Conservation volunteer


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Turtle conservation Papua New Guinea


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Wildlife Conservation


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Cape York Clean Up, Parley beach clean up


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No Limit Adventures has teamed up with partners with a high commitment to environmental sustainability, to offer a number of unique programs with conservation volunteering opportunities. 

Spend your volunteer holiday in Cairns and enjoy our 12-day program that combines the adventure of diving with marine conservation on the Great Barrier Reef. This unique dive and marine conservation program, comes under the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority’s (GBRMPA) powerful monitoring program called Eye on the Reef. It is designed for people interested in scuba diving, volunteering, environmental sustainability and marine conservation.

While taking part in our Great Barrier Reef Marine Conservation program your first task is to learn to dive and become a certified diver on the Great Barrier Reef. If you have never dived before your journey with scuba diving starts with you Open Water course. For anyone already certified we offer the opportunity to take your diving to the next level - become an Advanced Open Water diver, do your Nitrox course or even your Rescue level.
Once you are certified and as a marine conservation volunteer, complete a number of underwater Rapid Monitoring surveys with your dedicated Eco-guide. Your task will be to collect valuable information on reef health, marine animals and incidents on the Great Barrier Reef. As a result information you collect will help the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) build their knowledge of the health and resilience, and the risks to that resilience, on the Great Barrier Reef.

Join the small, yet passionate team at Lissenung Island Turtle Conservation and help save sea turtles. This unique turtle conservation program will take you into remote Papua New Guinea. Stay on a magical island and help the team collect data on turtle nests, assist with relocation of turtle nests as well as other activities such as beach clean-ups, education and reef monitoring. Visit this tropical paradise and enjoy a volunteering and turtle conservation adventure of a lifetime.

The Australian Quoll Conservancy (AQC) is a non-profit organization responsible for educating, creating and supporting wildlife conservation efforts on all quoll species in Australia. The AQC is in desperate need of volunteers to assist with their conservation efforts. Become a part of the AQC team and experience an off-the-beaten-track North Queensland volunteering program including nature, wildlife and adventure.

Parley is a global organization dedicated to collaborating on projects that will help get rid of rubbish from our beaches. This is an amazing volunteering program combining adventure in a remote region of Australia with a beach clean-up of one of the area's hotspots for rubbish.

Our programs are designed for small groups of like-minded people looking for ways to help the environment. We will be working together to ensure each conservation volunteer walks away with a great deal of self-fulfillment from participating in our unique conservation programs in North Queensland and beyond. Your involvement will contribute to the long-term protection of the reef, rainforest and wildlife.