Become a conservation volunteer in locations across Australia and New Zealand. Volunteers will have the opportunity to carry out tree planting, trail construction, wildlife surveying, invasive species control and a range of other environmental volunteer projects. Volunteer as part of a team and meet new people from across Australia and the world.
You can volunteer in Australia or New Zealand for between 1 week and 12 weeks in duration, and we have places available throughout the year.
Individuals, groups and students are all welcome.
Cost for accommodation, food, equipment, in-country travel and training starts from £380
Volunteer on a range of conservation projects and help to protect, preserve and restore Australian and New Zealand environments.
Volunteers can choose to start from a range of different locations (16 locations around Australia and 3 in New Zealand) and normally travel to a different project location every week.
Volunteers work in teams of up to 10 on projects in urban, regional and remote locations. Team Leaders provide training on-site. Typical Activities include:
• Tree planting
• Walking trail construction
• Wildlife surveys
• Seed collection
• Weed control
• Conservation fencing
• Heritage restoration