Eurobodalla Shire Council manages and supports more than 700 volunteers. We are always interested in more enthusiastic volunteers!
Read about the different programs that we run with volunteers and then register online to let us know what you're interested in.
You can volunteer for one or multiple programs that interest you.
Support services for seniors
Volunteers support older community members to get out and about at social groups, activities and individual outings.
Support services for people with disabilities
Volunteers assist with recreational and social activities for groups and individuals, helping people to learn new skills and to connect with their community.
The Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre
Connect with the vibrant local arts community by becoming a Bas volunteer. The passionate Bas volunteer team assist with general gallery duties and provide support for artist talks, exhibition opening nights and other special events.
Community Transport volunteers drive residents long and short distances in order to assist them in travelling to and from medical appointments, grocery shopping and other important appointments.
Ydrive Learner Driver Mentor Program
Help disadvantaged young people become safe drivers and record the 120 hours they need to log get their P-plates. All you need is a current NSW Driver's licence. Ydrive provides you with training and a vehicle.
Hands-on projects to protect and repair the environment, including planting, weeding, collecting litter, hosting education events and other activities.
Marine Debris Working Group
Divers, fishers, surfers, school groups, conservation groups and scientists from Eurobodalla and the ACT who work together to clean up and stop marine debris from entering our waterways.
Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden
Ideal for people interested in gardening, conservation and education activities to increase conservation awareness among the wider community.
Moruya Library and arts centre drought resistant garden
If you have a green thumb and a love of native plants, you can join a friendly bunch of gardening enthusiasts and Landcare volunteers in caring for the new Moruya Library and arts centre drought resistant garden.
By joining the program you can support isolated residents impacted by the bushfires to reconnect with their community and improve their health and wellbeing.
Volunteers will be encouraged to attend a free mental health first aid training course. Specialist training in mentoring and participatory support is available to eligible volunteers.