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  1. Shorebird Community Education Event

    Conservation Volunteers will be hosting a Farewell Shorebirds Event in partnership with Moreton Bay Regional Council. This event will include presentations from members of the research community which will provide information on shorebird biology and ecology as well as talks by council/CVA to educate the community on responsible behaviours while recreating in shared habitat zones.

    Id:113284
    Other
    Event Volunteering
    Rothwell QLD
  2. Public Relations Assistant

    Do you have experience with public relations? Are you savvy and capable of being the bridge between the outside world and us? Will you know the right things to say to prove how incredible we are in Western Sydney? Are you keen to be part of a dynamic team? We want you! Be part of something bigger!

    Id:113096
    Community Service
    Event Volunteering
    Bankstown NSW
  3. Lawyer/Legal Advisor

    Do you have a legal background? Are you familiar with or have experience in music or media law? Are you keen to be part of a dynamic team? We want you! Be part of something bigger!

    Id:113088
    Community Service
    Event Volunteering
    Bankstown NSW
  4. Communications/Journalism Assistant

    Do you have a talent for writing? Do you run your own blog? Have you written articles before? Are you working for a radio/tv station? Are you keen to be part of a dynamic team? We want you! Be part of something bigger! Help us connect with HipHop lovers and showcase some amazing talent from Western Sydney.

    Id:113080
    Community Service
    Event Volunteering
    Bankstown NSW
  5. 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
  6. Broome Seagrass volunteer

    SEAGRASS MONITORING is back! The Broome Community Seagrass Monitoring Project is one of the longest running and most successful community science projects in the Kimberley. The project engages large amounts of volunteers as well as Indigenous rangers to monitor seagrass meadows within Roebuck Bay.

    Id:79664
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Broome WA