Volunteer with us

Forestry Australia is an active professional association and community.

At any one time there are over 50 volunteers serving Forestry Australia as part of a committee, as a Director or on a project specific working group.

The benefits of volunteering with Forestry Australia include:

  • Serving and assisting the forest profession and forest growing community
  • Extending your forestry networks and participate in a professional forestry community
  • Opportunities to develop skills and experience
  • Volunteering can assist with your professional and personal development
  • Growing your awareness of the issues and opportunities in the sector
  • Volunteering looks great on a resume!!

Volunteers can expect to participate in 4 – 5 committee meetings (face to face or via video conference) each year and on average spend two – three additional hours each month working in their areas of interest. In line with good governance principles we are seeking individuals with a variety of skills and experiences.

Current Opportunities

If you are a member and have a passion for the forestry profession or growing trees, Forestry Australia invites you to consider volunteering for one of the following opportunities.

Expressions of Interest | Archivist

Forestry Australia is calling for expressions of interest  (EOI) for a volunteer to serve as our Archivist. The purpose of the Archivist is to devise policies for the appropriate and safe storage or disposal of records and artifacts in accordance with best archival practice, legal requirements and in line with Forestry Australia resources; support Forestry Australia’s compliance of these policies and liaise with archivists of the Noel Butlin Archive Centre regarding receipt, selection and storage of Forestry Australia records.  Please send EOI to Jodi admin@forestry.org.au

Expressions of Interest close: Close of business Monday 11 March