Type: Agriculture / Forestry, Environment & Wildlife Conservation,
This voluntary project is an opportunity for you to get to know all of Australia's notes and crannies and make a significant contribution to nature conservation in the area.
Down under is the number one dream destination for most nature lovers. Endless beaches, tropical rainforests and the barren outback – Australia has an unbelievable variety of landscapes to suit any taste. And let's not forget the Great Barrier Reef, the largest living organism on earth. Our projects in Australia are devoted to protecting this unique natural landscape. And they need your help!
Our programme gives you an opportunity to work on a number of locations all over the continent.
Each team has up to 10 volunteers and a professional team leader. The projects involve planting trees, setting up fences and paths, doing statistical surveys of animal populations and plants, collecting plant seeds and supervising the project areas.
Normal working hours are 8 AM to 4 PM five days a week, but this can vary from project to project. You will normally have weekends off. Certain projects last for 10 days, after which you will have several days off. Project locations can be changed every week or two so that you have an opportunity to get to know different parts of Australia.
The type of accommodation available is different in every location. You might be staying in a guest house, caravan, hostel, bungalow or a tent. You will be sharing your bedroom and bathroom with other volunteers. In addition to breakfast and lunch, a freshly prepared hot meal will be provided in the evening. Vegetarian food is available at every location. The team is jointly responsible for preparing meals and keeping their accommodation clean.
Telephone 1: (+49) 241-91 99 43 57
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