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Show your support for Somerset as a VIC volunteer

SHOW your support for Somerset and volunteer at one of four accredited visitor information centres (VIC).

Published: October 10th 2019

SHOW your support for Somerset and volunteer at one of four accredited visitor information centres (VIC).

Somerset Regional Council has VICs at Fernvale, Esk, Toogoolawah and Kilcoy.

They are open seven days a week with volunteers welcoming visitors from across Australia and the world.

Mayor Graeme Lehmann said the volunteers were wonderful ambassadors for the region, showcasing Somerset’s tourism operators and accommodation options as well as cafes, pubs and other businesses.

“Council currently has more than 50 active VIC volunteers, but we’re always happy to hear from people who can lend a hand,” Cr Lehmann said.

“Our volunteers really do a great job – in many ways they’re the faces of Somerset – the first local people visitors meet when they come to one of our towns.

“We’re particularly looking for people who can volunteer at our VICs in Toogoolawah, part of The Condensery at Factory Road, and Kilcoy, in Yowie Park at Hope Street.

“Full-day and half-day shifts are available, and volunteers are trained and supported by council staff.”

For more information on volunteering at one of council’s visitor information centres, phone 5424 4000.

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