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Native Fauna and Wildlife Conservation Group - Community Volunteers

28th July 2020
Council is seeking expressions of interest for a new conservation group.

The City of Victor Harbor is seeking expressions interest from suitably qualified persons within our community to participate as volunteers in the Native Fauna and Wildlife Conservation Group which is planned to be established by Council.

Mainly consisting of community volunteers, the aim of this group will be to significantly increase household knowledge of native fauna species management and conservation, and a commitment to managing feral and domestic predator populations.

One of the first tasks of this group will be to develop a Terms of Reference with the aim for it to become self-directing after a time.

A level of ongoing support will be provided by Council with regard to networking contacts, educational opportunities, possible grant options and operational guidance.

Submit your expression of interest to be a community volunteer

Apply to be a part of this group by completing an expression of interest form which is available online at here or can be collected in hard copy at the Civic Centre, 1 Bay Road, Victor Harbor.

Once you have completed the form, please return it attention to the Manger, Public Safety and Regulation:

  • By post: City of Victor Harbor, PO Box 11, Victor Harbor SA 5211
  • By email:
  • In person: Civic Centre, 1 Bay Road, Victor Harbor

Applications close at 5pm on Friday, 14 August 2020.

The number of places available for this group are limited and this means there will be good people who may miss out. Please be assured that you can still play a part in the group – there will be opportunities for you to get involved through other means including presentations, education and field operations.

More information

If you want to find out more about what is involved in being a community volunteer for this group email or call 8551 0500.