Volunteering

River Guardians volunteers can take part in skilled volunteering projects. Volunteers can receive training in a number of projects ranging from planting at foreshore restoration sites, to being the eyes on our rivers and becoming a Dolphin Watcher. Visit the Dolphin Watch section to find out how you can volunteer and contribute to new scientific discoveries on bottlenose dolphins in our rivers.

When you become a River Guardians member you will receive invitations to be involved in various volunteer projects and you can be involved as little or as much as you like.

There are also many community groups looking for volunteers to take part in hands-on activities that help to protect our rivers. The River Guardians program is committed to supporting the important work that these organisations and groups do. Volunteer projects include planting, weeding, drain stencilling, and rubbish removal.

Keep an eye on our ‘What’s On’ section or contact River Guardians community@dbca.wa.gov.au to find out more. You can also visit one of the following community websites to get directly involved.

Become a member today!

Volunteering information

Code of Conduct

Health and Safety Induction Information