Bright Blue Bliss

Volunteer in Australasia

Discover a region famed for its pristine beaches, coral reefs and crystal clear waters.

Australasia offers the ultimate adventure and conservation experience, especially for those keen on exploring the underwater worlds of the warm Pacific water while volunteering on critical marine and coral conservation projects.

Critical science

Critical science

You'll contribute to vital conservation research targeted at protecting the earth's most valuable ecosystems.
Ethical engagement

Ethical engagement

Using the UN's SDGs as a framework, we've made a commitment to positive, constructive and sustainable impact.
Beautiful adventures

Beautiful adventures

You'll spend your days exploring some of the world's most breathtaking, exhilarating and remote wildernesses.

Australasia volunteer projects


GVI has been operating world-class volunteer projects all over the world for the past 14 years, and our projects in Australasia are no different.

Help develop infrastructure in rural communities. We are proud of our approach of establishing long-term and sustainable projects, in which the local community is always consulted first and foremost in order to determine their needs. With the contribution of volunteers, we work together in partnership to achieve these goals.

Where does GVI work in Australasia?

Our projects in Australasia are based in rural Fiji in communities where you will have the unique opportunity to work alongside the local people while experiencing an unfiltered look into their daily lives and culture.

With project focuses ranging in marine and wildlife conservation, child care, animal care, health care and teaching, there is something for everyone.

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New and Exclusive: GVI Experiences

A locally curated selection of extra activities are now included across our programs.
Learn to cook iTaukei food
Make a traditional drink from kava root
Learn indigenous plant medicine
Hike to the top of Tova Peak
Fish with iTaukei women
Weave a traditional mat
Visit Vatu-i-Ra Conservation Park
Boat to Leleuvia Island