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Conservation Volunteers Australia

Location: 6a/15 Dampier Terrace, Broome WA 6725, Australia

Connecting people with our environment

To learn more about CVA's exciting dry season and turtle projects visit our website www.conservationvolunteers.com.au

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Description

Click here to visit our website

Phone: 08 9192 6198

Established in Victoria in 1982, Conservation Volunteers now has a network of 28 offices across Australia and New Zealand.

During the Dry Season (April till October) CVA's Broome Office runs conservation projects throughout the Kimberley and Pilbara. Our project partners include Parks & Wildlife, private eco retreats, wildlife conservancies and Indigenous Ranger groups.

In the Wet Season CVA in Broome focuses on monitoring turtle activity along Eco Beach area.

Conservation Volunteers is renowned for its commitment to providing fantastic positive experiences for volunteers, with the aim of 'Connecting People with our Environment"

News

Upcoming Projects in 2016

Join the CVA team on our weekly projects in Broome for free! Help us and our partners (SKIPA, Environs Kimberley, Yawuru Rangers) on a significant invasive species management project to conserve and protect Minyirr Park. Our team is also supporting our local vulnerable wildlife and helping establish a wildlife rehabilitation centre while simultaneously learning about important cultural and ecological management of the land. Activities for these projects will include weed management, track maintenance, green waste removal, building enclosures for injured wildlife and setting up a vegetable garden to plant food for wildlife. Beautiful bushland, great experience, fun and social! Join Today!

Mornington Sanctuary: 28th of April – 3rd of May

Located in the heart of the Central Kimberley Bioregion, Mornington Sanctuary covers more than 3,000 km2 of spectacular gorges and tropical savannah dominated by the Fitzroy River and King Leopold Ranges. The sanctuary is recognised as one of the last true wildness areas and protects a range of ecosystems associated with the tropical savanna of northern Australia, including open eucalypt woodlands, savanna grasslands, rocky, spinifex-clad ranges, and fire-protected wet gullies. Join us on a six day adventure to experience these stunning locations and wildlife unique to the Kimberley region, while participating in hands-on conservation projects at Mornington Station.