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Find a volunteer project: Coffee-Breaks—Crater Lakes Habitat restoration project

Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, some of our volunteering programs are currently operating on a limited basis, in line with social distancing and restrictions on travel. We encourage you to check with the local contact listed for each volunteering program to find out if they are currently operating.

Help remove and monitor rainforest-invading coffee infestations near crater lakes on the Atherton Tablelands.


Crater Lakes National Park

  • Autumn
  • Winter
  • Spring
  • Usually only in dry weather months (May–October).
  • QPWS registered volunteers
  • May need to be a member of Tablelands National Park Volunteers Association.

The project involves:

  • Public contact, customer service, education or interpretation
  • Research and monitoring
  • Weeding and/or revegetation (including plant propagation)

Training will be provided.

A low to moderate level of fitness is required.

A $20,700 Friends of Parks grant was awarded to this project in 2014.


Tablelands National Parks Volunteers
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Last updated
10 February 2021
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