Conservation Volunteers - Ballarat Vic - Australia - (click for project page)
Conservation Volunteers welcomes people with a love of the outdoors & an interest in the environment to take part as a volunteer in one of our many conservation projects. Founded in 1982 in Australia, & 2006 in New Zealand, we are both not-for-profit & non-political.
BatReach - Kuranda- North Queensland, Australia - (Click for project page)
A rescue and rehabilitation centre in a rainforest village which cares for injured and orphaned native wildlife. Run by volunteers and donations, open to the public 5 days a week for education. Gain hands on experience and learn how to rescue, treat and hand rear amazing native wildlife working with an experienced wildlife carer.
WildMob - Milton - Queensland, Australia - (Click for project page)
Brampton Island conservation project is based in Brampton Islands National Park off the coast of Queensland, Australia. Project work focuses on invasive weed removal, beach cleanup and coral reef surveys. Volunteers transported by 50ft catamaran from Mackay QLD, which is included in project costs.
AUSTROP - Cape Tribulation - Daintree National Park, Australia - (click for project page)
The Australian Tropical Research Foundation (AUSTROP) is an independent, non-profit organization operating in Cape Tribulation, Daintree National Park, QLD.
AUSTROP was set up to carry out basic research on local ecosystems (terrestial and marine) in the Daintree area, develop technologies for low energy self-sufficient living and to try and undo much of the forest damage caused by clearing in the 1970's. We encourage volunteers, interns and students involvement in these activities.
The Oceania Project - Hervey Bay Marine Park, Queensland, Australia -(click for project page)
The Oceania Project is a non-profit research and education organisation dedicated to raising awareness about Cetacea (Whales & Dolphins). A long-term study of humpback whale social organisation and behaviour is being conducted in Hervey Bay, Qld. Australia. Volunteers will assist with humpback research, including sloughed skin collection, photo-id observations, GIS data, environmental data and general duties associated with daily operation aboard the Expedition vessel.
TOLGA Bat Hospital - Artherton, Australia - (click for project page)
Tolga Bat Hospital works for the conservation of bats and their habitat. We are a not-for-profit community group, a Landcare group and a registered charity that aims to improve the public's perception and understanding of bats. The group takes its name from the nearby Tolga Scrub, a fragment of critically endangered Mabi rainforest that is home to up to a million fruit bats at some times of the year.
Treeplanters Farm - Gympie - Queensland Australia - (click for project page)
Treeplanters Farm is privately owned organic working farm aims to establish rainforest tree species through rainforest regeneration and tree planting on former rainforest sites. Special interest on the farm is in rare rainforest tree species. The farm has large rainforest trees, walking trails, swimming holes, a creek and a camping cave.
Willow Warriors - Sydney Australia - (click for project page)
Willow Warriors is one of the adventure conservation groups in the Greater Sydney Landcare Network. The Greater Sydney Landcare Network has roughly 700 groups and over 10,000 volunteers and is part of a larger network of Landcare / Bushcare / Coastcare groups across NSW and the rest of Australia.
Our volunteers seek to combine the excitement of white-water rafting, flat water kayaking and having fun in the outdoors with Landcare conservation activities which help both private landowners and public land managers look after the natural values of their land.