Wildlife Volunteering Australia

Our Australia wildlife volunteering programs focus on the wildlife trade and welfare of wildlife in South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe. Illegal wildlife trade is a multi-billion-dollar a year industry that is destroying our planet. The Global Guardians Conservation Fund was started to help battle the threat these actions impose on the environment by promoting conservation efforts for wildlife. We put great importance on honesty, passion, commitment, integrity and fairness, which we apply to our business actions. We firmly believe that wildlife volunteering in Australia and overseas has a great impact on both parties involved. With so much to gain from this experience from discovering new cultures to getting up close and personal with wildlife and preservation efforts. Our team help make this process achievable through:

  • Ongoing Support
  • Donation Advice
  • Anti-Poaching Options
  • Travel & Volunteering Advice
  • Ranger Placement
  • Book From Anywhere

Our Rhino & Elephant Conservation Program

Our Australia wildlife volunteering program provides unique opportunities for an extraordinary experience in Zimbabwe. Working on a 10,000-acre family-run African conservancy, you will live close to black and white rhinos, elephants, buffalo, giraffes and more. Hear incredible stories, learn history, witness animal relationships, help with research projects and the anti-poaching unit. With no two days being the same, the experiences and memories you’ll create are endless. When each day of hard work ends, know that you’ve helped maintain the wildlife sanctuary towards a continued future. We make the planning seamless and stress-free for volunteers interested in the Rhino and Elephant Conservation Program. Monitoring Elephants behaviour and performing Rhino patrol is just a snippet into what to expect from this program.

  • Located in Zimbabwe
  • 1-8 Weeks
  • Starting from USD 900
  • Accommodation Provided
  • Airport Pickup
  • Food Provided

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need previous experience to help?
Previous Australia wildlife volunteering experience is not necessary but can be beneficial. The training and experiences are suited to people from all backgrounds and experience levels, so don’t hesitate if you have no experience.

Do I need a Visa for these programs?
The wildlife volunteering Australia programs take place in South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe, with most nationalities able to enter and complete the program on a tourist visa. However, if you wish to volunteer for a longer period you can apply for a volunteer visa.

Is there an age limit to participate in the anti-poaching training?
While there is no age limit, it is recommended that you are fit and healthy to undergo the training. The training is mentally and physically challenging, so we reserve the right to refuse an application if we deem it to be inappropriate for the applicant.

Become a Global Guardian today and take part in our wildlife conservation programs with our wildlife volunteering Australia. Help wild animals and sanctuaries in South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe. For a life-changing experience contact us today on +61 400 769 360.