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Zoos Victoria's Volunteer Program is an integral part of the organisation's goal to fight local wildlife extinction. More than 600 dedicated volunteers are part of the current program and come from all walks of life. We welcome the passion and expertise that volunteers bring to our organisation.

The Volunteer Program spans across Victoria's three zoos; Healesville Sanctuary, Melbourne Zoo and Werribee Open Range Zoo and although the volunteers perform an array of roles, their contribution is vital to improving the individual experience of every visitor.

There are a number of roles available to volunteers, from helping to guide visitors around our zoos to assisting with administration tasks. However volunteering roles do not include direct animal keeping duties.

  • Volunteer helping at Land of Parrots at Healesville Sanctuary

    Who can become a volunteer?

    To apply for a role as part of Zoos Victoria's Volunteer Program candidates must be 18 years or over, a current Zoos Victoria Member, and have completed a Working with Children Check. For most roles, there is also a minimum requirement of commitment so be sure to check out the role description when completing your application. Successful candidates accepted into the Volunteer Program will complete a training program before commencing the role at their property of choice.
     

  • Vets training at Healesville Sanctuary

    Current Opportunities

     

    Unfortunately there are no new volunteering opportunities available. Please check back again soon.

     
    Please note: We are unable to take expressions of interest outside of the recruitment period.

  • Visitors and Volunteers watching Lions at Werribee Zoo

    Current Zoos Victoria Volunteers

    Thank you for your contribution to the Volunteer Program. We think your time is precious - be sure to record all volunteering hours each week on TimeClock?
    Did you know you can keep a track of your hours, stay up to date with training module session times, get the latest zoo news and Volunteer Program updates as well as shift details via Better Impact?

 

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