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Volunteer position now available

We are looking for someone skilled in transferring VHS videotapes to digital format. The work would be at the AKF offices, Brisbane.

If this interests you please get in touch. Email: akf@savethekoala.com

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Volunteer position now available

We are looking for someone skilled in Heritage Conservation.

If this interests you please get in touch. Email: akf@savethekoala.com

Non-profits like the AKF rely on volunteers to make things happen – they’re our lifeblood!

The AKF is always on the lookout for enthusiastic, dedicated volunteers to help us out in many different areas. We don’t have many prerequisites, but you must have a willingness to learn, and a passion for wanting to help save Koalas!

It’s important for you to come to the AKF with a clear purpose. This is so your and our time isn’t wasted, and we can maximise your enthusiasm and skills best for our mission.

If you are interested, please email a copy of your CV, and a brief statement about how you think you can help the Koala, to akf@savethekoala.com.

We have volunteers come from all over the world, and from all walks of life. You don’t need any qualifications, just an open mind. We are never short of things to do in our office, so you will never be bored! We are open to suggestions as to how you think you can help.

The AKF office is located in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, and our bush property Quinlans is about 1.5 hours drive from here.

The AKF office is located in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, in Queensland. We are an organisation based on science and research. We do not deal hands-on with sick and injured Koalas. 

Kate (& Buster) volunteers at our bush property, Quinlans.

Ruth, a volunteer from the USA (left)

Please note: volunteers are required to organise their own accommodation and visas. 

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