T.A.R.P.’s aim is to assist our Australian farmers and their communities either after natural disasters or in time of personnel hardship. Mixed roles. (Starting 3rd June)
Found 128 volunteer opportunities with Garden Maintenance, in Queensland QLD
We are a thriving community native nursery in need of office admin.assistance. Knowledge of Excel and Microsoft Word required. The Coolum Community Native Nursery was established in November 2005 to grow coastal native and salt tolerant plant species. The nursery is jointly managed by Coolum District Coast Care Group Inc. and Maroochy Waterwatch Inc. Our nursery is wholly supported by the community and the volunteers who share their time to assist in planting, propagating and collecting seeds.
Love gardening and tinkering? P.C.Y.C. is seeking a Volunteer to take care of the gardens and minor repairs that may be needed around the premises. Duties would include; Keeping grounds clean and tidy and fix/maintain mechanical equipment, that does not require qualified attention. Some physical ability is required and work can be indoors and outdoors. Days and times can be negotiated with the Assistant Branch Manager.
Weeding, planting, watering, pruning and mulching gardens. Additional: construction of a new vegetable garden.
Volunteer handy person for maintenance gardening duties lawn care
Would you like to be involved with creating a welcoming outdoor environment and support guests that make Townsville Wellbeing Centre their home away from home while receiving treatment at the Townsville Hospital?
The Salvation Army Centenary Corps is a thriving church and plays an active role in the local community to provide a place of worship, support services and programs. The Landscape Designer – Community Garden volunteer role is to provide professional input into the concept design, planning and development of the "Soul Patch" community garden and fruit and vegetable garden at the centre. Love to design something fresh and new? This role could be for you.
Mow lawns, edging, watering and remove garden rubbish and assist where required.
The Salvation Army Ipswich is a thriving church and plays an active role in the local community to provide a place of worship, support services and programs. The Landscape Architect/Designer – Community Garden volunteer role is to provide professional input into the concept design, planning and development of the gardens surrounding the centre. Love to design something fresh and new? This role could be for you.
Ref: 505 (Unpaid) Assist with general grounds maintenance work, gardening and light cleaning.
Ref: 218 volunteer (unpaid) for a not-for-profit organisation General maintenance of tennis court equipment, buildings, garden and fences and any other small jobs that need doing.
We are currently seeking applicants to pick flowers for Mother's Day at our Bundaberg Foundation Industries site. Volunteering responsibilities include: • Picking and harvesting flowers • Stripping leaves from harvested flower stems • Bunching and arranging flower bouquets
Are you an outdoors gardening person? This organisation would like someone to be a team member to care for their extensive gardens. Working along side of and under the direction of the supervisor you will undertake pruning, watering, mowing, on a regular basis. A physical ability to undertake this outdoor work. Ability to use ride on mowers, whipper - snippers and general equipment. Must be able to commit to long term volunteering ( C )
Volunteer required to maintain our grounds - charity organisation
We are looking for a volunteer who can perform minor maintenance, painting and window cleaning at our museum. Lots of little things to take care of, if you are a fix it person, this could be the role for you. As a team member, you may also be asked to help with setting up chairs and tables for a function. Times required: 8.30am - 1.30pm Tuesday & OR 8.30am - 1.30pm Wednesday. We are looking for Volunteers that would be willing to offer a 6 month commitment to become part of our team.
Join the team in Rothwell as we restore a wetland by planting trees and reeds! The wetland adjoins the Moreton Bay Ramsar-listed wetlands of international significance and once restored will be an invaluable refuge area for native wildlife.
The endangered Eastern Curlew is the largest migratory wader that visits Australia. These amazing birds migrate all the way to the Arctic Circle in order to breed and can be seen in Japan, Korea and Borneo as they journey to these breeding grounds. (C)
We are looking for a Handyman, with skills required such as carpentry, minor building repairs etc. (No formal qualification required) who enjoys working in an outdoor environment and likes the challenge of fixing things that may need repair.
Conservation Volunteers Australia welcomes everyone who shares our love of the outdoors and our commitment to conserving the environment. If you would like to be one of the team, express your interest . You will be notified of projects and contacted on a needs be basis, you will then have the opportunity to attend. (C)
A volunteer gardener is required to join a dedicated team looking after the special natural forest and cottage gardens, at a local historical society display. Keen gardeners and also people who just enjoy working outdoors are probably best suited to this position. Hours and days may be negotiated with the Volunteer Coordinator. Tuesday / Wednesday. Hours can be negotiated. OPEN: 8.30AM - 1.30pm
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