Hotham Valley are in need of Volunteers for Positions like Train Guard, Train Fireman or Train Engine Driver. Mechanical skills are an advantage but not compulsory. Training and examination are provided for the position. Volunteers must be able to work as part of a team to ensure the safe operation of the trains. So don't dilly dally they're looking for someone savvy. You'll be happy to volunteer at Hotham Valley!
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Work on the Etmylin Diner Restaurant train at Dwellingup. Assist in food preparation and perform general kitchen duties. Assist in food and drink service, mainly Saturday and some Friday nights
Either at the Dwellingup Station or on board a Train Service. You will be required to provide Customer service and assistance to the train customers by selling tickets, refreshments and souvenir sales.
The MSWA Albany Ride is back for its 2nd year and will be hitting the street on Saturday, 23rd February. The ride commences at 8.30am from the Emu Point carpark. Participants will follow up to the 80 kilometres of course and take in the beautiful sights of Albany. All the while raising awareness and vital funds for people living with MS and all neurological conditions in the Great Southern. We are seeking the help of volunteers to assist as road marshals along the 80km of course.
We utilize our wonderful volunteers during show seasons, where they greet audience members, ensure smooth entry and exit from our theatres and make sure the foyer and theatre are set for audience members to enjoy our puppets!
Are you a people’s person? Interested in meeting new people? If you are, then we would love to hear from you.
The Miller Bakehouse Museum located in Palmyra are seeking volunteers to assist with the opening of the Museum on a rostered basis from march to November 2019.
The Northam Railway Museum has a unique collection of the Avon Valley's railway, army and migrant memorabilia and our our group is passionate about sharing it with locals and visitors alike. This position would suit people who enjoy chatting with others and are looking for something with flexible hours.
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!
We are looking for a friendly and approachable person, with an interest in art, to assist manning a community art gallery in a gorgeous heritage house with beautiful gardens and become part of our creative community. The role includes welcoming visitors during public opening days (Thursdays to Sundays) and taking art sales.
Volunteers are needed to help with the following tasks: welcome visitors, record visitor information, learn and share history and stories, assist in opening or closing the exhibition, maintain displays in the exhibition, and stock small gift shop.
Unique live in position available for person with housekeeping, hospitality and gardening skills. Voluntary capacity and remunerated by accommodation & food with time off being enjoyed by fishing, crabbing and taking in our Peninsula wildlife.
Youth action group for ages 10 - 25 years. Millennium Kids is a non government organisation run by young people for young people. The organisation was established in 1996 in response to kids demand to have a say about their environment and their world. Millennium Kids is about advocacy and action. We encourage young people to have a voice regarding issues that concern them, and shape their opinions into positive, practical action projects that include all interested stakeholders.
Help protect Thomsons Lake, a wetland of international importance, and surrounding bushland by assisting the City of Cockburn with removing invasive weeds. Foreign weeds are an ongoing threat to these habitats, and this work helps to keep them in their natural state, ultimately providing a home for animals such as bandicoots, possums, frogs, turtles and a number of bird species.
If you would love to "tell the Guildford story", then come along and become become one of our team!
Care For Hedland runs an annual Flatback turtle monitoring volunteer program, where people from all over Australia and the world help out with data collection and conservation awareness. Volunteers are accepted from 24th Oct-24th Dec 2018 and 2nd Jan-25th Jan 2019.
We are seeking enthusiastic and self-motivated people who are keen to gain hands-on experience in visual arts education working alongside artists, students and our education staff at one of Cottesloe’s most exciting events. Our Education Program is a vital component to Sculpture by the Sea attracting over 2,400 primary and secondary students each year.
If you love meeting and chatting to people, or have experience with sales or customer experience, you could join the volunteer team and become one of our friendly faces of the exhibition enabling us to provide great experiences and support to our visitors.
Love people as much as you love wildlife? Apply to be a volunteer Perth Zoo Docent! The Perth Zoo Docent Association (the ‘Association’) is looking for friendly, outgoing people 18 years and over, who are good communicators, physically fit and can commit at least two days a month from 9am until 3pm.
Meet and Greet Volunteers provide patients with directions on how to find services within the hospital and escort the patients to the area they need to go if necessary. Volunteers must have a friendly disposition, good communication skills, desire to help others and be fit and active enough to be able to push patients in a wheelchair.
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