Parks Victoria volunteers help to protect, maintain and restore Victoria’s unique and special places. There are many benefits of volunteering.
To become a volunteer, register with ParkConnect and then create your volunteer profile.
We are currently experiencing an unprecedented level of fire activity across Victoria. The passion and willingness of the community to reach out and help is remarkable, and volunteers will play a very important role in the bushfire recovery efforts once the immediate fire danger has passed.
A variety of bushfire recovery volunteer opportunities will soon be available via Citizen Science programs monitoring wildlife, clearing tracks, repairing fences and restoring habitats.
To become a volunteer, register with ParkConnect and then create your volunteer profile. Select ‘bushfire recovery’ as your interest.
We will continue to contact all registered volunteers with up-to-date opportunities as they become available. Thank you for your enthusiasm.
Our current team of field-based volunteer emergency responders have been trained extensively for these specific roles and the dangerous conditions. Do not attempt to approach or enter any parks that are experiencing or have experienced any fire activity. See the latest information on fire affected parks.
We have many exciting and diverse volunteer activities for you to get involved in. You can look for activity types that interest you or maybe an activity that is in a park close to you. You may also like to find activities that a group is involved in.
Start looking for activities now!
Are you a group of volunteers with a special interest in a Park or associated Park species or feature? Then you may be interested in starting a group of your own. You can find out what’s involved, responsibilities of a group leader and more.