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In 2015, Conservation Volunteers Australia helped over 7,000 volunteers plant 210,000 trees, perform 2,860 environmental surveys, and clean up 156 tonnes of rubbish.

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Bid on Sydney Airport’s Lost Property Auction and support Conservation Volunteers

Sydney Airport sees over 40 million passengers travel through its gates every year, and they leave behind some truly weird and wonderful things! These unclaimed gems will be auctioned off in the Sydney Airport Lost Property Auction, raising funds for Conservation Volunteers Australia along with three other charities. Lost Property Auction Details The online auction […]
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Aon Charitable Foundation empowers local communities

Aon Charitable Foundation’s Empowering Communities Day 2016 was held this year on June 15th.  A day when Aon employees across Australia engage in charitable activities.  As part of this initiative Aon employees volunteered across a number of states to support Conservation Volunteers Australia threatened species program Wild Futures.                                           Conservation Volunteers Australia led Aon employees in a range of Wild Futures activities […]
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How Melbourne Airport is helping save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot

Melbourne Airport  partners with Conservation Volunteers Australia to support the Eastern Barred Bandicoot program through their Healthy Habitats program. Melbourne Airport has partnered with Conservation Volunteers Australia since 2013 and is continuing its support of the program for a further two years.      This critical wildlife conservation project is part of our Wild Futures, national wildlife conservation program. The […]
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Tasmanian Flood Recovery Program

The Tasmanian floods of June 2016 caused considerable damage across large areas; lives were lost, homes destroyed, agriculture was impacted through damage to fences and machinery, the loss of top soil, stock and crops, and across the state many roads, bridges and rail lines were damaged or completely destroyed. In many places, huge loads of river […]
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Celebrate Biodiversity Month with Conservation Volunteers Australia.

Calling all organisations to take part  in National Threatened Species Day and Biodiversity month this September Australia wide, we are calling on you and your organisation to GO WILD for Wild Futures by supporting Conservation Volunteers Australia’s national threatened species program, Wild Futures. The Wild Futures program contributes to wildlife conservation in a simple yet […]
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Be a Gallipoli Volunteer

Applications close on the 30th of Sept for the Gallipoli Volunteer program Being a volunteer will put you in the centre of activity of the staging of the Gallipoli commemoration services.  It is an absolute unique way to visit, honour the soldiers, and to serve.  Volunteers from previous Gallipoli Volunteer teams have consistently commented at […]
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