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    Peer Educator

    Are you interested in helping others who are living in retirement villages or residential parks, or who are thinking of moving in, to understand the legislation and their rights and responsibilities? This volunteer role will deliver facilitated education and discussion sessions for older Queenslanders in Townsville and surrounds to give them the information and tools they need to make decisions about living in a retirement village or manufactured home park, understand and seek advice on contrac

    Id:117427
    Education & Training
    Event duration
    Townsville QLD
  2. Maintenance/Gardening

    Maintain the grounds and gardens ensuring they are attractive, tidy and safe and in line with our philosophy of creating a Healing Garden where people can experience connection with the natural world and its multi-sensory elements. Will need to be physically fit to be able to perform a variety of physically demanding tasks. 4 hour shifts to be discussed with Volunteer Coordinator.

    Id:107199
    Disability Services
    Ongoing commitment
    Arundel QLD
  3. Groundsman / Janitor

    Experienced person required to assist with various janitorial and garden maintenance requirements with the buildings and grounds of the school. Comfortable working around children with special needs. Current Blue Card or eligibility to apply required. Please allow up to 10 days for the school to contact you after referral.

    Id:30830
    Education & Training
    Ongoing commitment
    Southport QLD
  4. Teacher's Aide

    To assist teachers in the day to day activities/duties involved in the schooling of special needs children. A mandatory training component once a term on the second Tuesday of each term will be required. Monday - Friday, hours are flexible and can be discussed with the coordinator. Please allow up to 10 days for the school to contact you after referral.

    Id:30836
    Education & Training
    Ongoing commitment
    Southport QLD
  5. Festival Volunteer

    Help make History come to Life by becoming a History Alive Volunteer today!

    Id:117388
    Other
    Event duration
    Lytton QLD
  6. Revive our Wetlands-Rothwell

    Come and help us rehabilitate Nathan Road Wetlands! Our team will be removing invasive weed species followed by a community planting day to help restore this area of ecological importance. No experience is necessary, we will teach you everything you need to know. Days of project work: 29/5/18 and- June 2018 to January 2019

    Id:111618
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Rothwell QLD
  7. Rothwell Wetland Planting

    Join the team in Rothwell as we restore a wetland by planting and trees and reeds! The wetland adjoins the Moreton Bay Ramsar-listed wetlands of international significance and once restored will be an invaluable refuge area for native wildlife.

    Id:117292
    Environment & Conservation
    Event duration
    Rothwell QLD
  8. Conservation Volunteer-Caloundra

    Conservation Volunteers Australia welcomes everyone who shares our love of the outdoors and our commitment to conserving the environment. We would like you to come and join us at Caloundra (Shelly, Moffat and Dickey Beach) as we collect and analyse marine debris to protect our beautiful beaches and marine life, while identifying source polluters.

    Id:112291
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Caloundra QLD, Morningside QLD
  9. Eastern Curlew Habitat Restoration-Curlew Island

    The endangered Eastern Curlew is the largest migratory wader that visits Australia. These amazing birds migrate all the way to the Arctic Circle in order to breed and can be seen in Japan, Korea and Borneo as they journey to these breeding grounds.

    Id:114498
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Deception Bay QLD
  10. Gold Reserve Habitat Enhancement for Squirrel Gliders

    Squirrel Gliders are a wrist-winged gliding marsupial threatened by habitat loss, fire and predated by dogs and cats. These unique species inhabit wet eucalypt forests in Queensland and need old growth forests and tree hollows to survive.

    Id:116047
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Bracken Ridge QLD