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"Volunteering is a cornerstone of our local community.  Almost every day I am meeting up with people who generously give their time and experience as individuals and groups to build the wellbeing of our community. We love our volunteers." - Cr Michael Britten, Mayor, December 2014.

The Bega Valley Shire boasts some of the highest rate of volunteerism per capita in NSW as well as having over 350 people actively volunteering directly for the Council.  Volunteers are responsible for maintaining and managing our beautiful halls, ensuring our cemeteries are shown the respect they deserve, assisting to deliver home library services, as well as maintaining a host of sportsgrounds, parks, gardens and nature strips throughout the Shire.

Regardless of skills, experience, or ability volunteering is rewarding for both the community and the volunteer. 

Become a volunteer, it is a great way to make a difference and support your local community.

Apply online
or download our volunteers form

Bega Valley Shire Council Volunteering opportunities exist for the following:

  • Hall Committees
  • Cemeteries
  • Bega Valley Shire Libraries
  • Home Library Service
  • Bega Valley Regional Gallery
  • Sportsgrounds Committees
  • Access Advisory Committee
  • Council s355 Committees

If you are interested in volunteering for an existing group, please email or contact Council on 6499 2222.

Hall and Building Community Committees and Volunteers

  • Bemboka Hall Committee
  • Bermagui Community Centre
  • Brogo Hall Committee
  • Candelo Hall Committee
  • Cobargo Hall Committee
  • Eden Log Cabin Committee
  • Kiah Hall Committee
  • Murrah Hall Committee
  • Nethercote Hall Committee
  • Pambula Hall Committee
  • Quaama Hall Committee
  • Rocky Hall Hall Committee
  • Tanja Hall Committee
  • Tarraganda Hall Committee
  • Tathra Hall Committee
  • Towamba Hall Committee
  • Wandella Hall Committee
  • Wolumla Hall Committee
  • Wyndham Hall Committee

Book one of our halls for your next event

Cemetery Volunteers

  • Bemboka Cemetery
  • Bermagui Cemetery
  • Eden Cemetery
  • Wolumla Cemetery
  • Wyndham Cemetery

Find out more about our Cemeteries

Sportsground & Recreation Committees

  • Bermagui Indoor Sports Stadium Committee
  • Bermagui Sportsground Committee
  • Berrambool Sporting Complex Committee
  • Candelo Reserve Committee
  • Eden Sportsground Committee
  • George Brown Sporting Complex Committee
  • Kianinny Bay Reserve Committee
  • Lawrence Park Committee
  • Montreal Goldfields Committee
  • Old Bega Racecourse Committee (On-track)
  • Pambula Sporting Complex Committee
  • Towamba Sportsground Committee
  • Tura Beach Flora Reserve Committee
  • Wyndham Reserves Management Committee

Find out more about our Sportsgrounds page

Library Services

  • General Library Service
  • Home Library Service

Visit the Bega Valley Shire Library website

Bega Valley Regional Gallery

If you have an interest in the arts and would like to contribute to the ongoing program at the gallery we would love to hear from you.

The Bega Valley Regional Gallery (BVRG) has a dedicated team of volunteers who “gallery sit” on a rostered basis. They deal directly with members of the public – primarily answering visitor enquiries – and are one of the gallery’s most valuable resources.

Interested and reliable people who have a responsible sense of community and a love of the arts are asked to contact council's volunteering team, via phone on 02 6499 2222 or email

Visit the Bega Valley Regional Gallery website

Community Service Medallion

Nominations are called each year around May but can be submitted at any time and held until they are considered by the Bega Valley Medallion Committee (made up of 4 community members and the Mayor).

Find out more about the Community Service Medallion


Timebanking is a community program that allows the voluntary exchange of services between members.

It’s as simple as give an hour, receive an hour: by giving one hour to helping another member, you earn one hour of time credits which can be used to receive services that are of personal value such as dog walking, ironing, community gardening, massage, language tuition, painting, administrative assistance…you’re only restricted by your imagination.

Everyone can be part of Timebanking as everyone has something to give.

Visit the Time Banking - exchange services information

Contact Details

If you have any questions regarding Volunteering, please email or contact Anne Cleverley, Community Development Coordinator on 6499 2367 or email  

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