Volunteer at Copeland Tops
Copeland Tops State Conservation Area
Are you interested in local history and the environment, and live in the Gloucester area? Volunteer to be a tour guide at Mountain Maid gold mine and other areas in Copeland Tops State Conservation Area.
- Visitors, events, education, tour guides
- Wednesday and Saturday weekly, or the first Friday of the month.
- No wheelchair access
- Medium. Moderate fitness required. You’ll be leading tour groups over unsealed fire trails and a moderately steep boardwalk. Guides need to be over 18 years.
As a volunteer tour guide, you’ll bring history to life and help us share the fascinating story of Copeland Tops State Conservation Area. You’ll lead and support guided tours, including:
- weekly Mountain Maid gold mine history tours
- rainforest boardwalk tours
- twilight spotlighting experiences
- cultural tours
This is an ideal opportunity if you're enthusiastic about face-to-face contact and guiding visitors of all ages. You'll also need to be free to volunteer at least once a month.
We’ll give you full training so you can lead guided tours with confidence. You’ll learn about local history and the park environment. You'll also gain valuable experience and new skills, especially in public speaking. Being a volunteer guide is a great way to make new friends and improve your fitness in a beautiful area.
You can look forward to guiding visitors through an area that is home to koalas, lyrebirds, glow worms and other wildlife. Our volunteer guide program has been running for over 10 years, and now is a perfect time to join us. Help us raise awareness of the gorgeous natural environment at Copeland Tops.
It’s a good idea to wear sturdy shoes, suitable clothes, a hat and sunscreen when you volunteer. Bring drinking water, snacks, lunch, insect repellent and a raincoat.
- in Copeland Tops State Conservation Area in the North Coast region
Copeland Tops State Conservation Area is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.