About this opportunity
We exist to strengthen the health of communities and ecosystems for mutual benefit, across Australia. Through our work, we’re building a more harmonious and helpful relationship between people and nature.
People tell us that they want to play their part to re-balance nature, but they don’t know where to start. So, for almost 40 years we’ve been working to give people that opportunity through hands on volunteering.
Now, we’re growing our work to empower anyone across Australia to take action for nature.
Conservation Volunteers Mackay are currently running environmental events focusing on reducing marine debris and improving ocean health. Additionally, we are carrying out native tree propagation and planting, and wetland revitalistion projects.
Our local events include activities such as:
- Marine debris collection and surveys
- Source reduction workshops
- Educational workshops and activities
- Native seed collection, propagation, and tree planting.
- Wetland revitalisation activities such as: weed control and native tree planting.
Our projects work towards improving biodiversity in our region, and protecting marine life by reducing litter from entering our oceans.
All personal protective equipment and skills training is provided.
If you are passionate about conserving the natural environment, and would like to connect with like minded individuals contact our Mackay Project Officer Leah Scoble at [email protected]
Our events run for a few hours fortnight or monthly. No commitment required, join in when you are available. Weekends and weekday event available.Suitable for
- Centrelink Volunteers
- Families with Children
- Skilled Volunteers
- Travelling Volunteers
- Companionship & Social Support
- Fundraising & Events
- Tour Guides, Information & Heritage
On ground skills, and plant identification training. CSIRO marine debris survey training,Reimbursement
No costs incurred