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Conservation Volunteers Australia

Conservation Volunteers was founded in Australia in 1982, and expanded operations to New Zealand in 2006. Involving over 10,000 volunteers every year, Conservation Volunteers is a leader in delivery of practical conservation programs, community involvement and a range of training programs.

Conservation Volunteers has offices in 23 locations around Australia and New Zealand, and offers volunteer opportunities every week of the year. Conservation Volunteers has been recognised with many significant awards including the United Nations’ Environment Program Global 500, 6 Banksia Environmental Foundation Awards, and Ecotourism Australia’s Ecotourism Award 2009.

Conservation Volunteers Australia is a Registered Training Organisation.