We are a volunteer-based organisation that depends on people like you! There are so many ways you can help. If you’d like to join us then you can subscribe here to learn about opportunities to assist in projects, from online and administration jobs through to remote fieldwork.

If you are a post-graduate student enrolled in a university and would like to undertake a study project with us, or just get some extra hands-on experience, then please contact us directly.

Options for volunteering (tick the corresponding Main Interest box in the form):

1. If you’d like to come out and help us spot koalas tick the box! We need helpers whenever we’re out trying to find and capture koalas to collar them and radio-track them for our ecological studies, and also when we’re surveying habitats for koalas or their scats. Be prepared for bushwalking in rugged terrain, it’s the Blue Mountains after all!

2. Register to join the Intrepid Koala Scat Survey in May this year. Help us to map koala habitats in SE Wollemi and the Hawkesbury area, and become a scatologist!

3. Register to volunteer to radio track koalas (conditions apply). You’ll see koalas in the wild, and observe their natural behaviour and get to know individual koalas. You’ll need to attend a training day to learn the techniques, then join an experienced tracker to fine tune your skills over two more days. You’ll also need some previous experience with off-track bushwalking. We’d love you take up the challenge and help with this important work! We require koala trackers to commit to helping for a minimum of 10 days in a year after they have completed training.

4. Register to volunteer and help online. If you can’t join in our fieldwork we often need help with social media, general administration or specialist tasks – let us know what your skills are!

Kellie and Sylvia
Photo credit: Molly Hart