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Ivory’s Rock Volunteer Opportunities

Collaboration, Kindness, Clarity = Enjoyment

At Ivory’s Rock, we are currently looking for help in the following ways:


From time to time there are projects that can be fulfilled online. If you have time, a reliable internet connection and above average internet and microsoft office skills email to see whether there are any current opportunities.

Learning and Development

Training and facilitation

The Learning and Development team is an initiative of Ivory’s Rock Foundation Board. Since 2019 they have been devising and conducting workshops aimed at fostering a welcoming and supportive culture at Ivory’s Rock. Expressions of interest are open to volunteers with specific training/facilitation skills. email your expression of interest to

Peak Organics

Peak Organics is the small fruit and vegetable farm at Ivory’s Rock. Produce is sold to staff, volunteers, and regular customers and profits donated to support Ivory’s Rock. Peak Organics has the following virtual volunteering opportunity on offer.


Peak Organics is excluded from the Council’s Fire Ant programme because of its organic (and Biodynamic) status. Research is needed on effective organic alternatives. If you have an interest in sustainability and natural farming methods this could be for you. email



Visitors and clients often comment on the beautiful environment of Ivory’s Rock. The care and attention donated by volunteers year-round shows in the presentation of our grounds and buildings. Good general fitness and reliability are the key requirements for grounds/maintenance helpers. A variety of tasks are available such as watering, weeding, mulching. email to


Reliable, skilled carpenters/handypersons are always welcome to express their interest in helping out. As at January 2022 there are a number of projects available. You will need to show demonstrated skills or qualifications, have your own transport, and to be absolutely reliable. email to


Grounds is currently looking for committed and enthusiastic volunteers to help with mowing. Areas to be mowed vary depending on event and accommodation bookings as well as how fast the grass is growing. Ideally you will have experience of operating a large ride-on mower though this is not essential, and will have regular day/s and time/s available. email to


Working Bees and Other Projects

There will be a Working Bee at the Pavilion on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th of March.

This is the start of a beautification project and will involve planting native and scented vines on the mesh fences. All levels of fitness are welcome and accommodation may be available if you live some distance away.

Snacks and drinks provided. Lunch is B.Y.O.

Your contact for this project is Margaret, contactable 0438 173 657 or

Watch this space for the next dates.

Get in touch

If you see nothing here but have the time and enthusiasm to help please contact to discuss.

Thank you for you interest.