Found 180 Garden Maintenance volunteering opportunities in New South Wales NSW

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    Volunteer Gardener

    Join a friendly local gardening team to help create low maintenance gardens so that people who are older can stay in their own homes for longer. Enjoy fresh air and exercise whilst meeting new people and contributing to your community

    Id:53811
    Seniors
    Long Term
    Pymble, NSW
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    COMMUNITY GARDEN ASSISTANT

    Female Volunteers are needed to support a Women’s Community Garden. This Not For Profit Organisation provides support, group programs, projects, drop in counselling and telephone support to a wide range of women throughout the Liverpool LGA.

    Id:108387
    Community Service
    Long Term
    Ashcroft, NSW
  3. Greenhouses & Gardens

    We are looking for someone with a green thumb to assist with new gardens & greenhouses at a residential care home

    Id:102110
    Other
    Long Term
    The Ponds, NSW
  4. Garden - Grounds Assistant

    Volunteer Gardener/ grounds Assistant for large gardens. Includes weeding, mulching, planting, pruning and rubbish removal. *** This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast *** 02 4329 7122 Please ring us to make a phone or face to face interview so we can refer you for this

    Id:108324
    Community Service
    Long Term
    Lake Haven, NSW
  5. Native Bush Regeneration Enthusiasts

    Love Bush walking? Enjoying the natural beauty of your surroundings... Here is your chance to make a difference and help Rehabilitate an area of our beautiful valley!

    Id:104226
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Townsend, NSW
  6. Conserving Campbelltowns Koalas 26-10-2017

    From Campbelltown to the Southern Highlands, Sydney’s south-west is home to nationally important populations of koalas virtually on the city’s doorstep. Yet despite the iconic status of the species, these populations are under serious threat from development and the effects of suburban sprawl. This program is a partnership involving CVA, local councils, NSW government, University experts and the community to help protect Sydney’s koalas and put them on the map!

    Id:106900
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Campbelltown, NSW
  7. Restoring Hooka Point and its Endangered Communities 06-11-2017

    Hooka Point is a regeneration site with small but precious remnants of coastal salt marsh at the mouth of Hooka Creek. Predominantly consisting of revegetation due to the historic use as grazing land, the area is a great example of what can be achieved in an urban environment. Our visits will target the removal of environmental weeds along the foreshore of Lake Illawarra, and facilitate the provision of habitat and connectivity to other remnant vegetation.

    Id:107109
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Berkeley, NSW
  8. Conserving Campbelltowns Koalas 09-11-2017

    From Campbelltown to the Southern Highlands, Sydney’s south-west is home to nationally important populations of koalas virtually on the city’s doorstep. Yet despite the iconic status of the species, these populations are under serious threat from development and the effects of suburban sprawl. This program is a partnership involving CVA, local councils, NSW government, University experts and the community to help protect Sydney’s koalas and put them on the map!

    Id:107111
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Campbelltown, NSW
  9. Berry Corridors Project -24-10-17

    This project we will be working within Seven Mile Beach National Park, the activities we will be taking part in occur across three sites, each with unique characteristics important to the flora and fauna of the region. Activities will include maintenance of previous plantings, planting new trees and shrubs and removal of invasive plants. For more information on when each activity is occurring please contact the Wollongong Office closer to the date.

    Id:107934
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Berry, NSW
  10. Coomonderry Swamp Rehabilitation Project-25-10-17

    Coomonderry Swamp is a wetland of national importance. It is home to a population of the endangered Green and Golden Bell Frogs and Australasian Bitterns, and is the largest semi permanent fresh-water wetland on the NSW coast. There are a number of migratory and resident birds who use this area’s vast resources. Volunteers will be focussing on weed control activities and fauna surveys to identify resident fauna and improve the health of this wetland system.

    Id:107967
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Gerroa, NSW