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  1. Wild Weeding Weekend - Cattai National Park

    Join us for a fun weekend of camping and bush conservation in the Aussie wilderness! Bush regeneration activities will focus on removing and treating some of the more problematic weeds across Mitchell Park, Scheyville and Cattai National Park. Volunteers will receive all of their meals and be spoilt with a camp site, team leader and free guided tour of each park.

    Id:113090
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Yarramundi NSW
  2. Bastille Day French Festival

    A celebration of French culture, the Bastille Day French Festival has something for everyone including French products, food and drinks, conferences, films, art exhibition, live performances, masterclasses, a kid's area and great raffle prizes to be won. Now in its fourth year, this popular festival brings together all the major French-Australian associations in Victoria and attracts the Francophone and Francophile population of Melbourne.

    Id:117401
    Arts & Culture
    A few days
    North Melbourne VIC
  3. Revive our Wetlands-Rothwell

    Come and help us rehabilitate Nathan Road Wetlands! Our team will be removing invasive weed species followed by a community planting day to help restore this area of ecological importance. No experience is necessary, we will teach you everything you need to know. Days of project work: 29/5/18 and- June 2018 to January 2019

    Id:111618
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Rothwell QLD
  4. Conservation Volunteer-Caloundra

    Conservation Volunteers Australia welcomes everyone who shares our love of the outdoors and our commitment to conserving the environment. We would like you to come and join us at Caloundra (Shelly, Moffat and Dickey Beach) as we collect and analyse marine debris to protect our beautiful beaches and marine life, while identifying source polluters.

    Id:112291
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Caloundra QLD, Morningside QLD
  5. Eastern Curlew Habitat Restoration-Curlew Island

    The endangered Eastern Curlew is the largest migratory wader that visits Australia. These amazing birds migrate all the way to the Arctic Circle in order to breed and can be seen in Japan, Korea and Borneo as they journey to these breeding grounds.

    Id:114498
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Deception Bay QLD
  6. Gold Reserve Habitat Enhancement for Squirrel Gliders

    Squirrel Gliders are a wrist-winged gliding marsupial threatened by habitat loss, fire and predated by dogs and cats. These unique species inhabit wet eucalypt forests in Queensland and need old growth forests and tree hollows to survive.

    Id:116047
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Bracken Ridge QLD
  7. Weed Removal-Rivermount College

    Come and join the team at Rivermount College as we help students maintain their native vegetation planting! Adjacent to the beautiful Albert River - home to platypus, koalas and other endemic wildlife, this location is an ideal place to learn about conservation and habitat restoration.

    Id:116614
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Yatala QLD
  8. Springbrook Echo Valley Homestay

    Come along and help the environment. Removal of fire weed from a property located along the edges of the Springbrook National Park, the Echo Valley Farm stay This lovely little settlement surrounded by lush rainforest and amazing scenery is in danger from this pest weed.

    Id:116618
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Springbrook QLD
  9. Conservation Volunteer

    Conservation Volunteers Australia welcomes everyone who shares our love of the outdoors and our commitment to conserving the environment. If you would like to be one of the team, express your interest . You will be notified of projects and contacted on a needs be basis, you will then have the opportunity to attend.

    Id:73431
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Morningside QLD
  10. Help give plants a Drink! - Lower Cotter

    The Lower Cotter Catchment has been planted out with seedlings in the past to control erosion, provide habitat for birds and animals, and improve air quality. There are 2 000 of them in the area, and they need watering!

    Id:112844
    Environment & Conservation
    A few days
    Canberra Airport ACT