Found 40 Working with Animals volunteering opportunities in Perth City

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  1. General Helper/Horse Groomer/Stable Hand

    Feeding, grooming & tacking up horses, maintaining equipment, general maintenance work and other duties.

    Id:992
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Carine WA
  2. Dog Therapy Program

    Braemar in Willagee and East Fremantle are seeking local volunteers and their dogs for their dog therapy program.

    Id:163314
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Willagee WA
  3. Hospital Volunteer

    WA Wildlife is a wildlife veterinary hospital and wildlife rehabilitation centre. Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that the animals in care recover more swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife rehabilitation hospitals/centres generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild.

    Id:162048
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  4. Recovery Volunteer

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

    Id:162432
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  5. Reception Volunteer

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

    Id:162433
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  6. Wildcare Helpline Advisers

    Wildcare helpline adviser volunteers respond to telephone enquiries from members of the public who have found sick or injured wildlife in WA. They provide advice and refer callers to a further network of specialised volunteers who rehabilitate these animals so they can be released back into the wild.

    Id:2843
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Kensington WA
  7. Chair of BirdLife WA

    The Chair of the Birdlife WA Executive Committee (BWA EC) provides leadership for the BWA branch through the functions and EC and the committees that report to it. BWA is a branch of Birdlife Australia that represents the interest of members and supporters in Western Australia. The Chair is required to be a member of BirdLife Australia and have interest in the future of the organisation in implementing its strategy to grow its supporter base, profile and conservation impact.

    Id:158838
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Floreat WA
  8. Paw Pals

    Paw Pals spend time with our Director of Hugs & Pats, our House dog, Gus!

    Id:158564
    Family Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Nedlands WA
  9. Volunteer Coordinator - Bassendean WA

    The Coordinator will recruit, train, support, manage and give recognition to volunteers within the region. The position will ensure that Story Dogs remains an active and relevant organisation by raising awareness of the Story Dogs brand and services. This is a non paid, volunteer role. This role requires you to have a suitable dog.

    Id:162577
    Education & Training
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bassendean WA
  10. Rehabilitation Volunteer

    WA Wildlife is a wildlife veterinary hospital and wildlife rehabilitation centre. Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that the animals in care recover more swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos, wildlife rehabilitation hospitals/centres generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild.

    Id:6984
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  11. Animal Care Volunteer

    Volunteers will work in the rehabilitation stages of the centre under the guidance of a registered wildlife rehabilitator or experienced volunteer until the wildlife are fit to be returned to the wild. Please kindly complete on-line application on Native Arc website to apply for role.

    Id:40444
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  12. Fundraising Volunteer

    Native ARC's Fundraising volunteer program is for anyone who does not have a lot of time to commit to volunteering although would like to help support wildlife or the environment, assisting with fundraising events such as movie nights, quiz nights and bake sales etc. Please kindly complete on-line application on Native Arc website to apply for role.

    Id:68003
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  13. Perth Zoo Docent

    The Perth Zoo Docent Association is looking for friendly, outgoing people 18 years and over, who are good communicators, physically fit and can commit at least two days a month from 9am until 3pm.

    Id:159280
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    South Perth WA
  14. Handyman/General Gardener

    Are you handy around the home and yard? We need your skills to cover a range of repairs and maintenance to our centre, both inside and out, including animal enclosures and fencing.

    Id:100146
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Henley Brook WA
  15. Cat Foster Carer

    Impound Feline Rescue are seeking volunteers to foster cats in their own home until the cats can be rehomed.

    Id:102006
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Perth WA
  16. On-Site Volunteer

    Volunteers aged over 18 years are welcome to join the team at the Cat Haven in Shenton Park to fulfil a variety of roles in the Kennels, grounds, vet clinic and retail areas.

    Id:46151
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Shenton Park WA
  17. Busy Bee Helpers

    Our Birds need an up-grade to their home and to be kept safe from foxes. Would you like to help with the completion of the rehabilitation aviaries for our wonderful Raptors and to do some general maintenance and cleaning around our gardens.

    Id:161379
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Beechboro WA
  18. Formal Border - Guide Dogs WA

    Guide Dogs change lives. It is the independence and freedom offered by these dogs to our clients that keeps us going. Guide Dog Formal Boarding is part of our wider Guide Dog program that provides some of the very first homes for our future Guide, Autism Assistance or Therapy Dogs in training.

    Id:140502
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Victoria Park WA
  19. Education Presenter - Tour Guide

    Presenter to visit school and community organisations to promote conservation, as well as deliver guided tours onsite at Kanyana.

    Id:6929
    Environment & Conservation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Lesmurdie WA
  20. Animal Attendant

    Kanyana Wildlife cares for sick, injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife in our Hospital, as well as breeding threatened species, conducting training and research and educating schools and community.

    Id:6928
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Lesmurdie WA