Volunteering is a great opportunity to contribute to the local community, make new friends, develop new skills and have fun!
Volunteers at Wagga Wagga City Council are fundamental to the successful provision of our much needed services and programs. The vital contribution of volunteers enables us to reach out to more people. Volunteers provide an invaluable contribution to the community.
Where can I apply?
Council welcomes Volunteer Applications for a wide variety of organisational areas, events and initiatives all year round, see examples below. So what are you waiting for...get involved!
- Glenfield Road Animal Shelter
- Town Planning
- Community Services
- Events & Visitor Economy
- Media and Communications
- Botanic Gardens Zoo
- Building Surveying
- Parks & Gardens
- Art Gallery
- Home Library Service
How to Apply
- Download and complete the Volunteer Application Form.
- Complete a one (1) page covering letter outlining your skills and/or experience and why you would like to volunteer with Council.
- Submit your application form and covering letter to:
PO Box 20|
WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650
- Upon submission, Volunteer Application Forms will be forwarded to Council's People & Culture Division.
- The People & Culture Division will review all applications and forward to the relevant supervisor within Council for consideration.
- The relevant supervisor may contact you to discuss your volunteer application.
- Volunteers will be notified in writing (either via email or letter) regarding the status of their application within approximately four (4) weeks from the date of receipt.
- If approved, volunteers will be required to complete Council's Work Health & Safety and Code of Conduct online training modules prior to commencing. Please note, for some areas of Council you may also be required to obtain a vaccination shot or WHS general construction induction card (white) prior to commencement.
For more information please see Council's Volunteer Application and Approval Process.
Please note, while every attempt will be made to accommodate volunteering requests, there may be occasions where this is not possible due to operational requirements, staffing levels or volunteer places may have reached full capacity.
Volunteer Safety Handbook
Wagga Wagga City Council is committed to the health, safety and welfare of its volunteers. Volunteer organisations, such as sporting groups, individuals and project groups that perform work on Council premises or workplaces are required to comply with the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and Council's Work Health and Safety Policies and Procedures.