Calling all gardening fans. Can you spare some time during the week to guide our students to do some gardening? In this role, the Mentor will have the opportunity to do some creative gardening with student/s – either one on one or in a small group
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The Friends of the Spectacles (FotS) is a volunteer group caring for the Spectacles wetlands located in the town of Kwinana.
Working within a gardening team visiting the frail, aged and people with a disability at their homes, gardening to make their gardens tidy safe.
General gardening maintenance duties; pruning, raking, mowing lawns, trimming hedges etc. Working within a small team at clients homes to help maintain a safe and tidy property for clients in need.
We are looking for a gardener who can help us with, digging, forking, raking, weeding, mulching, spade edging and planting. So if you like to keep busy and love to be outdoors this volunteer position is for you!
We are looking for Green Thumbs who can help us maintain the gardens at Old Blythewood House with weeding, pruning, propagating and general garden maintenance.
This is a rewarding opportunity for a volunteer willing to support and be a part of the serviceperson community by looking after the small building and surrounds of the Sub-Branch's Hall at 129 Main Street, Osborne Park, and providing access to members, visitors, hirers and tradespeople as required. This position allows job seekers 55 years and over to qualify for the Newstart allowance through voluntary work. It is also open to all other volunteers.
The Peace Garden is an outdoor classroom. We are looking for 1-2 people interested in primarily maintaining the area. There is a small amount of work to be completed but we would love someone interested in finishing the job and then being available to keep plants healthy and weed free.
Nature Conservation provides a range of rewarding volunteering activities to allow community members and visitors to the region to give something back to the environment. Volunteers will be called upon on an irregular basis according to seasonal demand.
The great outdoors provides heaps of volunteer opportunities, so why not assist our clients by getting their gardens into shape whilst enjoying all the benefits of being part of a wonderful team.
Want to help preserve the bushland area in the City of Nedlands? Become a bushcare assistant volunteer and work in the beautiful bushlands of Nedlands.
Bullsbrook Recycling Centre is helping to reduce the amount of bulk waste material going into landfill. Several roles are available to lend a helping hand at our quirky Recycling Centre! From customer service to cleaning the garden, the possibilities are endless..
To assist in the upkeep of gardens within capabilities. The Centre has vast gardens which need taming and maintaining. This role involves weed removal and general grounds keeping.
Working with a group of 6 to 8 volunteers to maintain the 11 km of walk-trails in the park. This includes annual pruning of overgrowth, oiling/staining some wooden bridges, etc. Repairing steps, signs, etc, and occasionally removing rubbish. General duties as required.
Environmental support for weeding, planting, rubbish clean up, possum monitoring service
Like working with Horses and helping people? An energetic person is required to groom, saddle and lead horses during riding lessons for adults and children with disabilities.
Our vision is to create an open, sustainable, community-managed and loved Museum that is enjoyed by people of all ages.The Greenough Museum welcomes volunteers who are enthusiastic and committed to assisting the museum to preserve, document and interpret its collections. The museum recognises the value of Volunteer work in both its day to day running and for future planning. The museum actively supports its volunteers and provides opportunities for further skills development.
Wanted gardening savvy individual who can contribute to design and planning of garden works. We are looking for a creative gardener who can develop ideas for a low-cost garden art projects. Enjoy interaction with families and children who use the garden space on a casual basis. Must be able to share gardening ideas and skills to clients.
No prior bowling experience is required for this position as you will receive training, orientation and instruction from others. Your role would be to supervise and assist people of all ages with a disability or seniors to play bowls on the bowling green and assist them to play various indoor games in the club house as required.
Native ARC has quite a large site with multiple native gardens, acquaponics and garden beds requiring daily maintenance.
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