It' s hard to tell who is having more fun, Park Volunteer Paul Shepherd or the colourful rainbow lorikeets, regular visitors to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
It' s hard to tell who is having more fun, Park Volunteer Paul Shepherd or the colourful rainbow lorikeets, regular visitors to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Retirees encouraged to apply for Currumbin volunteer roles

IF YOU are a fit and active people-person keen to assist within our beautiful Gold Coast community, why not consider a position as a Park Volunteer at the iconic Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary?

A popular stop for locals and tourists of all ages and nationalities, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is looking for friendly Park Volunteers. Interested retirees are encouraged to apply, with applications for the next course closing 31st July.

Familiarise yourself with the park and the Volunteer Program by visiting www.cws.org.au.

Happy to help with any related queries are Harold and Margaret on 0755 340 819.


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