Parks and Wildlife has recognised and celebrated the work of exceptional volunteers at the annual Volunteer of the Year awards.
Environment Minister Albert Jacob and Director General Jim Sharp presented the 2016 Volunteer of the Year award to Darryl Scott for his work as a campground host in Stokes National Park and his assistance with numerous projects in the department’s Esperance District.
Darryl has contributed almost 8000 hours of service and has become an invaluable part of the Parks and Wildlife team on the south coast.
Nine Outstanding Service and 10 Highly Commended awards were also presented during the ceremony to volunteers for their work, dedication and commitment, and 25 volunteers received certificates for long service.
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