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The volunteers cabin is comfortable with a kitchen and sleeping accommodation.

​During the year weekend volunteers are rostered to visit the centre and assist with projects.

 

Important reminders:

  • Fresh water is a limited resource on the island and needs to be used wisely. Showers, drinking supplies, sinks and handbasins all use rainwater collected in tanks, Waterwise practices are encouraged for all visitors. Thanks. 
  • Activities undertaken by volunteers are varied:

 

Philip Freeman painting safety colours on posts around the waste water

evaporative area. 


Conducting a workplace health and safety clean up around the dam prior to 

student water quality testing lessons.

 

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On Saturday 7 March 2015 volunteers recieved training in all aspects of working around the centre. WH&S was a major part of the program. Thanks to the North Keppel team for a great day.

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Great new facilities from our hard working volunteers. This fireplace and bench seat making the front of the volunteers cabin neat and user friendly. Also the paving was completed by the Pacific Discovery Group.



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Participants learning how to use flares as part of the Elements of Shipborad Safety Course. See more photos on our facebook site.

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A great new bbq has been bought to support the volunteers in November 2015. Please ensure that it is left clean.

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 Enjoying the curlews outside the volunteers cabin March 2016.

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Members of the Emu Park Lions Club help out in the centre's greenhouse. 

The club comes to support the centre every year.  Thanks.

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The Emu Park Lions Club has built an information centre on the edge of the NKIEEC lease to support visitors to the island. Well done.



June 2017. Volunteers add whirly birds to the volunteers cabin to reduce the summer heat. Thanks guys.



 

 Volunteers can do a range of jobs to support the operations of the Centre.

Thanks to Philip Freeman for drawing these cabin diagrams in 2017 to allow visiting

teachers to allocate students to cabins.

 

 

 Extra rainwater tanks have been installed by visiting volunteers in 2017. This is the only source of water for the Centre on the island. 
Many thanks to all who worked so hard to complete the upgrades.