Conservation Volunteers New Zealand

Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, West Coast
All year round

Make a real difference today by volunteering

Conservation Volunteers New Zealand welcomes people with a love of the outdoors and an interest in the environment to get involved. Volunteers include students, professionals, international visitors, retirees, schools, corporate groups, in fact almost anybody can get involved. You don’t need any prior skills or experience, just a reasonable level of health and fitness. Also multi-week volunteering projects are available across Aotearoa New Zealand. These projects are a chance for volunteers to restore habitats, meet new friends and be immersed in nature. Team leaders run each project with food and accommodation are all included, with our kept to a minimum. They’re great for locals and international visitors alike

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