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What We Do

Some of Conservation Volunteers Australia’s outstanding achievements in 2017 included planting almost 1,000,000 trees, carrying out 2,300 environmental surveys, and collecting over
1.4 tonnes of native seeds

Latest News

Conservation Volunteers Australia launch a new partnership with NSW Ports to revitalise Sir Joseph Banks Park

NSW Ports, in partnership with Bayside Council and Conservation Volunteers Australia, yesterday launched a three-year project to carry out environmental conservation works at Sir Joseph Banks Park in Botany, Sydney. Community Volunteers joined representatives from Conservation Volunteers Australia, NSW Ports and Bayside Council to celebrate the project which will bring the local community together to rehabilitate areas […]
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Pilbara Benefits from Woodside Coastal Guardians

Above photo: Woodside employees join Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation for a day of environmental activities on the Burrup. This month, close to 100 Woodside employees from Karratha & Dampier volunteered their time with Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) on the Woodside Coastal Guardians Program. Our two Conservation Officers Hannah & Tim headed ‘up north’ to take teams […]
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Join the Corporate Clean Up Day Challenge

Conservation Volunteers is calling on all corporates to celebrate National Recycling Week by taking part in our Corporate Clean Up Day Challenge on Friday 16 November 2018. The world is currently producing nearly 300 million tonnes of plastic each year – a significant amount of which will end up in the oceans, where it impacts nearly […]
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Far Eastern Curlew Conservation – Project Update

For the past year Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) has been leading an innovative project engaging communities along the east coast of Australia in conserving the critically endangered Far Eastern Curlew, the largest shorebird in the world. Titled Community Conservation of Far Eastern Curlew, the project includes habitat restoration, monitoring and education. The project is funded by […]
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Australian Aboriginal FlagConservation Volunteers respectfully acknowledges Traditional Owners and Indigenous Peoples, their rich and dynamic cultures and their continuing unique affinity and cultural obligations for land and sea. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.