Found 9 Environment & Conservation Arts, Craft & Photography, volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Sewing Machinist (3267)

    Your basic sewing machine skills, or willingness to learn, will be useful in this role sewing wildlife rescue pouches and basket liners. Only straight line sewing, and patterns are cut along straight lines. All equipment is provided. Pouches and liners are sewn to specific sizes and designs and are given to local wildlife carers as needed. Timing is flexible - between 8am and 1pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

    Id:188341
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Hexham NSW
  2. Repair Lab Assistants

    Repair Lab Melville is a community event run by volunteers who use their skills to help people repair items that would otherwise be discarded and sent to landfill. Repair Lab Assistants will help set up and pack up the event, help Repair Lab Melville attendees to carry items for repair into the venue, answer general enquiries and direct attendees to repair stations.

    Id:166600
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Murdoch WA
  3. Videographer (Volunteer)

    We need a local with a suitable camera and editing software to produce a series of short videos for uploading to the net.

    Id:153755
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Carmoo QLD
  4. Photography Coordinator (Volunteer)

    If you have a decent camera and like to record stuff, we need a local who is available on periodic short notice to come to our premises and photograph techniques and incoming animal cases. These are for future use on our website. We also receive requests from lots of people wanting photographs for their social media pages. Before our President can comply, the images need to be chosen, scanned and watermarked. It would be great if the photography co-ord has basic skills with Fireworks.

    Id:153754
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Carmoo QLD
  5. Arts Gallery Coordinator

    The Forest Discovery Centre is located in the beautiful Jarrah Forest in Dwellingup. We are dedicated to promoting arts, heritage and environment in our values. Are you looking for the opportunity to gain experience in the arts and heritage sector then this position could be for you as we are looking for someone to assist in the coordination of our art exhibition at the Forest Discovery Centre.

    Id:208643
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Dwellingup WA
  6. Activities Coordinator

    The Forest Discovery Centre is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the arts, heritage and environment in the beautiful Jarrah Forest in Dwellingup. We are seeking a Activities Coordinator to join our team, so if you have a passion for working with children and be able to create and deliver engaging and educational activities we would love to hear from you. We offer a rewarding and stimulating volunteer experience in a beautiful natural setting.

    Id:208636
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Dwellingup WA
  7. Bushcare Volunteer Gap Park

    Volunteers wanted to help restore Woollahra Councils Bushland in Gap Park every Wednesday 9am and 12pm. Tools and training provided. Please meet in carpark adjacent to Our Lady Star of the Sea Watsons Bay Old South Head.

    Id:67460
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Watsons Bay NSW
  8. Bushcare Volunteer Cooper Park Kendall St

    Volunteers wanted to help restore Woollahra Councils Bushland in Cooper Park (Kendall St) every Tuesday and the last Saturday of the month between 10am and 2pm. Tools and training provided. Please meet at Kendall St entrance to Cooper Park.

    Id:67459
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Woollahra NSW
  9. Varied volunteering opportunities with plastic re-cycling

    Varied positions available. Also suitable for Centrelink clients 60 to 65 years Worldwide ‘Precious Plastic Community’ finds ways to turn plastic lids into useful and beautiful plastic objects.Our philosophy is that discarded plastic is a precious resource, not waste. So far we have been able to create items such as plates, cups, bowls, plant pots, surfboard fins and wax combs but there is no limit to what can be created from discarded items.

    Id:149324
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Abbey WA