If you enjoy the outdoors, like working with horses or people with disabilities then come and join our friendly team. Horse skills not a must as training provided. 8am-12pm Friday & Saturday during Queensland school term only.
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We are seeking wonderful volunteers who can prepare horses for lessons, leading horses in lessons and horsemanship with horses. Not all positions require full hands on horse work, there are assistance roles, cleaning out yards, grounds maintenance, helping with lessons and many more other roles required.
The Ormeau school has the support of the Upper Ormeau landcare group and Boral. Join CVA as we assist this landcare group and school by carrying out weed control, tree planting and other conservation activities to help protect the natural values of this region which is home to threatened wildlife including koalas, greater gliders and quolls.
Come and join the team at Livingstone Christian College as we help students maintain their native vegetation planting! Adjacent to the Pimpama River, this region is home to koalas, squirrel gliders and other endemic wildlife and is an ideal place to learn about conservation and habitat restoration. Volunteers will be undertaking various habitat restoration activities in order to enhance the biodiversity and conservation values of this area.
We need Pet Therapy volunteers who will bring their friendly cats in to visit our residents. Just 1 hour can make all the difference to our pet loving residents. Any day, any time. Our purpose is to be one family where everyone belongs. Innovation, quality care via specialised healthcare teams, and access to helpful advice are fundamental to our purpose and provide an inclusive and caring experience.
Like you and I, the Eastern Water Dragon enjoys a swim and a lazy day in the sun, but at Emu Green Reserve, habitat for the ancient lizard is under threat. Help us restore the Aussie bush and provide more habitat for Eastern Water Dragons in Penrith. Free BBQ lunch included!
Wetlands play a critical role in flood mitigation, water and carbon storage, and supporting an abundance of unique local plant and animal species. Conservation Volunteers are building a sustainable strategy for the management of this area and invite volunteers to be a part of this management with activities including weed removal, watering, tree trimming, track maintenance, tree planting, wildlife monitoring and surveys. Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information.
This project aims to help reduce and control numbers of cane toads in local areas of Darwin. 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.Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information or to book in to an upcoming session.
Wetlands help keep our neighborhood healthy! Cranebrook Wetlands are not only home to native wildlife, including long neck turtles, frogs and native fish, but also help filter the water for our rivers, which eventually ends up back in our homes. Help rescue a local wetland by removing invasive weeds choking out native species!
CVA Warrnambool are now running daily environmental conservation projects in the SW region. If you have an interest in the great outdoors, want to gain some practical field skills, meet like-minded people and make a long term difference to your local environment then we would love to hear from you!
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