The fragile coastal dune system of Arakoon National Park on the beautiful NSW Mid North Coast is under threat from invasive weeds such as bitou bush. By volunteering with the Arakoon bushcare group for just 2 hours a week, you can help stem the tide of invasive weeds like bitou bush and restore native dune habitat.
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Wombats aren’t just cute – they’re also 'nature's bulldozers' and the most intelligent marsupial. In Bents Basin State Conservation Area they're threatened by mange. Help us treat them to ensure their ongoing presence in this area.
Do you live near Bongil Bongil National Park and want to volunteer to help protect the area’s endangered tern? Success at Bongil Spit, in northern NSW, relies on the work of NSW National Parks staff and volunteers to continue to protect the endangered tern.
Volunteer for bush regeneration in the Kurnell section of Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Join a friendly team of volunteers and get involved in protecting this parks historically significant vegetation.
Bouddi National Park’s natural coastline is under threat from invasive weeds. If you’re interested in helping to restore the native vegetation along this section of NSW coast, then volunteer to join a local bushcare group. Work is carried out in various sections of the park, including MacMasters Beach.
If you like gardening and weeding with a purpose, this volunteer activity is for you. Over the last 20 years, Braeside bushcare volunteers have made a real and positive impact on Braeside Upland Swamp in Blue Mountains National Park, near Blackheath.
Volunteer to help save the brush-tailed rock-wallaby. Join NSW National Parks in monitoring threatened colonies while camping out over several days in Wollemi National Park. This is a great volunteering opportunity for people who like bushwalking and camping and want to contribute to an important conservation project.
Become a bush regeneration volunteer in the La Perouse section of Kamay Botany Bay National Park in Sydney. Help us protect this park’s native vegetation, meet new people, get fresh air and exercise.
Looking for volunteer work with a view? If you’ve got a minimum of 3 hours a week to spare, come and be part of a friendly team at Cape Byron. Lead guided tours of the museum and lighthouse and share the area’s fascinating maritime history with visitors.
Are you passionate about the natural environment and want to introduce others to its wonders? Volunteer to guide Discovery tours in national parks around the northern Sydney area.