Volunteering is a great way to become involved the community while making a positive impact.

As a volunteer you will gain:

  • Hands on work experience
  • Develop new skills
  • Boost your career prospects
  • Update your resume
  • Make new friends and connections
  • Give back to the community and make a difference

We have volunteer opportunities within our hospitality, retail, event coordination, community development and healing services departments.

As a Weipa Community Care Association Inc. Volunteer you will enjoy:

  • Team uniform
  • Complementary tea and coffee
  • Use of Community Centre Facilities
  • First choice of Op Shop goods
  • Assistance with your Blue Card Application
  • Opportunity to expand your skills and gain further study (including First Aid)

Interested in becoming a volunteer? Download an application form and drop it into the centre.


Help the environment and our community by donating your used clothing, kitchen wear, linen and goods to a great cause. Your donations will help raise money for important community projects in Weipa and surrounding communities.


Please deliver your goods to the Community Centre during opening hours, located at 1 Hibberd Drive, Rocky Point. For afterhours please drop your donations off at the front door entrance. If you have any specific requirements or enquiries about donations, please don’t hesitate to contact us on (07) 4069 9272


Weipa Community Care Association Inc. is a vibrant and exciting place to work and develop your skills as a Support Worker. We are always looking for experienced and passionate team members

We would like to pay our respects to and acknowledge the Traditional owners and custodians of the land we work, play, walk and dwell. We also pay our respects and thanks to the Elders of past, present and future. Services are funded by the Department of Housing and Public Works and the Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors and the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women. Family Day Care is funded by the Federal Government and in partnership with Rio Tinto and Weipa Town Authority. NILS is funded by Good Shephard Micro Finance and National Australia Bank.