Zara Clark Museum Charters Towers - National Trust Volunteer Program


Are you interested in joining our friendly volunteer team at Charters Towers?  The Zara Clark Museum has an impressive collection of photographs, artefacts and heritage machinery, where visitors can learn about gold history and all the stories of this regional town that will intrigue everyone from history buffs to young children. 

Our passionate volunteers relay the stories of what life was like in Charters Towers when 15,000 soldiers were based there during WWI and WWII.  Escort and entrance our visitors as they tour through the displays featuring agricultural, mining and medical equipment, some of it still in working order.

Interested in volunteering?

We have a range of volunteering opportunities available at this special property. There is sure to be something that appeals to you!

To get started - please click on the green rectangle " FILL IN AN APPLICATION", and enter your details.


Need more information?

Please contact the friendly Heritage Site Coordinator on 07 4787 3672.









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Mission Statement

Our Mission:

To conserve and advance our natural and cultural heritage for future generations.