We encourage you to submit an expression of interest if you would like to volunteer for the museum.
Volunteers play an important role at Queensland Museum Network. We engage volunteers at all of our museums and in many different programs from visitor services to research. Our volunteers enhance our programs beyond the skills and resources of staff and are greatly valued.
Queensland Museum Network encourages community engagement through a rewarding Volunteer Program and is committed to maintaining a comprehensive volunteer base. Volunteer appointments include a number of key areas, such as Visitor Engagement, Administration, Learning and Programming and offers several different types of work for adults of all ages, interest and skill levels.
Our volunteer roles include:
There are no specific qualifications required to become a volunteer at the museum. The most important attributes are: a strong commitment to the program, an interest in the museum’s exhibitions and an enjoyment in talking to and engaging with the public. Queensland Museum Network houses a vast number and variety of displays, however you will be able to acquire the skills needed to interpret these displays through the Volunteer Training Program.