We always welcome volunteer support from individuals, local community clubs, schools, and businesses who step up and offer their valuable time. Volunteers are the very foundation of our Field Days, and without them, we could not deliver the event.
Volunteering is rewarding and great for networking and is essential for any regional event.
We rely on volunteers to staff the gates and undertake other tasks during the weekend. Volunteers also make up the working bees that help prepare the grounds prior to the Field Days weekend and help pack then up adfterwards.
We value our volunteers, and your support certainly doesn’t go unnoticed. Once you have completed your volunteer shift you gain the following benefits:
Food & Drink
Our working bees are held between 9am and 3pm during the weekends in early October before the event. You don’t have to attend the whole day, just as much time as you can spare. Lunch is provided as well as a free day entry into the Field Days.
Jobs undertaken by the working bees include:
This is where we need the most volunteers. As a general gate volunteer, you will welcome visitors to the Field Days and scan their entry tickets. If you’d like to volunteer as a community or family group, then we can roster you on a gate together.
In the Field Days Office you will undertake various administrative tasks and help with exhibitor and visitor enquiries.
As part of the Grounds Crew you will help ensure the site is safe and operating smoothly. Tasks include escorting vehicles, directing internal traffic, fixing hazards, making simple repairs and keeping a general look out for any issues.
If you like early starts, the gates open to exhibitors at 6.00am! You will check exhibitors’ passes and direct them to their site.
This is a new service for our exhibitors. You will keep an eye on an exhibitor’s site for a short time while they take a break.
The Field Days include plenty of performances, talks and other events. As an entertainment volunteer you will help run the stage, rural talks, and oval events.
We’re looking for some new people to be the ‘voice of the field days’ to get those important announcements out to visitors and exhibitors. A clear voice is needed for this role. Experience is preferred but not essential. Limited positions are available for this role.
You will help ensure our COVID Safe Plan is followed so that we can help ensure the health and safety of visitors, volunteers and exhibitors.
You will help people who attend the Field Days to complete and return event survey cards. The survey results are used for heaps of things, but most importantly they tell us how we can improve the event and bring people back next year.
If you would like to sign up as a volunteer for the 2022 Murrumbateman Field Days, complete the below form and we will be in touch shortly.