Australia - South Australia
NEW OFFICE LOCATION:
111 Franklin Street
(cnr Bowen St, old bus station building)
Monday to Friday
9am to 5pm
Times, days & durations vary.
Apart from the onstreet carparking in Franklin & Morphett Streets, plus the side streets surrounding 'The Joinery', you will find the Adelaide Central Bus Station U-Park very convenient just opposite. You can enter it off of Grote Street.
The Glenelg to Hindmarsh Entertainment Centre tram passes through the heart of Adelaide. Get off in Victoria Square, walk over to Franklin Street and then about 10 minutes down Franklin Street to find Conservation Volunteers on the corner of Bowen Street, in 'The Joinery' (the old Bus Station depot).
Adelaide Metro Bus Stops D1 (Grote Street Nothern side city inbound) and Stops W, W1 & W2 (Grote Street Southern side city outbound) are only a couple of minutes from our front door.
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For more than 30 years Conservation Volunteers Australia has recruited volunteers from around the world to join important environmental and wildlife conservation projects.
We seek to protect, maintain and improve the health and diversity of the environment - landscapes, habitats, species and heritage.
If you'd like to make a difference, please join us.
We'd love your help.
Goal: The conservation of the unique plants and animals that inhabit Australia and New Zealand
Conservation Volunteers Australia supports the recovery of threatened species by providing practical on-ground action to conserve our unique plants and animals in line with approved plans. We focus on a range of endangered species and work with recovery teams and other experts, to assemble new resources and eager volunteers to create a wilder future for our unique flora and fauna.
Goal: Conservation of special places across Australia and New Zealand
Conservation Volunteers Australia works to onserve, restore, rehabilitate and manage land through improvements to ecosystem function and by providing support to other land managers. In the process we provide opportunities for people to enjoy and appreciate nature.
Goal: Caring for nature together
Conservation Volunteers Australia strives to protect and enhance nature in places where people need it most: close to home, coastal areas, waterways and in urban and community spaces. We lend helping hand to communities seeking to take control of their own patches of nature.
Goal: To remember our past for a better future
This program celebrates indigenous and non-indigenous heritage by providing assistance to communities who wish to preserve, strengthen or conserve important traditions and places.
Goal: To build resilient communities
Conservation Volunteers Australia supports communities with rapid response teams of volunteers, who provide essential assistance in the days and weeks following major disasters and extreme weather events. Fires, floods, earthquakes, cyclones, oil spills and marine mammal strandings all require practical yet compassionate responses. Our recovery program provides exactly that.