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Government Partnerships

Involving volunteers in important environment projects depends on our partners. Our partnerships are based on shared values, a common interest and a mutual wish to connect people to their environment through the support of meaningful and credible projects.

Government Partnerships

Conservation Volunteers has a long history of working in conjunction with all levels of government to deliver a range of conservation and community based programs. Our initiatives include:

  • Our Geelong office works closely with Parks Victoria on projects to protect and enhance the shorelines of Port Philip Bay, building a Bush Kindergarten at Ocean Grove and establishing an all abilities walking track at the Ocean Grove Nature Reserve. We support Parks Victoria in works on Ramsar-listed Lake Connewarre, work in partnership at Serendip Sanctuary and have a close relationship as adjoining property managers. For example – our showcase conservation reserve, W. James Whyte Island Reserve, known as The Island, is located next to Werribee Gorge State Park.

Become a Partner

Our ability to involve volunteers in important environment projects is dependent on our partners who support us. This mkes it essential for us to work together and we welcome conversations to explore opportunities to partner with you!

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Partnership News

Pernod Ricard Bring ‘Good Times from a Good Place’ to Sydney’s Strickland House for Responsib’ALL Day

On June 7, Pernod Ricard’s 19,000 employees globally brought ‘Good Times from a Good Place’ to the 9th edition of ‘Responsib’ALL Day’, the company’s annual Sustainability and Responsibility initiative. Employees from more than 85 countries around the world engaged in over 100 local community projects to show their commitment and contribution to society. In Sydney, […]
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World Environment Day celebrated by planting over 16,000 natives across Australia and New Zealand!

On June 5, Conservation Volunteers celebrated World Environment Day with our annual Corporate Tree Planting Challenge. Now in its 6th year, the event continues to be in demand as all sites sold out once again! The competition was fierce and the impact huge as 46 teams competed to plant the greatest amount of native grasses, shrubs and trees as they […]
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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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Boral leaps into action supporting the Myola Tree Frog

In the wet tropics of Cairns an endangered frog, the Myola Tree Frog (Litoria myola) is getting some attention from teams of volunteers who are monitoring and revegetating a restricted area of only 13.5km2, the only known home of the Myola Tree Frog. Endemic to this small area west of Cairns in north-east Queensland, it is a medium-sized stream […]
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More ways of connecting with us

Employee Volunteering

Conservation Volunteers provides fun, easy and rewarding volunteer opportunities for your employees to get their hands dirty and engage with their natural environment. We have national coverage, can provide a range of activities and cater for different levels of ability and fitness.

CVA Affiliates

CVA has a variety of generous partners that help support our priority conservation work either through discounts on products or donations to our organisation. Check out some different ways our partners support us and provide a great deal for you too!

Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving is one of the single most powerful acts you can do to help us. Payroll Giving means that we can rely on regular financial support, enabling us to plan into the future, budget more effectively and ultimately make a greater difference for our precious natural environment and its inhabitants.

Become a Corporate Member

Becoming a corporate member is a great introduction to Conservation Volunteers with the benefit of knowing you are supporting the protection of our landscapes, wildlife and heritage. Membership benefits include promotion on our website, invitations to member-only events, our newsletter and beautiful conservation calendar annually.