Join the only coastal and marine educational facility for primary school-aged children in South Australia. Help guide children as they move through interactive learning stations such as aquariums featuring local marine wildlife species, sustainable fishing, responsible water use, Aboriginal culture and the importance of preserving our marine environments. There is also an optional engaging marine trail to complement the Centre's indoor educational activities.
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Safe Pets Safe Families (SPSF)is a registered human and animal charity which works under a 'one welfare' framework. SPSF provide care, support and education to people and pets in crisis, reducing the incidence of abuse, neglect, surrender and euthanasia in companion animals. As a Caseworker, you will be supporting the Safe Pets Foster Program working towards keeping people and pets together.
Do you enjoy working with dogs? Would you like to make a difference and give something back to your community? Are you physically fit? Would a Guide Dog puppy in training be able to accompany you on your regular daily commitments? If you answered yes to all of these questions, then RSB would love you to join their volunteer team!
Do you enjoy working with dogs? Do you want to give back to your community but only have limited time available? Are you physically fit? Then RSB would love you to join their volunteer team in the role of Emergency Boarder!
Hooded Plovers are small coastal shorebirds. Listed as vulnerable nationally, there are less than 800 of these birds in South Australia with only 22 breeding pairs found on the Fleurieu Peninsula. There are multiple ways that you can assist to protect these birds. Fleurieu Hoodie Helpers are needed to monitor a given pair of birds on a particular beach and report sightings of bird behaviour.
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