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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
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Upcoming Events

It’s Time For ReefBlitz! – 1st to 31st October 2018

It’s October already, which means it’s time to get involved and celebrate citizen science along the Great Barrier Reef! In July 2017, we became the host of the Reef Citizen Science Alliance – a network of 13 organisations committed to promoting citizen science and reef health. Previously, the Alliance was hosted by the Great Barrier […]
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Join the Corporate Clean Up Day Challenge – 16th November 2018

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 700 species, […]
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Latest News

$5 million to tackle marine debris across the Great Barrier Reef

Tangaroa Blue Foundation and Conservation Volunteers Australia are excited to announce that we have been engaged by the Australian Government to deliver a $5 million program of local actions to clean up and prevent litter from entering Great Barrier Reef waterways over the next five years. Tangaroa Blue Foundation is a leading not-for-profit organisation dedicated to […]
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Restoring Nodding Geebung in Londonderry Woodland Reserve

The Cumberland Plain is full of many rare and threatened species, but the Nodding Geebung, or Persoonia nutans must be one of the most fascinating. Classified as Endangered at both the State and Federal level, this delicate and rare shrub occurs exclusively within a 40 square kilometre region of the Critically Endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland. […]
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Shorebird Forum Wrap

On September 20 Conservation Volunteers hosted the Moreton Bay Shorebird Forum in Brisbane. The forum was focussed on connecting local stakeholders with each other, and with our federally funded project to aid the recovery of the Far Eastern Curlew population in Moreton Bay and four other sites. Key attendees included Amelia Selles, Principal Project Officer […]
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Chevron Employees do their part on Threatened Species Day

On National Threatened Species Day (September 7th), employees from Chevron joined Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) at the Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Recovery Centre in Perth to do their part to help-out Western Australia’s black cockatoo populations. The Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Recovery Centre is managed by a core group of volunteers that are dedicated to rehabilitating black […]
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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.