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Corporate Volunteering

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Pamper the Penguins Marine Biologist for a Day Pamper the Penguins / Citizen Science Day
Pamper The Penguins 
Help the St Kilda penguin colony by improving their habitat. Transport beach sand and seaweed to the breakwater beyond the public access gate, and plant indigenous plants
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Marine Biologist for a Day
Collect data that contributes to healthier waterways and habitats for our unique biodiversity. Engage in a shoreline shell survey, shellfish safari, and litter audit.
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Penguins & Citizen Science Day
We offer a special activity for larger groups of up to 50 people, combining our Pamper the Penguins project with our Marine Biologist for a Day activities.
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  Building Nesting Boxes for Wildlife Urban Wildlife Conservation Day  
  Building Nesting Boxes for Wildlife
Construct your very own nestbox to create habitats for local wildlife. Your completed nestboxes will be distributed to schools and community groups in the local area.
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Urban Wildlife Conservation Day
Join the EcoCentre and project partner Westgate Biodiversity with litter collections, litter audits, and planting of native vegetation in Westgate Park.
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Corporate volunteering partner of choice for


“I loved spending time outdoors with the team and helping a great cause, plus learning more about our environment and penguins.”

Victoria, Corporate Volunteer from ANZ


"By far the best corporate volunteer activity I’ve undertaken.”

Abigail, Head of Restructuring and Recovery, National Australia Bank

Mkt Communications on their corporate volunteering day

Your team will make an enormous impact to our local environment.

  • Citizen science data your team collects will be used by the Port Phillip Baykeeper in evidence-based advocacy.
  • Corporate volunteers planted 1,910 noonflower plants, moved 12 tonnes of sand and seeweed, and removed 62kg of litter from Little Penguin habitat in 2018/19.
  • A portion of corporate volunteering proceeds go towards our programs working with youth environmental leaders
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Boon Wurrung Foundation Logo The EcoCentre acknowledges the Kulin Nations, including the Yalukut Weelam clan of the Boon Wurrung language group, traditional owners of the land on which we are located. We pay respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Elder members of our multicultural community.