Other Volunteer Opportunities


Volunteering isn't limited to just one avenue. You can find opportunities that match your passions and skills across various organisations and initiatives — there's likely a volunteer role out there that aligns with your interests.

It's worth exploring the diverse array of options available in your local community to find the perfect fit for you.

Not only does volunteering allow you to give back, but it can also be incredibly rewarding and enriching personally.

Explore a variety of volunteer opportunities

  • Bendigo Volunteer Resource Centre builds vibrant resourceful community by facilitating, promoting, supporting, connecting and celebrating volunteering across Central Victoria. 
  • Seek Volunteer helps connect people to volunteering opportunities that enrich their communities, lives and careers.
  • Go Volunteer have a large range of volunteer roles including one-off, short -term and long-term opportunities.
  • Volunteering Victoria is the state peak body for volunteering, focusing on advocacy, sector development and the promotion of volunteering.

Discover some local volunteer-run organisations below


Volunteer with the Country Fire Association. There are many ways you can lend a hand. Fighting fires, educating your community on fire safety or supporting the team from behind the scenes.

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Neighbourhood Houses

Kyneton Community House

Kyneton Community House has opportunities for various roles including:

  • strategic and business planning
  • HR and volunteer management
  • providing community activities
  • maintaining the community garden
  • helping with childcare activities
  • classroom assistant e.g. computer and literacy classes
  • community lunches

Register your interest online or come in for a chat.

Lancefield Neighbourhood House

Volunteering is a common expression of community interest. When volunteering one can increase existing skills as well as getting new ones.

Lancefield Neighbourhood House have several opportunities for you to be involved in and would love to hear from you. Call (03) 5429 1214 or drop in and say hello. 

Macedon & Mount Macedon Neighbourhood House

M&MMCH is always looking for volunteers to contribute and support them in a variety of distinct roles. If you are a local resident and would like to offer your time in service to the M&MMCH, fill out the Volunteer Enquiry Form

Macedon Ranges Further Education Centre (MRFEC)

MRFEC are looking for talented tutors who have a rich practical experience in one or more areas of interest to the broader community. A formal qualification for most courses is not needed. 

Riddells Creek Neighbourhood House

Riddells Creek Neighbourhood House is an incorporated, not-for-profit, community-based facility that offers a variety of activities and programs.

Romsey Neighbourhood House

Romsey Neighbourhood House are looking for people with a broad range of skills from administration and grant writing, to working parties and beyond. If you have skills you’d like to share or a willingness to work alongside others in a community setting, call in for a chat or call (03) 5429 6724.

Woodend Neighbourhood House

Woodend Neighbourhood House is always looking for volunteers to fill many distinct positions. To find out more information, complete this online form and someone will be in touch.


They are always on the lookout for new volunteers to join their crews. Whether it's a few hours or a few days each week, it all makes a difference. Here's how you can help.

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At Scouts you can make friends and meet people, try new things and challenge yourself, get outdoors and get stuck in, positively impact your community, create vital opportunities for young people and make memories that'll last a lifetime.

Volunteer with Scouts


It takes thousands of dedicated Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) volunteers from across the state to provide emergency assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Be part of a dedicated team of individuals who are passionate about helping others, gain valuable experience, and learn new skills, meet new people and make a positive impact on the community.

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TAC L2P Program

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) L2P Program is a community-based program developed to assist eligible young Victorian learner drivers between the ages of 16 and 21 years (and in some circumstances, up to 23 years) who do not have access to a supervising driver, or an appropriate vehicle gain driving experience required for a probationary license. 

Become a volunteer mentor

If you would like to add a local volunteer-run organisation to this list, or request an update, call Shan Spiers on (03) 5422 0333 or email sspiers@mrsc.vic.gov.au.

Resources for volunteer organisations

The Bendigo Volunteer Resource Centre offers resources and training for organisations working with volunteers. To learn more visit Bendigo Volunteer Resource Centre Organisational Training page.