Volunteer at the environment centres
Share your passion for Brisbane's natural environment, learn about the reserves around you and give back to your community by volunteering at one of Brisbane City Council's environment centres.
Volunteering provides an excellent opportunity to share knowledge, learn new skills and meet new people from diverse backgrounds.
Brisbane City Council has three environment centres across Brisbane, at Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre, Downfall Creek Bushland Centre and Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre. There are a variety of volunteer roles at the centres, including:
- greeting and visitor engagement
- delivering interactive activities and workshops for visitors
- leading interpretive guided walks
- leading bush kindy guided walks and scavenger hunts
- providing event and activity support
- maintaining and supporting Council's community composting hubs and free native plant nursery.
Interested in volunteering?
To learn more about the volunteer roles, or to find out what roles environment centres are currently recruiting for, register via our online volunteer portal. Once registered, you can submit an expression of interest for a volunteer role.
For more information, email the Environment Centre volunteer program team.