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Ways you can volunteer with Adelaide Hills Council

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

We manage two community centres: Torrens Valley Community Centre in Gumeracha, and The Summit Community Centre at Norton Summit.

Fabrik Arts + Heritage
Fabrik brings together arts, history, and the community through exhibitions, artist studios, heritage interpretations, artists in residence, and cultural events. Visit Fabrik's website to learn more.

Fabrik Arts + Heritage is located at the heritage listed former Onkaparinga Woollen Mill in Lobethal.

Hills Home and Community Support
Assist older residents of the Adelaide Hills to learn new skills, foster friendships and have fun. Visit our Seniors page for information on our program.

Hills Home and Community Support operates out of our Positive Ageing Centre in Woodside.

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

We have three library branches: Coventry Library in Stirling, Woodside Library, and Gumeracha Library, as well as a mobile library service.

Youth Development
Become involved with youth-oriented activities and events across the district, and extend your skills. Projects and programs aim to be by young people, for young people. See our Youth Leadership Program page for more information.

Applying to volunteer is easy

Six steps: find a role, apply, interview, background checks, induction, get started.Button: Search our volunteer opportunities

To find out more you can download our volunteering brochure, or download an application form and apply today!
Send your completed application to volunteer@ahc.sa.gov.au or PO Box 44, Woodside SA 5244.

Click here to read our Frequently Asked Questions.

Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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