Be part of the University's vibrant and diverse volunteer community.
Volunteering is an easy way to have fun while working for positive change. Employers love seeing volunteering on resumes, and it’s a great way to make new friends and connect with a cause you’re passionate about. There are opportunities to volunteer in Ecoversity-led, University-led and community-led environmental activities.
Field work - Forktree Project
Friday's from 9.30am to 3.30pm
Help restore and reforest an area of degraded farmland near Carrickalinga to help combat climate change and biodiversity loss. Contribute to an important conservation initiative, work alongside like-minded people to learn new skills, and learn from revered environmental scientist and acclaimed adventurer, Tim Jarvis.
Transport from the North Terrace campus is available for limited Ecoversity-led field work days. On all other Friday's, volunteers must provide their own transport to the property. The Forktree Volunteers Facebook Group is a useful place to discuss carpooling options.
Learn more about The Forktree Project.
All staff and students must register through the University's official volunteering program. Read the position description and link to the registration page.
Gardening, planting, weeding, pruning, plant propagation, land preparation and clearing, and other field work opportunities are available at Waite campus, and at various sites off-campus. Volunteering roles change regularly and are dependent on seasonal activities, research projects and other community initiatives.
On most occasions, volunteers must provide their own transport to the field work sites.
Read about available positions on the University of Adelaide volunteering website.
Adelaide Bike Kitchen
Wednesday's from 5.00pm to 8.00pm and Saturday's from 12.00pm to 4.00pm
Lend your bike mechanic and/or cooking skills to weekly workshops that support members of the community in developing their DIY maintenance ability, and improving bicycle education.
For more information visit the Adelaide Bike Kitchen website or speak to one of the ABK bike mechanics on the North Terrace campus. The pop-up shop is located in the Hub western courtyard and open from 10am to 3pm Tuesday to Thursday during semester time.
Conservation Volunteers Australia
Join Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) for volunteering opportunities.
Revive the Wetlands - Through activities such as planting, watering, weeding, mulching and rubbish removal, volunteers have the opportunity to assist in enhancing and rehabilitating Adelaide's precious wetlands.
Connect with Conservation Volunteers Australia and find out more about volunteering events and opportunities.