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    Port Douglas Beach Clean-up

    4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites, which we clean and record data on every month.

    Id:111051
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Port Douglas QLD
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    Cape Kimberley Clean Up

    Our first quarterly clean-up for 2018 at Cape Kimberley on the northern side of the Daintree River in beautiful Far North QLD will be held on January 27th 2018.

    Id:111050
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Kimberley QLD
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    Port Douglas Beach Clean-up

    A beach clean-up event along 4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas, which is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites where debris is removed and data collected.

    Id:111049
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Port Douglas QLD
  4. 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
    Long Term
    Centennial Park NSW
  5. Currumbin Wildlife - Park Volunteer

    Currumbin Wildlife Park volunteers are stationed throughout the Sanctuary and are involved with greeting visitors of all nationalities, answering questions about animals and attractions, helping visitors to locate shows and facilities, and helping the visitors to get the maximum enjoyment out of their day. A trial shift must be attended and if accepted, Volunteers must comply with the requirements set out by the organisation. Whilst you may be within the vicinity of animals in the park.

    Id:30178
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Currumbin QLD
  6. Bird of the Top End - Bird Surveys in Darwin

    Want to experience Darwin’s unique birdlife? Volunteers will survey a vast array of birdlife at different sites around Darwin including Fogg Dam, McMinns Lagoon, Knuckey's Lagoon and Marlow's Lagoon. You will learn bird identification skills while observing the surrounding wildlife. With the continuing expansion of Darwin and it's suburbs, little is known about the effects of urbanisation on our birdlife. Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information

    Id:91220
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Darwin NT
  7. Twilight Toadbusting in Darwin

    By supporting the Frogwatch/Biowatch organisation, we aim to help reduce and control numbers of Cane Toads in the Top End. After an informative identification session we will head out to targeted breeding sites including Lee Point, East Point, Botanical Gardens and Golflinks to collect Cane Toads ready for humane disposal. Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information

    Id:91221
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Darwin NT
  8. Wildlife Habitat Restoration in Darwin

    Join us to help restore ecosystems in a range of different coastal or wetlands bush blocks in Ludmilla, Casuarina Coastal Reserve, Mitchell Creek and East Point. Restoration activities can include removing invasive weed species and planting trees to help encourage biodiversity to the site. Call our office to book (08) 8981 3206

    Id:98081
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Darwin NT
  9. Bushcare Volunteer Cooper Park

    Volunteers wanted to help restore Woollahra Councils Bushland in Cooper Park every Tuesday and the last Saturday of the month between 10am and 2pm. Tools and training provided.

    Id:67459
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Woollahra NSW
  10. Macquarie Park NSW IT support for someone still working with multiple sclerosis

    NSW IT support for someone still working with multiple sclerosis.

    Id:110450
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Macquarie Park NSW