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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​In accordance with work, health, and safety legislation we acknowledge our responsibility to ensure programs are carefully evaluated, managed, and supported to deliver enjoyable experiences along with positive health and wellbeing outcomes for participants. 

Current Vacancies & Expressions of Interest​​​​​​​

Volunteer Expressions of Interest (EOI) are currently being called for the following:​

Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service

​The Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania (NRE Tas) is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the Bi-annual Bird Count Program at Moulting Lagoon Game Reserve, Tasmania.

If you would like express your interest to join the ever popular, Moulting Lagoon bird count, planned for Tuesday 23 July 2024, download the Expression of Interest document​ to find out more. ​

​​​Fishcare

The Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania (NRE Tas) is calling for Expressions of Interest for Fishcare Tasmania Volunteers to assist with the roll out of community engagement programs for recreational fishers and the wider community.

Download the Expression of Interest document to find out more.

For further information, please contact the Regional Fishcare Coordinators.  

Fishcare Volunteers North 

Fishcare Coordinator North 

171 Westbury Road Launceston TAS 7250 ​

Phone: 0417 355 652 

Email: fishcarenorth@nre.tas.gov.au 


Fishcare Volunteers South 

Fishcare Coordinator South 

134 Macquarie St Hobart TAS 7000 

Phone: 03 6165 3039 

Email: fishcaresouth@nre.tas.gov.au​

​​Gene​​​​​ral expressions of interest

​Registering as a volunteer will enable you to indicate your areas of interest and ensure are informed of volunteering activities and opportunities with the Department. ​

​​Why b​​ecome a volunteer​​?

Volunteers are a valued part of our organisation, providing their time, skills, and knowledge freely and willingly, complementing our existing resources, but not replacing paid positions. 

We are grateful for the support of our volunteers, who add considerable value to Departmental programs and will continue to identify and provide opportunities for the public to get involved to partner with us to care for the Tasmanian environment. ​​​​

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