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Friends of Dandenong Valley Parklands

Friends of Dandenong Valley Parklands

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Greenfleet Planting Day at Cardinia Creek Parklands

Greenfleet Planting Day at Cardinia Creek Parklands

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Location: Volunteer

Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater Nursery

Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater Nursery

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Location: Volunteer

Mulching with Ranger in Charge Des Lucas at Braeside Park

Mulching with Ranger in Charge Des Lucas at Braeside Park

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Location: Volunteer

Planting at Braeside Park

Planting at Braeside Park

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Location: Volunteer

Bird Monitoring on French Island

Bird Monitoring on French Island

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Location: Volunteer

Water Analysis of the Maribyrnong River

Water Analysis of the Maribyrnong River

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Location: Volunteer

Planting Along the Maribyrnong River Trail

Planting Along the Maribyrnong River Trail

1 year ago from Unknown LDAP UserParks Victoria

Location: Volunteer

Discover more about your local park by becoming a volunteer or joining a Friends group.

You’ll meet new people, connect with your community, learn new skills and feel great, all while helping the environment.

Anyone can volunteer or become a friend.

Volunteers are involved in a range of activities such as:

  • seed collecting and plant propagation
  • fencing
  • garden bed maintenance
  • litter collection
  • GPS monitoring and data collection
  • track inspections
  • administration
  • research and survey work
  • communication and awareness raising
  • providing visitor information
  • guided walks.

Further information about volunteering with Parks Victoria is available from the Volunteer Park Note or by calling 13 1963.

Other ways to volunteer

There are also many other community groups and organisations that provide opportunities to volunteer and help look after Victoria’s parks and bays.

For example, you can volunteer with:

For a more detailed listing of volunteer opportunities in Victoria, visit I can do that - Victoria's volunteering portal, an online community and information resource for Victorian volunteers and volunteering organisations.

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Kids invited to become park explorers

16 Jun 2015

Parks across the Southern Peninsula are offering free winter school holiday activities this June and July. The Junior Ranger program delivers a diverse range of fun and creative discovery activities that will keep kids active and entertained these holidays. From following the footprints of native animals and learning how to…

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Discover the Prom this winter

29 Jun 2015 - 10 Jul 2015

Join a ranger to discover Wilsons Promontory National Park this winter. Adventure through forest tracks, along Tidal River and amongst boulders of the rocky shore. Help celebrate National Aborigines and Islander Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) Week by creating a stencil art banner. Discover the unique flora of the Prom and…

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What's on for July in Albert Park

1 Jul 2015 - 31 Jul 2015

A wide variety of events are held at Albert Park throughout the year. Events range from fun runs and sporting tournaments to other community events. See the full calendar here.

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Owls on the Prowl

7 Jul 2015 10:00am-3:00pm

Have you ever wondered what owls eat? Children dissect an owl pellet and find out exactly what their barn owl has been eating. A great session for young biologists! (All-weather activity). Session times: 10:00am – 12:00pm (Year 3 - 5) 1:00 – 3:00pm (Years 6 - 8)

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All Dinosaurs Great and Small

8 Jul 2015 10:00am-12:00pm

Be a palaeontologist for the day! What can fossils show us about the diet of dinosaurs? Why did they have claws? Learn how modern animals teach us about the behaviour of prehistoric creatures and make your own fossil replica to take home. All weather activity.