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    Malabar Headland - Where conservation meets history!

    Malabar Headland is a spectacular coastal setting with views of dramatic sandstone cliffs, and beautiful coastal bushland. The headland is an area of national significance for its natural, cultural and heritage values. Renowned for viewing seabirds, whale watching and marine life the Headland is one of the few coastal areas in Sydney to retain its natural vegetation. This year we will be working very closely alongside the old historical wartime trainline that runs through the site.

    Id:113637
    Environment & Conservation
    Ongoing commitment
    Malabar NSW
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    A Conservation Adventure in Sydney's Turpentine-Ironbark Forest!

    Boral and Conservation Volunteers are teaming up with Glenorie Public School to restore the Sydney Turpentine Ironbark forest near the school grounds. Get ready to pull up those sleeves, get the elbow grease ready and help us remove invasive weeds, restore the frog pond and help further the biodiversity in the area!

    Id:116268
    Environment & Conservation
    A few hours
    Glenorie NSW
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    Community Garden Volunteer

    All sorts of activities involved with the maintenance and upkeep of a busy community garden.

    Id:3568
    Environment & Conservation
    Ongoing commitment
    Busselton WA
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    Volunteer Morning Tea at Dicky Beach!

    Join us on Sunday 20th May at Dicky Beach for a free morning tea to celebrate volunteers everywhere. The morning will kick off at 8:30am (please meet at our office at 7am if you require transport) and will include a friendly marine debris collection competition and talks about wildlife and conservation from other local groups before finishing at 12:30.

    Id:116237
    Environment & Conservation
    A few hours
    Dicky Beach QLD
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    Centennial Parklands Visitor Survey Volunteers - Centennial Parklands - # 9524

    Do you like walking and also chatting to people and like being outdoors?

    Id:110244
    Environment & Conservation
    Ongoing commitment
    Centennial Park NSW
  6. Data-Entry Trainer at Environmental Charity

    Excellent Access/SQL, Word, Excel skills and Internet searching skill required.

    Id:111822
    Environment & Conservation
    Ongoing commitment
    Summer Hill NSW
  7. Furniture pick up/ Minor maintenance

    You will be helping formerly homeless people and people at risk of homelessness furnish their new accommodation and help make it a home. To do this, you will be picking up up donated furniture from generous members of the public, and delivering to Southside community care to be distributed to residents living in houses managed by the organisation. You may also assist by making minor repairs to the donated furniture making it fit for use by the families we support.

    Id:114418
    Homeless
    Ongoing commitment
    Mount Gravatt QLD
  8. Volunteer Gardener and Gardening Program

    The Volunteer Gardener supports Common Ground with development and maintenance of garden areas that provides an opportunity to engage clients interested in gardening. Common Ground is an innovative housing first project that aims to support people who have been long term homeless to improve their quality of life.

    Id:102224
    Homeless
    Ongoing commitment
    Camperdown NSW
  9. Horticulture Volunteer Program - Gardening Guru's

    Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Horticultural Department manages all botanical displays throughout The Sanctuary as well as four established Eucalypt plantations to grow food to feed our collection of koalas and other herbivorous mammals each day. Volunteers are required to assist with the process of improving and maintaining our botanical displays at The Sanctuary. As at 23/4/ 2018 THURSDAY is the only day available.

    Id:75955
    Environment & Conservation
    Ongoing commitment
    Currumbin QLD
  10. Flood Recovery Planting - Mersey River Restoration Project

    Almost 2 years on, the July 2016 floods are still having an impact on properties and river systems in many areas of Tasmania. This project will see us plant 12500 native plants on properties along the Mersey River in the states north to help stabilise banks and create habitat corridors.

    Id:116192
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Launceston TAS