Volunteering

Volunteers make a valuable contribution to the life of our Adelaide Hills Council community. By sharing your time and expertise across a range of activities and interests you can enrich your life and the life of others.

We are always looking for volunteers of all ages, across a range of skills and different life experiences to assist us in supporting and enhancing community life.

Adelaide Hills Council Volunteering Handbook provides information about volunteering in the Hills.

How to become a volunteer

To register your interest in becoming a volunteer, complete and return an Adelaide Hills Council Volunteer Registration Form.

Contact Us for further information about volunteering in the hills.

There are volunteering opportunities in our:

Community Centres
Assist in creating a connected community. Visit the Community Centres page to see the range of services we provide.

Home and Community Services
Play a vital part in enabling residents with disabilities to maintain their independence. Visit the Home & Community Services page to see the range of services we provide.

Libraries
Socialise and network while supporting your library's services and programs. Visit the Library pages to see the range of activities and services we provide.

Positive Ageing Centre
Assist older residents to find support, learn new skills and have fun. Visit the Positive Ageing Centre page for further information on this centre.

Youth Advisory Committee
Become involved with youth oriented activities and events and extend your skills Visit our Youth Advisory Committee page for information on this committee.

Environmental Groups
Become an important member of one of the many biodiversity conservation groups active in the region. You can find a list of them here.

Adelaide Hills Climate Action Group
Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre
Aldgate Valley Landcare Group
Bush for Life
Dawesley Creek Catchment Landcare Group
Friends of Belair National Park
Friends of Black Hill and Morialta Inc
Friends of Engelbrook Reserve
Friends of Grasby Memorial Park
Friends of Lobethal Bushland Park
Friends of Mark Oliphant Conservation Park
Friends of Moore's Road
Friends of Roachdale Reserve
Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park
Friends of Stirling Linear Park
Kersbrook Landcare Group Inc.
Mid Torrens Catchment Group Inc
Mylor Parklands Bushcare Group
New Springs Landcare Group
North East Hills Environmental Conservation Association Inc
Sixth Creek Catchment Group
St Agnes Bushwalking & Natural History Club
Sturt Upper Reaches Landcare Group
Upper River Torrens Landcare Group
Upper Torrens Land Management Project

Council has an ongoing partnership with the community organisation Trees For Life (TFL), through its Bush For Life program.  TFL provide training, equipment and ongoing support to volunteers for minimal disturbance bush regeneration on some of our most precious bushland reserves (Bush For Life sites). To get involved, attend an Introduction to Bush Regeneration workshop, and/or ba Come and Try Bushcare day on a Bush For Life site. To find out more, including the latest dates for Bush Regeneration Workshops, visit the Trees for Life website.

Volunteer Newsletter

February 2016 Volunteer Vibe Newsletter
February 2015 Volunteer Vibe Newsletter
October 2014 Volunteer Vibe Newsletter