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Around 4.4 million Australians make a difference in their local community by volunteering each year, doing various tasks for a wide range of not-for-profit organisations.

You can experience working for causes that you are interested in or assist in creating change in areas that are important to you. You can build new skills, meet new people and add variety to your work experience.

Logan Art Gallery volunteers

Logan Art Gallery volunteers assist in a number of duties from reception and catering tasks to helping with the careful installation of exhibitions. All ages are welcome.

Contact the Art Gallery Assistant on 07 3412 5228.

Bushcare volunteers

Bushcare volunteers work in Council bushland parks to restore and maintain bushland. All you need is a keen interest in caring for bushland.

View more information on Bushcare and complete the application form.

Home library service volunteers

This service requires volunteer couriers to transport resources (e.g. books, videos, CDs, magazines) to and from Logan residents who are unable to access a library independently.

Volunteers must hold a current driver's licence, or have a licensed driver accompany them. Volunteers can make a difference by working for as little as two hours per month.

Please contact 07 3412 4147 for more information.

Logan City Council Libraries volunteers

Logan City Council Libraries deliver many services and programs with the help of volunteers.

Find more information on volunteering opportunities or discuss your volunteering interest with the Regional or Digital Services Librarian at your closest Logan City Council Library.

Honorary Park Rangers

The Logan Honorary Park Rangers Association is a group of volunteers who assist Logan City Council's full time Rangers.

Honorary Park Rangers work in Logan Urban and Bushland Parks, monitoring park usage, reporting illegal use and educating public on the appropriate use of Logan's parks.

Honorary Park Rangers were formed with the purpose of sharing information and discussing common problems in parks with Council Rangers, offering input and recommendations to the ongoing management of parks.

The association meets 4 times a year, to put forward ideas and receive information relating to parks within Logan. Often a guest speaker may be invited to our meetings to talk on various topics relating to our environment.

Anyone can be involved with the Honorary Park Rangers association, if you are over 18 years old and have no previous criminal convictions and are able to obtain a working with children blue card. If your application is successful you will automatically become a Member of the Association.

Contact the Park Ranger on 07 3412 5338 to request more information and a registration form.

Mayes Cottage Custodians

Volunteers are needed to work at Mayes Cottage, Kingston, providing information and guided tours for visitors to this heritage listed cottage. Volunteers need to be at least 18 years of age. No maximum age limit applies.

Please contact 07 3412 4147 for more information.