Volunteer for NSW national parks

Campground Host Program

Applications for the Campground Host program are now open for the Easter 2014 school holidays. Applications will close on Friday 21 February.

Volunteering as a Campground Host is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and be a vital part of the campground community.

Find out more about volunteering with national parks

Exciting volunteer opportunities are available in many of NSW's stunning national parks, nature reserves and state conservation areas.

Our parks and wildlife benefit hugely from the generous time and dedication of over 6500 volunteers each year. Volunteers, in return, benefit from an unforgettable experience in some of Australia's finest nature locations.

NSW national park volunteering programs give you an amazing opportunity to help protect our natural environment and fascinating wildlife.

Volunteer positions allow you to:

  • acquire new skills and learn about life in the bush from park rangers
  • work on various projects such as archaeological excavations, bush regeneration and revegetation
  • help care for some of Australia's native plant and wildlife species
  • make like-minded friends
  • most of all, have a great time.

Volunteer in a national park near you

Corporate volunteering

Organisations can also contribute to environmental development through corporate volunteering and team building programs in Sydney Harbour and Lane Cove national parks. The programs offer a range of environmental activities to inspire your team and contribute to the conservation of our natural and historic heritage.

Find out more about other opportunities to volunteer for the environment across the Office of Environment and Heritage.

Page last updated: 07 April 2014