Volunteer with Coastcare Victoria
Coastcare Victoria proudly supports thousands of community volunteer groups working to protect and enhance Victoria's 2000 kilometres of coastline.
Community volunteer groups help to maintain Victoria's marine and coastal environment through activities such as:
- Revegetating coastal areas
- Building boardwalks
- Building tracks
- Monitoring native shorebirds and animals
- Presenting education and awareness raising sessions
- Landscaping coastal areas
- Protecting cultural sites
There will always be a need for dedicated volunteers on the Victorian coast, and there are roles for people of all ages, interests and abilities.
If you're interested in joining a community group or learnning more about Victoria's magnificent coastal and marine environment, check out this video about how to get involved, or contact a Coastcare facilitator directly (new window).
For more info about Coastcare and other coastal preservation activities, check out the Department of Sustainability and the Environment's Coastcare page (new window).
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