Thanks to volunteers just like you, we are closer to achieving our vision of Tasmania becoming a global leader in nature conservation and sustainability.

Our community of committed volunteers are vital to the success of our conservation work. Our volunteers contribute valuable effort, skills and expertise across all areas of the organisation including science projects, ecological monitoring, reserve management activities, governance, event support, mail outs, photography and much more.

Involving volunteers in our conservation work also greatly reduces our costs. For example, during 2017-2018, 190 individual volunteers contributed 935.47 days of work which is equivalent to $263,503.11 worth of paid work. We are enormously grateful for this contribution.

Volunteering with us is a great way to:

  • participate in achieving the TLC’s nature conservation goals
  • experience the TLC’s magnificent reserves up close
  • be active and increase your well-being
  • meet like-minded people and make new friends
  • develop and enhance valuable skills
  • become a citizen scientist
  • support the TLC in kind

Working together

The TLC is committed to giving you the best possible volunteer experience, so we have developed some guidelines to help us deliver on our commitment. The TLC Volunteer Involvement Policy Statement provides clarity about volunteer rights and responsibilities as well as outlining expectations for volunteers, the TLC and TLC staff. You can download your copy by clicking the link to the right.

Would you like to share a great TLC volunteering experience, or advice on how we can improve our volunteer program? You can now leave your volunteer feedback anytime. Just email proach@tasland.org.au.

Would you like to volunteer?

If you would like to volunteer with the TLC please register for an advertised volunteering opportunity or tell us your availability, preferences and skills by filling in our quick registration form below. We will contact you with details of upcoming volunteering opportunities suitable to you, as and if they become available. Please keep in mind that TLC volunteer opportunities, especially skilled roles, are limited and popular.

Banner image: Working bee at Marakoopa Revolving Fund Property by Chris Crear

Volunteer Form

Which volunteer activities interest you?

For reserve management activities, on which reserve(s) would you like to volunteer?

What kind of reserve management activities interest you?

Do you have reserve management skills or expertise?

Which community engagement, governance or admin support roles do you have specific skills in, or interest you?

Do you have any specific conservation science-related skills or expertise?

Have you any other professional skills to offer?

Which day/s of the week are you available?

How did you find out about TLC's volunteer program?