BRAMPTON ISLAND CONSERVATION PROJECT
Focus: Conservation and Education.
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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.
Wild Mob is a not-for-profit, non-political organisation providing volunteers the opportunity to work on meaningful environmental projects in remote and iconic Australian destinations.
Costs & Benefits
During the project volunteers are likely to be involved in conservation activities including vegetation management, beach debris clean up, surveys and coral reef health surveys.
AU$500 per person this covers all project transport costs (volunteers responsible for own transport to Mackay QLD), project guides, food and accommodation. The accommodation will be in shared tents, sleeping bags provided.
Volunteers aged 14 - 99 years old, however, minors not with a School group must be accompanied by adult.
No previous skills required. Staff will provide training for the required conservation work.
2/249 Coronation Drive
PO Box 1724
Milton QLD 4064
Tel: +61 (0)7 3369 9665
Location: Queensland Australia
Average cost per day: 10 Euros
Focus: Conservation and Education
Skills needed: Volunteers must be at least 18 years old or 14 when accompanied by an adult.