Over 400 keen volunteers make a difference along Western Australia’s coast line

Woodside employees at Trigg Beach

Since 2011, Woodside and Conservation Volunteers Australia have been working in partnership on the Coastal Guardians Program. Unique to Western Australia, the program provides essential assistance to community groups, land managers and government agencies in improving priority coastal areas that are under threat from urban development and degradation. Each year, the program engages hundreds of volunteers […]

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Conservation Volunteers Board Member Shortlisted for 2016 Bathurst Macquarie Heritage Medal

A view of the courthouse in Bathurst, New South Wales.

30 years of commitment to Australia’s natural heritage Conservation Volunteers Australia’s board member David Clark has been committed to natural heritage conservation for over thirty years.  Last week, he was honoured by being shortlisted for the 2016 Bathurst Macquarie Heritage Medal. In his time with us, David originally started as a volunteer, then went on […]

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Volunteering SA-NT 2015 Awards

Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat

Conservation Volunteers Australia is pleased to announce their high commendation in the 2015 Volunteering SA-NT Award for Organisational Excellence – Large Organisation. Conservation Volunteers was recognised during the awards presentation ceremony or their great commitment to best practice in managing volunteers. The awards are a collaboration between the Department of the Chief Minister, Northern Territory […]

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