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Last Active: Active 1 day, 21 hours ago
City/Town: Narooma
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
We enjoy welcoming WWOOFers to our beautiful farm in Narooma, situated right on the unspoilt East Coast. Let us show you around this magnificent area. Experience the Australian Way of Life. Live in your own private & clean fully equipped cottage with balcony, BBQ,  TV & surrounded by gardens, trees, kangaroos and birds.  We care for a small group of injured kangaroos. We appreciate a single (1 only) WWOOFer who is hard working and enthusiastic. Swim in our pool or ride the bicycle provided into town-just 4Kms. Explore beaches, go bushwalking, climb a mountain, swim, boating, skydiving or take a trip to Montague Island and see the seals, penguins or perhaps a whale. Google aerial view of Narooma and see for yourself how incredibly gorgeous is this town! Volunteering includes gardening & general farm maintenance. Plenty of free time as work normally complete by lunchtime. Must like dogs & animals.. No smokers, children or pets. This is a beautiful part of Australia, peaceful natural beauty hugging the coastline - You'll love it & the food is great too as we enjoy cooking healthy, varied meals. Can sign off on 2nd Year Visa so please call.
Last Active: Active 2 months, 1 week ago
City/Town: Cambooya
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
Mixed farm/market garden on 6 hectares of fertile soil on the edge of the Cambooya valley, just 17kms south of Toowoomba, Darling Downs, south east Queensland. We're a simple mom and pop operation, still building up from our modest beginnings as a bare paddock just 12 years back. Anton qualified through agricultural college in his homeland of the Netherlands and moved here at 21. Nicola taught school on and off for 33 years both here and in her native New Zealand. Our farm had its gestation in the cut flower growing business, but when we got together in our 40s, it became apparent that growing chemical sensitivities and growing awareness of ecological issues required a re-think as we went forward. We decided the whole smallholding should be organic and that we should not put all our eggs in one basket. Are you spotting the puns yet? In short, we have, thus far, developed 3 arms to the farm - vegetables, garlic and eggs. Flowers will undoubtedly return at some stage.
Last Active: Active 2 months, 2 weeks ago
City/Town: Nilgen
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
Our property is an 18 Acre Hobby Farm located about 1.1/2 hours North of Perth. We are just setting up a hobby vegetable and herb garden. We have some Guinea Fowl, a cat and a dog. Our property is close to Lancelin (about 17 minute drive by car). There are two dwellings, the main house and a small Garden House, both have ocean views.
Last Active: Active 4 months ago
City/Town: Black Mountain
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building
Our 75-acre property is in the Noosa hinterland, on the side of Black Mountain with views across the ranges. We have 2 spring-fed dams. Happy Jack Creek runs through the bottom of the property, where there are also platypus.  We are slowly revegetating the property, where there was previously grazing land.  We are returning it to natural bushland and have planted close to 10,000 trees, many of which are koala food trees. We have planted over 100 fruit trees and created a large organic vegetable garden (we hope to start a syntropic garden in the near future).  There is always work to do in the veggie garden. Removing lantana is also needed, particularly around the newly planted trees, and we are slowly reducing the barbed wire fencing around the property. You must like large dogs, as we have two very friendly ones!  We are yoga and meditation teachers. Accom for 2 within our home or in our guest cabin. Shared meals.  No children.  No smoking on property. Initial stay 3-5 days, longer stays negotiable.
Last Active: Active 5 months, 4 weeks ago
City/Town: Goulburn
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
This farm attracts young outdoor people wishing to experience farm life in a back to basics farm environment. School groups, cub scouts, girl guides, as well as families come to Goulburn to stay in home made Yurts around a farm dam. They enjoy farm activities like milking the cow, riding a horse, making a fishing rod to go fishing and many farm skills. I need people to help with this program. WWOOFers usually delight in the Wide range of Experiences Gained from Living and Learning on this 1200 Acre Mixed Farm. The Original Working Farm is now a Tourist Farm as Well.
Last Active: Active 9 months ago
Age: 26-35
Gender: Female
Skills I Want to Learn: Organic Practices, Permaculture/Biodynamics, Regenerative Agriculture, Gardening, Composting, Beekeeping, Cheese making, Wild food foraging, Fermenting food, Bread Making, Wine making, Off-grid living skills
To meet like minded people. Help others and see where we can learn from each other. We have worked on big banana farms before but we prefer a small farm (especially permaculture). We care a lot about our planet and would love to help growing food as organic as possible. Sharing knowledge and caring for each other.
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