Queensland Trust For Nature

Conservation is a shared responsibility.

QTFN works with landowners, government agencies, scientists and other non-profit groups to identify, enhance and protect private land with high conservation values.


The Trust does not lock up land. It promotes positive interaction on covenanted land to improve environmental, social, economic and educational outcomes and adds value to properties, where possible.


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Much of our work at QTFN would not be possible without support from volunteers.  Volunteers are a crucial part of making our conservation work a success, contributing a wide range of skillsets, experience and expertise.


QTFN seeks volunteers for a range of activities, including: 

  • Tree planting
  • Weeding
  • Fence removal
  • Watering and land maintenance
  • GIS mapping
  • Software use
  • Administration
  • Mailouts
  • Photography
  • ...and many more!

Our volunteer program provides you with the opportunity to get involved in outdoor events, meet like-minded people, and assist with environmental monitoring and ecological projects.  

QTFN posts volunteering opportunities on a regular basis, but if you have a particular skill and would like to volunteer your time, please don't hesitate to contact us.