Volunteer to Help Koalas

Port Stephens Koala Hospital relies on a team of dedicated volunteers who provide support in a variety of roles to ensure our number one priority of rescuing and caring for sick and injured koalas and other wildlife, can be maintained.

The APPLICATION FORM at the bottom of this page and Volunteer Induction Training resumes in February this year.

Volunteers are needed in many areas throughout the organisation and we welcome anyone who can contribute – 
from just a few hours per month to several hours per week. To become a volunteer, you must be 16 years
of age or older.

To find out more, click on any of the volunteer roles below.  If you wish to apply for a role to meet the requirements
of a study course, please use the applications for Work Experience or Work Placement.  These applications can be found by clicking the appropriate role.

There is always plenty to do around PSKH so if you have a skill or interest not listed above that may 
be of benefit to us, we would love to hear from you about it.

When you have submitted your application, you will receive a call from one of our friendly Volunteer
Coordinators who will explain the next steps including how to complete our online induction quiz, details
on attending an onsite visit and training in your area(s) of interest.

The Port Stephens Koala and Wildlife Preservation Society Ltd Constitution requires that all volunteers be
financial and thus you will need to pay a $10 (annual) fee upon completion of your training.

Still interested in Volunteering?  APPLY NOW