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    Gardening Volunteer – Palmyra

    If you have 2 hours to spare every fortnight and love gardening, this may be the volunteer position for you. We are looking for someone who could maintain a small sized garden (unit) for a young man living with disability in Palmyra.

    Id:104132
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Palmyra, WA
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    Event Support Volunteers

    The Initiatives of Change Centre hold various events throughout the year and is seeking volunteers who can be called on for tasks such as; set-up and set-down, welcomers/ushers, kitchen hands, wash-up and clean up. Initiatives of Change is an organisation made almost entirely of volunteers who are committed to bringing about a better world through trust-building, peace-building, ethical leadership and sustainable living. There are six events until the end of the year that need assistance.

    Id:82218
    Community Service
    Event Volunteering
    Toorak, VIC
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    Gardener - Corporate Services Support Assistant

    To provide light gardening assistance in the designated garden areas out front of the COTA SA office. To maintain a high standard of appearance of the front garden areas and a welcoming and tidy exterior environment reflective of the COTA SA brand, as directed by the Business Manager.

    Id:105262
    Seniors
    Long Term
    Adelaide, SA
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    Experienced Campground Host volunteer

    The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT are looking for an experienced Campground Host volunteer for the remote Munbililla Campground (Tomato Island) in Limmen National Park on the Roper River. Munbililla is a popular campground accessible to independent campers and caravaners with the best Barramundi fishing in the NT.

    Id:105264
    Community Service
    Short Term
    Katherine, NT
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    Guest Services – Wayfinder Guide

    **Parrtjima - A Festival in Light** Would you like to volunteer at a unique Art festival in Alice Springs showcasing Indigenous art and culture? Would you like to learn about the wonderful indigenous artists in Central Australia? Why not become a Parrtjima Festival Volunteer? Wayfinder Guides greet visitors as they arrive at the event (depart off the buses), provide information about the event, and direct patron traffic

    Id:105446
    Arts & Culture
    Event Volunteering
    Alice Springs, NT
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    Outdoor Volunteers with practical skills needed around Bendigo!

    Like the Outdoors? Got good practical skills? We require outdoor volunteer all-rounders urgently around Bendigo!

    Id:37338
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Bendigo, VIC
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    Eco Corridor Project @ La Trobe University -Every Tuesday

    Be part of La Trobe Universities Moat Waterway program! Come and volunteer for a day to help this project achieve significant improvement to the biodiversity, habitat value and water quality of the La Trobe University Moat Waterway.

    Id:59450
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Bundoora, VIC
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    Volunteer at the La Trobe Wildlife Sanctuary- Every Wed & Fri

    Volunteer at La Trobe Wildlife Sanctuary and you will be helping to improve and enhance the quality of habitat in this thriving patch of land. Learn skills in native tree planting, identifying and controlling introduced weeds, exclusion fencing, walking track maintenance and much more.

    Id:24765
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Bundoora, VIC
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    Life Skills & Orientation Assistant - Women at Risk

    SSI's Women at Risk clients are women who have been identified as living, in Australia, without the protection of a male relative and have been in danger of victimisation harassment or serious abuse. Life Skills and Orientation Assistants support clients to access to local services, attend orientation sessions, building their social networks, and improve their understanding of Australian cultural practices.

    Id:104540
    Migrant Support
    Long Term
    Parramatta, NSW
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    Life Skills & Orientation Assistant - Women at Risk (Community Language)

    SSI's Women at Risk clients are women who have been identified as living, in Australia, without the protection of a male relative and have been in danger of victimisation harassment or serious abuse. Life Skills and Orientation Assistants (Community Language) support clients by offering language support, guiding access to local services, supporting attendance at orientation sessions, building their social networks, and improve their understanding of Australian cultural practices.

    Id:104542
    Migrant Support
    Long Term
    Parramatta, NSW