Conservation Volunteers in Australia and New Zealand

Volunteer in an extraordinary range of locations across Australia and New Zealand and work on a range of conservation projects to protect, preserve and restore their natural environments. 

We have 10 locations across Australia and 3 in New Zealand often in places where tourists don't normally get to visit. Volunteers can choose a starting location and will normally travel to a new project every week. Working in teams of up to ten you will get a chance to get involved with:

  • Tree planting
  • Seed Collection
  • Walking Trail Construction
  • Heritage Restoration

As a volunteer you will receive the opportunity to learn about the conservation issues faced by Australia and New Zealand as well as learning practical conservation skills. This is also a chance to make a volunteer contribution and earn references. 

This is a great opportunity for those who love the outdoors and who have an interest in the environment to take part as a practical volunteer. 

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What to Expect?

Applicants should be aged 18 or over and be reasonabl fit so they can be prepared to take part to the best of their ability. All prospective volunteers should declare and medical conditions, allergies, existing injuries that may affect participation. This will be handled by staff in a sensitive and confidential manner. 

The projects involved are usually labour-intensive and take place in both urban and rural areas, in all weather conditions. Full training will be provided regarding the tools being used and any essential safety equipment. There will also always be a Team Leader with first aid training on the project with you.

 

  • Program ID: # 2535
  • duration:
    2 Weeks to 1 Month
    1 to 3 Months
  • location:
    Range of Locations, see website for full list
    Australia
    AU
  • Fitness level:
    Moderately Fit
  • Closest Airport:
    Various locations available
  • Costs From:
    $500 to $1000
    $1000 to $1500
    $1500 to $3000
  • Program Type:
    Environmental & Wildlife Programs
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