(Unpaid) Ref: 631 Gardening, supervised by a maintenance team member.
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A Gardener and Grounds Maintenance Volunteer is required by one of Queensland's leading Youth Orchestras to maintain their premises lawns and gardens. Applicants with previous experience or a genuine interest in gardening, working outdoors would be highly regarded for this particular role.
BeachCare's coastal community activities, involve planting natives , removing invasive species and collecting and auditing beach litter on Saturdays at various locations. Dates and times, as arranged by the Volunteer Coordinator. (D)
Help out at the Ocean View Plant Place at Rowes Bay once a week. Overlooking beautiful Rowes Bay and Magnetic Island, the re-vegetation nursery concentrates on producing local Provence species for planting in areas around Townsville. Ongoing open days organised pending accessibility and attendance.
A fantastic way to see out of the way beaten track areas around Townsville. Creekwatch aims to involve the local community with their local environment. Creekwatch activities include macro-invertebrate, fish and fauna surveys and water quality testing. Come along and key out the bugs and fish and join the team to help in the great outdoors. Recruitment for this position is ongoing and recruitment days are often organised for Tuesday afternoons pending numbers and availability.
Help maintain the grounds of this historic site. 2nd and 4th Thursday. Can pick up from opposite Rowes Bay Caravan Park Thursday mornings.
Enjoy to great outdoors and get to meet new people whilst helping out in the environment. Activities include weeding, rubbish removal at various locations: Magnetic Island Bowen Cape Upstart Crystal Creek
A Volunteer who is able to offer light gardening duties and a warm and friendly approach to working in a Women's Refuge and around children is required. Weeding, replanting, watering, spreading mulch. This would suit a retired garden lover that would have a couple of hours per week to spare to get our gardens looking family and child friendly. Women are encouraged to apply. ( No mowing/whipper snipping involved) An enjoyment of gardening and being outdoors
INCH Housing inc. is a Charity not for profit association. INCH Housing Inc is seeking volunteers to become a member of INCH's Tenancy Reference Group (TRG). The TRG has 4 working groups to achieve our 2019 goals.
REF: #413 Volunteer (unpaid) for not-for-profit organisation To assist with crop care at a local Agriculture Farm. Must Have Blue card
Help grow and maintain the butterfly-attracting plants to be sold at the Butterfly House and the plants needed continuously for egg-laying, caterpillar food and nectar in the Butterfly House and Breeding Laboratory. Potting, propagation, weeding and watering the established nursery areas. In Butterfly House, pruning to encourage blooming for nectar and maintaining attractive gardens, paths and other features. Maintain tidy facility. Training is provided. Enthusiasm welcome.
Learn about the amazing Butterfly Life Cycle. ‘Learn as you work’ caring for the hungry caterpillars. Assist in the collection of butterfly eggs. Help hang chrysalises for the new butterflies to emerge safely. Clean and sterilise equipment to prevent disease outbreaks. Release new-born butterflies into the Butterfly House. No experience necessary. All training is provided. Shifts required are two x 3.5hrs per week. A reasonable degree of fitness is needed to be on your feet. Interesting work!
We are looking for a volunteer who can perform minor maintenance, painting and window cleaning at our museum. The position would be more enjoyable if you are interested in local family history, however this is not essential. Times required: 8.30am - 1.30pm Tuesday & 8.30am - 1.30pm Wednesday. We are looking for Volunteers that would be willing to offer a 6 month commitment to become part of our team.
A volunteer gardener is required to join a dedicated team looking after the special natural forest and cottage gardens, at a local historical society display. Keen gardeners and also people who just enjoy working outdoors are probably best suited to this position. Hours and days may be negotiated with the Volunteer Coordinator. Tuesday / Wednesday. Hours can be negotiated. OPEN: 8.30AM - 1.30pm
Volunteer handy person for maintenance gardening duties lawn care
Person required to assist in school garden and grounds, and maintenance at any level. This can be a one off or regular thing. All levels of ability will be of assistance and any help will be appreciated.
This School has an active "Stephanie Alexander" garden, students learn to grow and cook natural vegetables. A volunteer who enjoys working in a garden environment, providing weeding, watering and general upkeep and assisting the teacher with some lessons (optional) would be invaluable to the school. Some horticulture experience would be a bonus. Days can be discussed with the coordinator : Time Approx. 9am - 3 pm.
Maintaining gardens, including mowing, whipper-snipping, pruning, mulching and re-planting gardens as required. The gardens contribute to the peaceful nature of the Museum grounds. Days and times are flexible.
The position is to assist in maintaining the organisations landscaped gardens - both floral and vegetable.
Althea Projects and the Wee Care Residential Program urgently requires a handyman to help keep their 7 bedroom block home in Railway Estate well maintained. You should be familiar with basic maintenance tasks. Do it yourself experience is suitable. Own tools would be helpful, if not this could be negotiated.
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