Volunteer for a conservation project

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
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Upcoming Events

Our annual World Environment Day Tree Planting Challenge is back!

Our ever-popular corporate challenge event is back! Now’s the time to gather your workmates and get ready to celebrate World Environment Day on June 5th with our annual Tree Planting Challenge! Why not invite other divisions in your workplace, challenge your interstate branches or extend the invitation to your customers and clients? You may enter […]
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World Curlew Day April 21 2019

April 21 is World Curlew Day, a day to raise awareness about this unique shorebird that is facing habitat loss and the threat of extinction. There are eight species of Curlew found around the world and the largest of them all, the Far Eastern Curlew, migrates to northern and eastern Australian shorelines to feed during […]
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Latest News

Banksia Woodland Brought Back to Life: Students from Orange Grove Primary School Participate in Conservation and Cultural Learning Day

Students from Orange Grove Primary School, in Orange Grove Western Australia, recently joined volunteers from Boral and Conservation Volunteers Australia in an effort to revegetate and rehabilitate a Banksia Woodland on school grounds. The program is part of Boral’s on-going commitment to partner with community groups, including schools, in the region to make a contribution to […]
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Melbourne Airport partners with Conservation Volunteers Australia to support a Cross-Cultural Volunteer Program

Melbourne Airport, in partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia, have launched a three-year project at Organ Pipes National Park.  The Cross-Cultural Volunteer Program will provide opportunities for adult migrants and refugees in the local community to participate in environmental projects, while providing practical experience in a work-like setting. The program will focus on enriching the community’s […]
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Only Let Rain Down the Drain!

Come along to Banora Point Western Drainage System (WDS) on Saturday February 16th and Saturday the 23rd of March for a family planting day. Conservation Volunteers Australia is hosting the event, which commences at 9am and will take place behind housing at Foxhill Place. Parking will be available street side at the end of Foxhill […]
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Increasing environmental knowledge and empowering the next generation

Students can now increase their environment knowledge and understanding while undertaking conservation activities through Conservation Study Tours – a structured, hands-on learning experience where students can visit biodiversity hot spots across Australia and New Zealand, learning about healthy habitats, how all things are connected in ecosystems, and the importance of maintaining a healthy environmental balance. […]
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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.