We have a variety of wildlife shelters in country Australia. These shelters rely on volunteer support to help care for the 100s of injured and sick animals.
Mission humanitaire en Océanie
Learn to dive while helping protect and conserve the world’s biggest coral reef.
Venture into Bunbury, Western Australia where you will volunteer to help with the conservation of dolphins and educate the public about these magnificent creatures!
This facility takes in injured wildlife and manages a wombat captive breeding programs conducting vital research. Great opportunity to care for Aussie wildlife!
A truly unique, raw and exclusive local Fijian experience! This Island lies in the outer regions of the Mamanuca Islands, approximately 1 hour fast ferry from mainland.
This unique placement opportunity is not offered anywhere else and gives volunteers to truly make a difference to marine conservation.
Experience the life of Koala keepers at one of the world’s first and largest Koala sanctuaries in beautiful Queensland, Australia!
Volunteer with Australian wildlife and marine life in Tasmania. This project provides volunteers with a unique opportunity to care for up to 80 unique animals.
Work along with staff and other volunteers from all walks of life at a privately-owned zoo that is dedicated to the care of Australia’s native wildlife!
Travel with purpose and help combat malnutrition and public health issues in Fiji. If you have an interest or background in Nutrition, Dietetics and community health....
Help support this community made up of almost 400 people from dis-advantaged backgrounds. Home to predominantly single mums, their children and some extended family...
Many local animals shelters are in desperate need of caring animal lovers to assist with the maintenance and care of unwanted animals.
Encourage children to learn and grow creatively. Be embraced by and become an important part of the local community.
Join us to help protect this beautiful jungle-like forest and to create a safe environment for the kiwi!
Join us and volunteer to Rescue, research and Rehabilitate different species of Sea Turtles at Australia's Amazing Great Barrier reef!
Empower local children by bringing education and awareness to local communities where socioeconomic issues prevent a strong public school curriculum.
This dedicated wildlife rescue and rehabilitation group raises and cares for injured and orphaned wildlife. the animals are released back into their natural environment.
Work alongside a dedicated team at a wildlife park whose goal is to conserve & care for Australia’s native wildlife and ensure that visitors have a grand experience!
Volunteer now and get the chance to be up close & personal with Australia’s native animals especially Koalas and work along experienced & highly trained wildlife keepers!
Learn about New Zealand’s unique native flora and fauna and participate and complete hands-on conservation work in different forests!