Join us for volunteer work in NSW national parks to help protect Australian animals, Australian birds and Australian native plants and meet new people.
NSW national parks and the Australian animals and Australian native plants they protect benefit enormously from the help of volunteers in the community. Volunteer work is a great way to connect with our environment, meet new people, and experience some of NSW’s finest natural locations. There are many ways you can get involved - join a local bush regeneration group, get your company signed up for corporate volunteering, or become a tour guide.
Lend a hand in our national parks
Campground hosts help NSW National Parks rangers by meeting and greeting campers, helping them enjoy their park experience in our campgrounds.
Is your workplace looking for a unique outdoor experience that inspires both team-building and individual development? The NSW National Parks corporate volunteering program offers interactive volunteering experiences based in Sydney Harbour and Lane Cove national parks.
Would you like to be actively involved in helping to save threatened species in NSW from extinction? Volunteer for NSW National Parks’ threatened species projects and make a real difference to the future of our Australian animals, birds and plants.
When you sign up to volunteer for tour guiding and visitor services, you’ll be doing something for yourself as well as for the benefit of visitors to NSW national parks.
Are you a history buff longing for an outlet? Have you ever considered volunteering as a guide to share local heritage with visitors to your area? NSW National Parks invites you to join us in helping to keep our state’s precious cultural and historic sites open to the public. Becoming a historic and cultural heritage volunteer will give you an opportunity to offer guided tours and share local history with visitors.
From mountain rainforests and coastal dunes, to bird-filled wetlands and eucalyptus forests, important bush regeneration work is being carried out across NSW.