- Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Centre
- Tamar Visitor Centre
Are you interested in promoting the world class tourism that Tasmania has to offer? Do you want to learn more about our local history and share that with others? Would you like to assist visitors to our region? Perhaps you have handy maintenance skills you can put to good use with our historic museum attractions?
West Tamar Council offers tourism related volunteering opportunities at the Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Center and the Tamar Visitor Center (Exeter).
Various positions are available for people with a range of skills and interests: retail, administration, tour guiding, customer service, bookings and tourist advice, research and record keeping, and general maintenance.
Please contact us via the Community Services Department (6323 9200) to inquire about a position or find out more. We are happy to accommodate your needs in regards to your available days and times.
WINDSOR COMPUTER HUB
The Windsor Computer Hub located at the Windsor Community Precinct in Riverside offers a tutoring service for all ages to learn how to use electronic devices (computers, mobile phones, tablets) or to update their computer skills (internet, word formatting, social media etc). If you consider yourself a technology or computer whiz and like to help others we would love to hear from you! We currently have two dedicated tutors working across three days but would love to offer more the use of this popular facility during the week.
Please phone the Community Services Department on 6323 9200 to find out more.
WEST TAMAR COMMUNITY CAR DRIVERS
The West Tamar Community Car is a non-profit service providing door-to-door assistance for residents in the community that can demonstrate a genuine need for assistance. Transport is provided by volunteers of the West Tamar Municipality and the Beaconsfield District Health Service and is directed towards assisting people living within the Northern part of the West Tamar.
Volunteers for this service are administered through the Beaconsfield District Health Service. If you would like to volunteer your time as Community Car driver please phone 6702 6060.
West Tamar Council is a member of Volunteering Tasmania and our volunteering positions are listed on the Volunteering Tasmania Website. You can search available positions at the following link.
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