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Volunteer in Australasia

Travel in Australasia, the region of the world consisting of Australia, the Fiji Islands, and New Zealand, and volunteer for its unique wildlife. From koalas to wallabies, this is your chance to volunteer and discover first-hand the Australian outback. Based on years of practice and in-depth field reports, GoEco currently works with an excellent and affordable wildlife project located in varying locations throughout Australasia. Why not make this volunteer opportunity part of your gap year in Australasia? read more
Volunteer at Australia’s only Heritage Listed wildlife sanctuary, situated in natural bushland, alive with native wildlife. The local team provides a lifelong home for rescued animals, breeds endangered species to release and restore...
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Explore the deep waters and make a difference in marine conservation at the Great Barrier Reef! Visit a turtle rehabilitation center and collect data for important research all while receiving your PADI Open Water or PADI Advanced Open...
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Discover Fiji's underwater wonderland and become a seasoned diver, all while completing invaluable research toward local conservation initiatives.   
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Experience life in Dawasamu, a region located on the mainland island of Fiji. 
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Participate in important conservation work in beautiful New Zealand! Make new friends from around the world while learning about an amazing country and helping out practically with environmental conservation
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Come to the island of Viti Levu to inspire and motivate local children who are at the start of their school careers. Apart from teaching English, you will have a unique opportunity to get these kindergartners excited about their future!
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Discover FijiThis week-long cultural experience is the perfect way to start your volunteer abroad vacation! Meet fellow participants and future volunteers, learn about traditional customs and go sightseeing
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Volunteer with rescued, orphaned and endangered species at a wildlife park in Port Stephens, Australia
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