Welcome to the Volunteer Ranger Program Portal
So you’re interested in becoming a volunteer ranger?
Volunteering is a great way to experience South Australia's magnificent parks network while providing a valuable volunteer service to park visitors and national park staff.
The Volunteer Ranger Program provides opportunities for South Australians with a passion for the environment to get involved in activities that help support the management of our parks and reserves, and connect people to nature.
Volunteers will be required to undergo a Working With Children Check and National Police Certificate before commencing volunteer duties.
Volunteers will be provided with all the support and training required to be able to complete volunteer tasks safely and competently.
Please read through the Volunteer Ranger Role Description.
To find out more about Working With Children Check's (WWCC) go to screening.sa.gov.au.
To find out more about a National Police Clearance (NPC) go to police.sa.gov.au/services-and-events/apply-for-a-police-record-check.
Please note: Our Adelaide-based pool of volunteer rangers is currently full, and we are focused on recruiting people living in regional areas.
Volunteer rangers will need to commit to the following:
Parks Involved in the Program
The Volunteer Ranger Program is a new initiative developed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia initially piloted at Morialta Conservation Park and Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park. However, the program has been expanded into more parks over time.
To find out more about some of our participating parks, please click below:
Please fill out the application form above to apply