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  • CITY 2 SURF - WATER STATIONS AND PRE EVENT BIB COLLECTION

    Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation

    Volunteer with us AND raise vital funds for Sydney Children's Hospitals Network. This year we have the opportunity to raise funds whilst we volunteer! We have the opportunity to receive a donation from the event for every volunteer that attends at one of our designated water stations or Pre event assistance! Double your impact volunteer and raise money!! We will supply a SCHF tshirt for you to wear during your shift and a snack and water to keep you energised!

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  • Repair Café Coordinator | Helping our Community and Our Planet

    Repair Cafe Redcliffe Peninsula Inc

    An exciting opportunity to help community. Repair Café Coordinator Role for 15 hours a month, coordinating online appointments and arrangements for monthly workshops, and, assist monthly workshops. We are a volunteer organisation, passionate about repairing and maintaining household items, giving treasured possessions another life, helping to reduce living costs, reducing landfill, and helping our environment. We are a Centrelink approved volunteer work organisation.

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  • Help to plant trees in Rockingham!

    Conservation Volunteers Australia

    Fancy yourself a bit of a green thumb, or enjoy planting trees? Come along and help us to plant native species in Reserves and Parks within Rockingham! We will be planting native vegetation to create Urban Shade Forests, to help cool our cities, create habitat for native animals and connect the local community. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn all about our environment, while spending the day with like-minded people, working together to create Urban Shade Forests!

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  • 'Climate Action Now' Sign Distributors

    Queensland Conservation Council

    Climate Action Now signs and stickers send a clear message to our decision makers and political candidates that their community wants climate action and they want it now. The volunteer Sign Distributors will be essential in supporting as many signs to be put up across Queensland for maximum impact. If you want to help create a safer climate and protect nature, and want to engage with community members on this topic, we want to hear from you. Read the full description to find out more and apply!

  • Garden Volunteers, Saumarez Homestead, Armidale - #200416

    National Trust of Australia (NSW)

    Do you enjoy hands-on work in interesting places? Are you looking to share your skills, or develop new skills, in gardening or maintenance? The National Trust (NSW) is currently recruiting volunteers to work as valuable members of the Trust’s Green Team at our prestigious Armidale property!

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  • Garden Volunteers, Grossmann House, Maitland - #200414

    National Trust of Australia (NSW)

    Do you enjoy hands-on work in interesting places? Are you looking to share your skills, or develop new skills, in gardening or maintenance? The National Trust (NSW) is currently recruiting volunteers to work as valuable members of the Trust’s Green Team at our prestigious Maitland property!

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  • Clean-up for World Ocean Day

    Conservation Volunteers Australia

    Would you like to help the environment, take action against marine litter and have fun while working outside? Conservation Volunteers is running a beach clean-up for World Ocean Day in collaboration with Sea Shepherd. Join us and be part of the solution!

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  • Adopt a Spot Marine Debris Removal

    Adopt a Spot Scheme

    Are you concerned about the amount of rubbish on our coastline? Adopt a Spot are recruiting volunteers to nominate an area of coastline to manage the removal of marine debris. Tasks will include daily cleans, collation of data (taking pictures of marine debris & reporting back on data via email or social media), disposal of materials in accordance with Local Council rubbish/recycling guidelines and provide community education in sustainable practices.

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  • Parks & Wildlife Environmental Volunteers - Friends of Glass House Mountains

    Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service & Partnerships

    Join the 'Friends of Parks - Glass House Mountains' volunteer group and help the local Rangers with a variety of activities that will benefit many and much-loved sections of the Glass House Mountains National Park. Tasks may include: manual weed removal, revegetation, rubbish collection, minor track maintenance, recording of wildlife sightings, and more.

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  • Parks & Wildlife Environmental Volunteers - Friends of Ferny Forest

    Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service & Partnerships

    Join the 'Friends of Ferny Forest' volunteer group and help the local Rangers with a variety of activities that will benefit the much-loved mountain bike track and ecosystem in Mooloolah River Conservation Park, at Ewen Maddock Dam. Tasks may include: manual weed removal, maintenance and repairs of the mountain bike track, revegetation/tree planting, rubbish collection, recording of wildlife sightings, and more.

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  • Parks & Wildlife Environmental Volunteers - Friends of Mapleton Falls

    Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service & Partnerships

    Join the 'Friends of Parks' volunteers at Mapleton Falls National Park and help the local Rangers with a variety of activities that will benefit a much-loved rainforest ecosystem on the Blackall Range. Tasks may include: manual weed removal, maintenance and repairs to tracks and other infrastructure, revegetation/tree planting, rubbish collection, recording of wildlife sightings, and more.

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  • Parks & Wildlife Environmental Volunteers - Friends of Kondalilla Falls

    Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service & Partnerships

    Join the 'Friends of Parks' volunteers at Kondalilla Falls National Park and help the local Rangers with a variety of activities that will benefit a much-loved rainforest ecosystem on the Blackall Range. Tasks may include: manual weed removal, maintenance and repairs of the walking track and other infrastructure, revegetation/tree planting, rubbish collection, recording of wildlife sightings, and more.

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  • Parks & Wildlife Environmental Volunteers - Friends of Currimundi Lake

    Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service & Partnerships

    Join the 'Friends of Currimundi Lake' volunteer group and help the local Rangers control invasive weeds in this small remnant of wallum heath on the Sunshine Coast. Tasks typically include manual weed removal and with the occasional opportunity to assist with revegetation, rubbish collection and minor maintenance of the Heath circuit walking track.

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  • Boxthorn Busters + Biochar Workshop!

    Conservation Volunteers Australia

    Join us for a Sunday morning out at Prince of Wales Bay, where we'll be working to remove a significant weed (Boxthorn), and making biochar! All participants over the age of 16 welcome. Please feel free to join our event while it's in progress or leave early if you prefer. All training and a morning tea provided.

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  • Community Nursery Volunteer

    City of Greater Geraldton

    Community Nursery Assistants support the propagation of local provenance native plants for re-vegetation of the local environment within the City of Greater Geraldton. Many and varied tasks are available, depending on the time of season. Duties include seed collecting, seed sorting, decontaminating benches / pots, pricking plants and propagation. Apply today if this sounds like you!

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