- Location: Kensington WA
- Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
- Category: Environment & Conservation
In particular, hosts are required during the summer period in the south-west, the dry season above the 26th parallel, and especially during peak tourist periods including school holidays.
Type of work
- Garden Maintenance
- Tour Guides, Information, & Heritage
- Trades & Maintenance
DPaW induction, onsite orientation.
- Driver's Licence (C)
Essential: Love the outdoors, have experience as camper. Appreciate and understand the role and have a friendly disposition. Own vehicle plus caravan or tent.
Desirable: Applicants with Senior First Aid certificates will be given preference.
For some sites, a Working with Children check may be necessary (Parks and Wildlife will arrange this)
Since its launch in 1991, hundreds of people have taken part in Parks and Wildlife's Campground Host Program and volunteered their time in national parks around WA.
These people have spent time in some of the state's most beautiful spots, met many fascinating people and formed memories that will last a lifetime.
The program is particularly popular among retirees. However, it is perfect for people who love camping and the great outdoors. In most cases as a volunteer, once training has been completed, you choose where you’d like to stay and for how long.
Hosting is available for most of the year.
The role is currently only available for Australian residents.