Te Atatu School planting dayImage: Sustainable Coastlines | Creative Commons
December 2018 – March 2019: Expressions of interest are invited for camp hosts who can help to look after campers and the campsite.
Four consecutive days once a month: Applications are invited for skilled volunteers to work on maintenance on these Hauraki Gulf islands.
Every Friday (excluding public holidays) DOC Coromandel’s weekly volunteer activities are aimed at providing the opportunity for New Zealanders and our visitors to get involved in DOC’s work.
1 November 2017 - 28 February 2018: This is an opportunity to assist a master's student who needs assistance with her research into Pureora short-tailed bats while she completes a project for DOC.
2018 dates Come along to help DOC rangers and community groups enhance local gems in Rotorua.
This volunteer opportunity is now full for the 2017/18 season. Dates for next season will be advertised in July 2018.
15 January to 16 February 2018: A great opportunity for volunteers to experience the hut warden role, apply their skills and learn from an experienced and knowledgeable ranger.
4 December 2017 - 6 April 2018: Volunteer as a campsite host and enjoy the beautiful nīkau forest at this campsite on the Kohaihai River mouth.
Volunteer positions to help rangers locate orange-fronted parakeets are now filled for the 2017/18 breeding season.
Ongoing: We are looking for adventurous people to register for Dunedin’s War on Weeds.
October 2017 - April 2018: Volunteer to raise awareness of appropriate wildlife viewing behaviour and conservation among Otago Peninsulas’ Sandfly Bay visitors.
August 2017 - May 2018: Various opportunities arise throughout the year to assist with planting, weed control, predator control and wildlife surveys.
August 2017 - May 2018: Various opportunities arise throughout the year to assist with planting, weed control, predator control and wildlife surveys. These tasks can be undertaken by small or large groups and make for great team-building days.
February - March 2018: Curio Bay is one of Southland’s most popular destinations, home to endangered endemic species such as Hector’s dolphin and yellow-eyed penguins/hoiho, and the remarkable fossilised forest.