Be a Volunteer
If you are a first time volunteer, you are about to discover a wonderful, rewarding experience! For those volunteering again Thank You – its great to have you back again! The Festival will benefit from your time and skills and you will achieve the satisfaction of knowing you have contributed to a significant community event. You will learn new skills, meet like-minded people, support a great and unique community event.
By joining the Festival Team you make the move from being a passive audience member to making things happen. Many festival volunteers leave with great memories that last a lifetime.
Oh, and by the way, there are lots of great fringe benefits for volunteers (as listed below)
To volunteer for the Fleurieu Folk Festival, please view the details below, read the Volunteer Code of Conduct and then complete an application below.
Typical Volunteer Tasks
Camping fee collection
Children's program support
Construction and dismantling of structures (smaller tents, stages, decorations, signage etc)
Information desk assistance
Master of Ceremonies (MC)
Nine hours minimum volunteer work over the weekend you will give you:
FREE weekend pass to the Festival
FREE on-site camping for two days e.g. Friday night and Saturday night
FREE tea, coffee and snacks in the designated volunteer rest area Festival (on the days you volunteer)
Attendance to the Festival ‘Thank You’ function for Performers and Volunteers
Attendance at the Festival Volunteer BBQ (in November)
Three chances at winning our big Volunteers Major Prize draw
Additional benefits to be announced here later
Apply to volunteer
We will acknowledge your application and contact you when the teams are organised.
If you cannot use the online form, you can complete a manual form by downloading it from below. When completed, mail it to Volunteer Coordinator, PO Box 52 Seaford SA 5169, or via email: volunteers(at)fleurieufolkfestival.com.au
We particularly need young and strong site crew volunteers to help out with the Festival Site set up and take down with our friendly and helpful site crew.
As a site crew member, you do most of the work on the Thursday before the festival, Sunday evening and the Monday morning afterwards, which means you are free during the festival!