Wollondilly Koala Project

Koala in Grey Gum

Conservation Volunteers Australia in partnership with the NSW Government has been working on the conservation of the koala population from Campbelltown to the Southern Highlands. The community have contributed to collecting information through koala surveys and tracking, and also improved more than 10 hectares of bushland in the region. Koalas in the Wollondilly Shire are […]

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Ingham’s launch a new program supporting local wetlands

Ingham's Volunteers at wetlands in the Hunter, NSW

This week at sites around Australia and New Zealand, Ingham’s employees are celebrating the launch of a new partnership with Conservation Volunteers. The partnership will provide opportunities for Ingham’s employees, family and friends to participate in environmental projects in wetlands close to their place of work. The Revive Our Wetlands Program managed by Conservation Volunteers with […]

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Better Earth Team Leader – Warrnambool, VIC

Full-time ongoing position Would you like to make a difference to the future of Australia’s natural environment and wildlife?  Are you passionate about conservation and would like to work with like-minded communities and volunteers?  This is your opportunity to work for a multi-award winning organisation that is recognised as a leader in delivering community-based conservation. […]

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Conservation Volunteers Celebrates Wetland Achievements

McMinns Lagoon by Brian McWilliam

Wetlands are one of the most important ecosystems on the planet, and Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) is working to protect and restore important wetlands around Australia through our Revive Our Wetlands program. Three of our wetland projects have been profiled in the Australian Government’s annual publication Wetlands Australia, published each year on World Wetlands Day. […]

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Koalas and Bandicoots benefit with support from Adobe Foundation

Koala Tracking

Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) has been grateful to receive funding through the Adobe Foundation for two vitally important projects aimed at protecting Australia’s native species; Sydney’s Koalas Most recently, Adobe supported a study monitoring a koala population just outside Sydney. Our much-loved koala is currently listed as vulnerable to extinction under Australia’s national environment law. […]

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