Our Historic Hall requires some dedicated care and attention. This role involve responsibility for general cleanliness of floor walls, windows, kitchen and facilities. The role may also see you involved in special events or functions, either in the planning or clean up phase as well as helping with other fundraising activities.
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Event volunteers are required for Glendi Festival, Riverway Precinct Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 October 2018 Townsville Greek Fest presents "The Glendi Festival", a cultural festival offering a taste of the Mediterranean. Enjoy a variety of cuisines, music, dance and fun for the whole family. The best part about it - its FREE ENTRY! Food and beverage vouchers supplied to 4hr shifts
Customer Service role, engaging with passengers prior to, during and following the train journey.
We are seeking volunteers to assist with and manage a range of events in the Lockyer Valley region including the likes of the Laidley Spring Festival, Laidley Heritage Weekend and Gatton Christmas Carnival. Tasks will include but not limited to planning, setup, pack-down and various duties at the event itself. If you would like to help make these great community events happen - please get in touch!
Are you interested in our early transport History? Would you like to learn more about it, whilst sharing that knowledge with others? The Queensland Transport Museum is open 7 days a week and caters for tour groups and individuals wanting to immerse themselves in our transport history. The displays change seasonally and range from display cases filled with a huge range of models to retired and working rigs. We are seeking volunteers for an interactive role as tour guide.
This volunteer role provides you with an opportunity to share your customer service, reception and hospitality skills at quaint cafe located in Laidley. Duties include: Food preparation, barista role, kitchen hand, providing information about the museum and the local area, answering telephone.
If you are interested in welcoming tourists to the beautiful Lockyer Valley region and want to help in promoting local sites and businesses then we want to here from you!
A Museum Guide/Assistant is required to help visitors experience the history of Townsville at Townsville Museum. Volunteers at the Museum assist in a number of different ways from the front- of-house reception who meet and greet Museum visitors and to behind-the-scenes work as well as guiding people throughout the Museum. Meet other volunteers who also have a respect for our history and enjoy the company of other like-minded people.
Providing visitor information (including at the front desk), one to one interpretation of the displays at REEF HQ Aquarium, assisting with and conducting talks/tours, surveys and craft activities. INTAKE IS JUST ONCE A YEAR IN FEBRUARY AND A YEAR LONG COMMITMENT IS REQUIRED.
A Volunteer with a friendly personality and great work attitude is required to become a valued team member of the Community Support Centre. General day to day office duties are required. Up to 15 hours of week may be available.
Great volunteer position working at the Mission to Seafarers. Days and hours negotiable. The role involves returning books, customer assistance and helping to organise the library. Other tasks as required.
Friendly people mover required driving visitors to various destinations, you need experience driving a large van, and a clean C Class licence and local area knowledge is essential.
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
Volunteer Sailing Skippers are required to skipper small boats to enable people with a disability to experience sailing.
An opportunity to volunteer with the Number 1 trusted Charity in Australia "Guide Dogs Queensland" We need people like you to come and share the activity of Community Engagement and Fundraising at Events, Shows and Shopping Centres across North Queensland.
Meet and greet visitors to the Botanic Gardens. Give advice on the walks available, their length and degree of difficulty. Provide information on the features of the Visitor Information Centre and conduct walks to describe its features. Work with a dedicated and inclusive team in a beautiful bushland environment. The gardens are a place of natural beauty, where people can enjoy peace and relaxation. Visitors can increase their knowledge and appreciation of plants, their significance and conserv
This position is with a very friendly team and includes planting, pruning, weeding, mulching, propagation (of native plants) and nursery work in a beautiful outdoor environment. Tools and training provided. A range of gardening / horticulture as well as landscaping / maintenance work is available in the friendly, relaxing environment of the Bushland Botanic Gardens.
You will be involved in Publicity and asked to help maintain our website, promote the gardens, maintain plant and other records and be a part of a dedicated team at the Visitor Education Centre. As a member of the Friends Group, this role requires using personal skills and interests as part of the voluntary effort supporting the Friends and the Arts & Ecology Centre. Opportunities include writing / publishing and assisting with Group records, photo-inventories and even becoming a Garden Guid
Join CVA as we partner with members of Lamington Landcare Group to remove weeds growing along the upper reaches of Christmas Creek and its tributaries and plant native species to re-generate this region. By carrying out this work we envisage an increase in the abundance and spread of native plants which will create more suitable habitat for animal species.
Come and join the team at Shelly, Moffat and Dicky Beach for marine debris collection to prevent harmful materials such as rope, nets and plastics from being washed into the ocean and consumed by/entangling our marine life. All debris that is collected from these activities will be recorded and the data will be provided to the Tangaroa Blue Foundation for analysis, a national database on marine debris which helps to identify source polluters.
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