Wyndham City

Volunteering at Wyndham City Council

Volunteering is time willingly given for the common good and without financial gain.’ - Volunteering Australia

If you need to complete a number of hours to satisfy a secondary/tertiary course requirement, please email employmentpathways@wyndham.vic.gov.au or visit Employment Pathways - Bright Futures.

We have a variety of volunteer programs and roles. Use the search panel to view current opportunities and find out more about each role. To apply, click the blue 'fill in an application' button, create your Better Impact User Account and complete the online form. Depending on your skills and experience, we may invite you to an informal interview. If successful, we do screening checks and provide you with training. Please note that you need an email address to create your Better Impact account. If you don't have an email address, or need help to apply, contact us on 1300 023 411 or email  volunteers@wyndham.vic.gov.au.

We encourage you to return to this page to view new opportunities. There are also many organisations in our community that have volunteer opportunities, from small community groups to large not-for-profit organisations. Click Volunteering in the Wyndham Community for more information.  

To apply for a FREE Victorian Working with Children Check (Volunteer Card) click here.

Community Training Calendar 

The Community Training Calendar provides learning and development opportunities for Wyndham residents, volunteers, community leaders, community groups and not-for-profit organisations. Click here for more information.

Wyndham City

Acknowledgement of Country

Wyndham City Council recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Custodians of the lands on which Australia was founded.  We acknowledge the Bunurong and Wadawurrung people as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which Wyndham is being built. We pay respect to Ancestors and Elders who always have, and always will, care for Country and community today and for future generations.

Child Safe Organisation

Wyndham City Council are committed to safeguarding children under the age of 18 while enabling their participation as valued members of our community. We recognise the importance of child safety in the provision of quality community services. All children and young people who attend services, programs, events, and community spaces have a right to feel safe, be safe, and be heard. We will maintain a child safe environment, and value a culture of safety within Council and its operations.


We strive to serve the best interests of the Wyndham community by providing quality services; managing growth; and supporting residents to lead healthy, safe, vibrant and productive lives, while protecting our local environment.


PEOPLE are the centre of what we do. We are ACCOUNTABLE to each other and the community. We embrace new ideas and BETTER ways of working. We create a safe and INCLUSIVE workplace.

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