Conservation Volunteers Australia

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Conservation Volunteers Australia is Australia’s leading practical conservation organisation. Conservation Volunteers Australia completes more than 2000 conservation projects across Australia each year.

Conservation Volunteers Australia welcomes people with a love of the outdoors and interest in the environment to take part as a volunteer. Our volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds, and don’t need any prior skills or experience. You simply need to be aged between 18 and 70!

Description of Services:

Key information about Conservation Volunteers:

  • Welcomes more than 10,000 volunteers a year.
  • Works in partnership to assist more than 2,000 priority conservation projects.
  • Achieves real conservation results, including planting more than 1 million trees a year.
  • Provides training to more than 1,000 individuals and groups across Australia.
  • Works in partnership with the federal and state governments.
  • Partners with many of Australia‚Äôs top businesses to tackle conservation priorities.
  • Has a network of more than 20 offices across Australia, 150 full-time employees, a fleet of more than 100 vehicles and the capacity to deliver conservation projects nationwide.
  • Is a member of the IUCN (World Conservation Union), the Federation of Youth Travel Organisations and a founding member of the International Alliance of Conservation Volunteers.
  • Has been recognised through numerous Banksia Awards, the Prime Ministers Award for Excellence in Community Business Partnerships and the United Nations Global 500 Award.

Located In: Unit 4, Lower Ground, Ethos House, 28-36 Ainslie Avenue, CIVIC SQUARE ACT 2600

Servicing: Canberra and ACT Region, Nationally

Contact Details: 6247 7770


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