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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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Join the 2017 Gallipoli volunteer team

Applications are now open for the 2017 Gallipoli Volunteer Team. Each year 30 volunteers travel to Turkey for the experience of a lifetime as a Gallipoli Volunteer. Conservation Volunteers is the provider of the Gallipoli Volunteer program for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. The 2017 Gallipoli Volunteer Program enables you to experience Gallipoli and the […]
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Conservation Volunteers celebrates World Environment Day 2016 with a frenzy of tree planting across the country

Our Corporate Tree Planting Challenge in celebration of World Environment Day was a fantastic success! Held on Friday the 3rd June, over 30 teams participated across Australia and New Zealand. The competition was fierce, with teams competing to plant the greatest amount of native grasses, shrubs and trees as they could within a two hour time […]
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Celebrate World Environment Day with Conservation Volunteers

See how we’re celebrating World Environment Day around Australia, and get involved by coming out to one of our volunteer projects this weekend. New South Wales Join us on the Kurnell Peninsula, for a World Environment Day project sponsored by the Sydney Airport Corporation. The Kurnell peninsula supports a number of endangered species, including the Green […]
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Watch this video about our Rewilding the Desert initiative

Back in January, we launched our Rewilding the Desert initiative in collaboration with the FAUNA Research Alliance.  Now we’ve got a great new video that shows the work we’re doing in western Victoria’s Little Desert region, to reintroduce threatened species and restore the ecosystem. You can learn more about Rewilding the Desert, and rewilding in […]
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Explore our new Victorian Wetland Care teacher resource and study pack

We’re excited to announce the launch of our new Victorian Wetland Care program in collaboration with ExxonMobil. Wetlands are among the most important life support systems on Earth and are a critical part of our natural environment. Wetlands provide habitat for waterbirds, fish and hundreds of bird species, and create a food source for a […]
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Sign up your team for our Corporate Tree Planting Challenge

It’s time to gather up your posse and join in the fun for some healthy competition! Conservation Volunteers invites you to participate in our World Environment Day Tree Planting Challenge on Friday, 3 June 2016. Join our corporate team challenge and compete against other organisations to plant the most trees. We already have Veolia, Bupa, Woodside, Origin […]
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