Mount Barker Community Centre
Mount Barker Community Centre is a not-for-profit, independent organisation located in the heart of Mount Barker SA. The Community Centre offers local community members opportunities to connect with each other through a variety of responsive and inclusive programs, events and volunteer roles across the region. The Community Centre is responsive to local community need and works to address gaps and unmet needs through innovation and collaboration.
Prospect Hill Historical Museum
The Prospect Hill Historical Museum offers visitors a unique glimpse into the past.
Built in 1872 by George T Griggs, who was the original postmaster for Prospect Hill, the Museum holds the original post office and local shop.
The building known as the Ann Russell Home, houses room settings depicting early pioneer life with a parlour, kitchen, two bedrooms and a room housing photographs.
The original 1940’s dairy shows the history of the milking industry.
The rebuilt barn houses the Ash Wednesday Bushfire Memorial, RSL/CWA/Scout exhibits. There is also a working blacksmith’s shop and the original Meadows School house.
Flag Tree Reserve houses the Engine Shed with a large collection of transport, logging and farming history and working engines.
The Prospect Hill Historical Museum is cared for by a group of volunteers and the Prospect Hill Community Association who are dedicated to the legacy wish of the Griggs family - to continue to show the history of Prospect Hill’s pioneer days.
The Stirling Players Inc
Come and join us at The Stirling Players
Getting involved with a theatre group is unlike almost any other volunteering role. For a start, there are no specific age, gender or skills requirements, and there’s a wide range of activities to get involved in.
What’s more you can devote a little time or a lot of time as your life allows.
We would love to hear from you
Variety of Volunteer Roles available
Woodhouse Adventure Park
Woodhouse Adventure Park is a not-for-profit leader in youth development and outdoor education that provides screen free fun for families, scout groups, schools and special occasions. Run by Scouts SA for the last 65 years, Woodhouse Adventure Park's beautiful 54-hectare property is largely maintained by a talented and hard-working group of volunteers.
In fact, many of the things at Woodhouse is known and loved for - from the awesome activities to beautifully maintained gardens and freshly cut camping fields - would simply not be possible without volunteers.
A dedicated band of Volunteers at Woodhouse (run by Scouts SA, based on a 54-hectare property in Piccadilly) helps when and where they can, and new volunteers are very welcome!
Where better to spend a few hours than on a beautiful property, surrounded by the sounds of nature, kids having fun, and enjoying great company from like-minded people.
The volunteering options are endless, including:
- Tuesday work group conducting all sorts of general maintenance, including Challenge Hill obstacle course
- Gardening group
- Mowing and tractor work
Along with having a great time there is the satisfaction that you are contributing to a not-for-profit organisation supporting youth development and the wider community. There’s no commitment, just come up when you can.
If you are interested, or just want to know more please get in touch by emailing email@example.com us a call 83393333.