Flying Doctor Memory Lane operates as a charity, and therefore relies on volunteers and generous donations to stay in operation. Thank you to everyone has supported us in every capacity to enable extraordinary moments for individuals and their families.

Sharing your Memory Lane experience

Flying Doctor Memory Lane is a free service, staffed by volunteers and funded by generous donors. By sharing your experience with Memory Lane, you will help raise awareness of the service. This will enable more people to know about Memory Lane to undertake their own journey, as well as encouraging more volunteers and fundraising efforts to ensure it remains free of charge.

There are a number of different ways you can share your Memory Lane journey and we would appreciate if you could take the time to consider the options below and discuss with the Memory Lane team:

  • Share details of the journey (locations and special activities) for use on Memory Lane website and social media. Option for de-identified client and family.
  • An interview with RFDS Victoria staff member to create an article on RFDS communication channels. Option for de-identified client and family. This article will be shared with family prior to publishing for approval.
  • An interview with an identified media outlet. RFDS Victoria will facilitate the interview and work with both family and journalist to ensure all parties are comfortable and the journey is faithfully represented.

Should you have any questions about these options or wish to clarify any details, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Volunteer with Flying Doctor Memory Lane

Flying Doctor Memory Lane is staffed by amazing volunteers who give their time and expertise to ensure clients are transported safely and securely to their special place.

As a volunteer, you will assist with the transportation and medical support of palliative care clients to their places of personal significance. You will also share in extraordinary moments and make a meaningful difference to individuals and their families.

All of Victoria is included in the pilot phase of the program, with the two dedicated Memory Lane vehicles based out of Melbourne metro and Bendigo.

Expressions of interest are open for people who are currently working as Patient Transport Officers/Ambulance Transport Attendants and individuals who have current AHPRA registration as a Paramedic, Medical Practitioner, Enrolled Nurse or Registered Nurse.

To express your interest, please complete form or for enquiries please email

Volunteer with Memory Lane