Would you like to volunteer for the State Library Victoria? We're seeking Volunteer Greeters to be stationed alongside staff at entry points to help welcome visitors, provide directions, escort visitors to where they need to go, and refer questions to Library staff as required.
Found 34 volunteer opportunities with Tour Guides, Information, & Heritage, in MELBOURNE%20CITY
Our tour guides play a vital role in educating our visitors and are a valuable source of information and history. The tour guides provide visitors with a solid understanding of how the site came to be, what it is now and how they can get involved. This role is great for history buffs and people who are comfortable speaking to crowds and those they don’t know.
Volunteers to support people attending some of the metropolitan and suburban courts in Melbourne are required. Training provided.
We require an experienced Administration person to work in our Administration Section suit a Mum with school aged children wanting current workplace experience
Our Applied Reception & Customer Service (ARCS) training program integrates classroom learning with on the job training work to provide you with a pathway toward paid work or skilled volunteering.
Help people enjoy their visits and time in beautiful Warrandyte by providing tourist and other information. Join our friendly and supportive team at Information Warrandyte, in bustling Warrandyte village, only 100m from the Yarra River (Birrarung). Spend an enjoyable and productive four hours on Sundays meeting and helping residents and tourists. Volunteer on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis. You might like to volunteer with a partner or other friend.
An exciting opportunity exists to volunteer for Australia’s premier heritage and conservation organisation. Opening up to the public for the first time, we need a dedicated volunteer team to assist showing the wonders of Napier Waller House. Napier Waller house was the home of the noted Australian muralist, mosaicist and stained glass painter Mervyn Napier Waller.
Help support people with disabilities, older people and people from diverse backgrounds with access to MCG Events. Volunteer must have a current Victorian Drivers Licence to undertake the buggy training.
Our popular museum needs customer-friendly volunteers to enable us to expand our opening hours. We're looking for people to fill a range of customer service roles ranging from ticket sales at our front counter through to supervising the museum grounds as a roving guide. You don't need any prior knowledge of railways, we're far more interested your friendly and outgoing personality and ability to make our visitors feel welcome.
Greeting and Assisting cruise-ship passengers on their arrival at Station pier Port Melbourne. You will work with a small team in three-hour morning shifts which suit your schedule (8.20-11.00 am approximately).
Are you compassionate? Non-judgemental? Engaging? Would you like to make a difference in the lives of others? Being a volunteer Community Support Worker (CSW) might be exactly what you’re looking for. As a volunteer CSW you’ll use your highly developed social and client-centred skills to help others during times of stress or crisis, providing access to information, support, advocacy, referrals and material and/or financial assistance. You’ll be very well supported in this important role.
Have you some spare time to deliver flyers for our Neighbourhood House in the Box Hill area?
To welcome families to the immunisation centre & assist with the process
An organisation providing assistance to travellers at Southern Cross and Flinders Street Stations requires customer service volunteers to work one 4 - 5 hour shift a week, between 9:30am and 7pm, Monday to Friday. Customer service experience desirable but not essential.
Are you looking to volunteer in a fun team environment whilst undertaking meaningful tasks? Join Camcare as a 'Community Support Worker' and provide referrals and information on material aid, community support and advocacy to clients.
Co-ordinate and supervise a small group of up to to 4 people on outings
Creating a warm and welcoming enviroment for visitors to the Good Shepherd Interpretive Centre
To walk/talk with individuals or group of visitors around a historical site.
If you have a passion for maritime history and have some time free to volunteer please contact us, we will be so excited to have you as part of our team!
Telephone & 'drop in' service providing community information & support, emergency relief & referral
Please wait while we load up opportunities...
Something's gone wrong.
Sorry about that. We'll get a mechanic right onto it.
While we do that, you can try to refresh the screen (hit F5 on a PC or command + R)