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Volunteer in Australia and get involved in vital environmental conservation projects. Founded in 1982, these projects have the environment at the heart of their mission which is to protect, preserve and restore Australia’s unique, natural beauty. Volunteers will take part in varied activities which may include environmental monitoring; Heritage Restoration; tree planting; endangered species protection and disaster relief to name some. This project will be enjoyed by all who have a love for the outdoors, who are environmentally concerned and up for a challenge.
On this project, you will rotate every one to two weeks around different areas within your designated area of Australia. This results in you gaining a well-rounded experience, giving you the opportunity to work on a variety of conservation activities and projects. Volunteers work in groups of 6-10 and are assigned which projects they will be doing upon arrival. The reason for this being that the conservation work depends on seasonal conditions and conservation priorities at the time of the volunteer’s arrival. Contact us for more specific details of the volunteer projects in your specific area of interest within Australia.
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