Call out for tourism volunteers on the Peninsula

Published on 15 November 2018


Visitors to our region need a variety of tools to explore the amazing things to do and places to see on the Mornington Peninsula.

Volunteers play a vital role in the Peninsula’s tourism services by providing information to around 25,000+ visitors each year.

Their passion and knowledge of the Peninsula, adds to visitors amazing experience to our beautiful region. 

Mornington Peninsula Shire is on the lookout for volunteers ahead of the busy tourist season on the Peninsula.

The Shire is welcoming Expressions of Interests (EOI) from locals to volunteer their time at the Visitor Information Centre in Dromana, drop-in visitor information space at the southbound BP Baxter Service Station and at the Roaming Ambassador Program.

During your experience, you would be required to: 

  • Respond to enquiries in a timely, accurate and friendly manner
  • Promote the region’s tourism products and experiences
  • Assist with the collection and recording of visitor statistics
  • Complete daily office administration as required.

With the current mid-week roster filled, we are looking for people to help with shifts on Saturdays and Sundays. These shifts are weekly with a duration of three hours (10am – 1pm or 1pm to 4pm).

If you are interested to join this great team or to learn more, contact the Shire’s Visitor Services team via:

  • email:
  • phone: 5950 1579
  • in person: Mornington Peninsula Visitor Information Centre – 359B Point Nepean Road, Dromana.      

PICTURE CAPTION: Visitor Services Volunteer Judi at the Visitor Information Centre in Dromana.

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