This website showcases the volunteer environment work conducted by volunteers around the ACT, as well as act as a resource for volunteer groups and the ACT community to learn more about volunteering and how to get involved.
It presents information about the different types of volunteer opportunities and programs running in the ACT, and the benefits and values of volunteering for the environment. Scroll down to find out more about specific groups and individual volunteers, or start reading our report here.
If you’d like to chat to some one more generally about the types of volunteering available in your area, the ACT’s catchment groups are a great place to start. Their friendly staff can help you find the right volunteering opportunity for you.
Alternatively you can call Access Canberra on 13 22 81 and ask to speak to some one about the ACT Government Parks and Places volunteer program, or the ParkCare volunteer program.
Environmental Volunteering Groups
Click on the icons below for more information about the different types of volunteering on offer.
There are so many different opportunities out there catering to all kinds of skills and interests.
Click below for a comprehensive list of all the volunteer groups working in the ACT, with a brief description of what they do and links to find out more.
Environmental volunteers in the ACT come from many walks of life, and all have their own reasons for giving their time towards this important work. You can find some of their stories on this website. These stories and profiles are intended both to show the range of different work that volunteers do in the ACT, and to provide a more in-depth look at some of this work.
Did we miss you?
We have done our best to include as many environmental volunteering and citizen science organisations as possible in this report, but we know we might have missed some of you.
If you would like to send us information about your work or your organisation to be included on this website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org