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Do you want to volunteer with us? Looking for educational activities?


We have many different opportunities that you can get involved with, whether it be via volunteering, attending a community environment day or getting your local school involved with our educational program. Find out how to get in touch with us!


Borough Coastcarers: Help restore natural habitat

Become a Borough Coastcarer and help us remove invaisve weeds from natural habitats! You will be guided by conservation staff members at two locations within the Borough of Queenscliffe. Volunteers meet twice a month, on the first and second Tuesdays. No need to register, To download a flyer with more information, please click here or email

To watch our YouTube video about this volunteer program, click here

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Caring For Our Bays: Litter Monitoring

Become a litter audit volunteer and help keep our bays clean! You will be provided with training, safety equipment, a ''clean up kit'' that you will use to audit a specific site on a monthly or bi-monthly basis. Contribute to a state wide database by uploading all data collected via your phone. Email

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Clean Up Days

We occasionally run clean up days to get people outdoors cleaning up our coastline. These mostly revolve around Clean Up Australia Day every March, however this is a great activity for businesses who would like to find a corporate volunteering opportunity. Please get in touch if you are interested in attending a clean up day. Email

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Community Environment Days

We run multiple Community Environment Days throughout the year, mostly in Autumn and Winter. We focus on activities like revegetation, litter removal, flora and fauna education and weeding. Some of our most common locations include; Clifton Springs, Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale. For more information, contact or subscribe to our eNewsletter here:
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Point Lonsdale Sand Monitoring Volunteer

Learn how to monitor sand erosion and accretion at Point Lonsdale front beach. Volunteer at your own pace and as frequently as you wish. using equipment that is stored at a shared location for ease. All volunteers will be trained and may have the opportunity to learn how to operate UAV's (drones)! Email 

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School Environment Days

We engage with over 15 schools in Geelong and the Bellarine each year, delivering tailored Environment Days. Our activities can range from revegetation, litter monitoring, arts and crafts, flora and fauna walks, beachcombs and an activity with Port Phillip Ferries where students can explore the bay! Please contact to discuss a potential partnership with us.

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Join the Network!

If you are a local not-for-profit, 'friends of' group or environment organisation, you may want to consider joining our network. If you would like more information, please email