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Last Active: active 19 hours, 43 minutes ago
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Farming Methods: Biodynamic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Caravan
Farm & Garden maintenance volunteers needed for about 2-4 weeks on rural Farm Stay property. Renovating overgrown areas around the Residence and commencing great pasture improvement program and to keep Horses safe. Establishing a well-presented B&B Business including off-grid Glamping. Located in Running Stream which is 1 hr south of Mudgee NSW. The Homestead has large grounds to be maintained, there is an amazing landscape, with 6 different garden areas plus Orchard of 30 fruit trees. The Formal Rose Garden of 60 different Roses, currently under renovation. Overgrown plants & weeds to be cleared and renovating large Vegetable Garden area. mainly clearing weeds, mulching, planting. Some of the days will require lifting and Clearing paddocks of old timber laying around, and collecting bush rocks for the front gateway entrance where new “Rock Wall” will be constructed. Most of the Tree’s and garden beds require mulching. So spreading mulch will take extra time. Collection of 2 truckloads of mulch at nearby location. Selection criteria is: Must be over 21 years old, have Driver’s licence and proper ID. You must have weed clearing and Gardening experience and some experience working outdoors! Ability to work HARD under sometimes harsh elements of strong winds, cold temperatures, etc. Volunteering hours are generally between. 8-4 (9-3 or less when bad weather) The WWOOFing Guidelines state no more than 4-6 hours volunteering each day and a maximum of 38 hours each 7 day period. There will be Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner catered for (value about $30/day) Backpackers will have self-contained accommodation in furnished large camper-trailer (suits couple) There is double bedroom, w Single bed 🛏 for one person, also have double air-bed for extra persons if needed. Share main bathroom 🛀 *Health checks and where you are travelling from with honesty and courtesy is also essential, in-line with COVID-19 safety procedures. For further details of the volunteering structure and any questions you have, logistics transport etc. please contact us on phone or chat.. Video conference interviews commencing this week. Immediate start from 8th August, 2020 All Individuals on this property must respect the rules and policies in place. Understand what “law of the land means” and Be kind to my animals. Currently we have 2 lovely Staffy’s 🐶 2 special horses 🐴 2 amazing chickens 🐓
Last Active: active 3 weeks, 1 day ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: Separate Building, Caravan
20 acre heritage-listed bush block on the beautiful Onkaparinga River in the Adelaide Hills, home to lots of lots of wildlife, chickens, vegetable gardens & an orchard. Lots of alternative building going on including an owner-built passive-solar strawbale house that's completely off-grid.
Last Active: active 1 month, 4 weeks ago
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We are a hobby farm on the edge of suburbia in Mariginiup and just 37km north of Perth. Our little farm is 3.6acres (1.6 hectares) and consists mainly of paddocks for the horses, trees, two houses and gardens. Our pets include chickens, ducks, parrots, foster cats and kittens, one adult cat, one very small fluffy dog and two horses. We are a Christian family of six, which is made up of three wonderful teenagers, my Mum (Grandma) and my husband Martin and myself, Cheryl. I homeschool my teens, Martin works in the city and my Mum is retired and involved a lot in the community. We are a 10 minute walk to the bus and that bus will take you to the Joondalup/Mandurah train line where you can travel into Perth city easily.
Last Active: active 8 hours, 27 minutes ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
Our 300 acre family farm is located 8kms from the historic town of Longford. Longford is located 24 km south of Launceston via the Midland Highway, 187 km north of Hobart. Our beautiful family farm has cattle, an apple orchard, a small olive grove, a large vegetable, herb garden and home garden. We have one friendly dog. We love to have a female Wwoofer to help in the gardens, farm house with house work and cooking and our organic tea studio. Accommodation is in our family home. We are healthy busy family, plant-based diet and organic meat. Female non smokers only. Miniumn stay one month. Longer stays welcome.
Last Active: active 6 days, 6 hours ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
Welcome to the stunning Manning Valley. We have a 2 acre property where you will be provided with your own private room, wi-fi and meals in exchange for 4-6 hours work working around the garden, weeding, removal of lantana, cutting dead trees for fire wood, many projects (extending chicken pen) Must love dogs & we are a 20 minute walk from the local town centre of Wingham where we have a few award winning organic cafes' to enjoy.
Last Active: active 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building, Caravan
Organic-certified and biodynamic-certified hazelnut farm just five minutes outside of Sheffield, Tasmania. We welcome WWOOFERS (single or couple) all year round, but particularly during our harvest period (mid-March to end of April). We especially welcome people who have an enthusiasm for growing things and/or caring for animals. If you also have experience that is a great bonus! (but not necessary). Our family consists of Greg and Elizabeth, a friendly but sometimes jumpy big dog, three cats, and about 25 cows. The farm is peaceful and picturesque, and has wonderful mountain views.
Last Active: active 4 months, 1 week ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
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March- April 2019 it's garlic planting time, come on down. We are in South Gippsland, 1 hour and 45 minutes from Melbourne, 15 minutes drive from surf beaches. It is a stunningly beautiful area. We are 6 minutes from Korumburra town which has bus services daily to and from Melbourne. Aside from farm work we are both artists and I am a musician. My partner experiments with alternative technology. It's pretty interesting here. The accommodation is either 2 single beds inside the house or use of a caravan with a double bed and 2 singles. We hope the people who come and help us will be happy and really benefit from learning from our work and enjoying the local area, we ask people to do 3 hours work a day. We moved to our farm 3 years ago. It had been very neglected and we are in the early stages of restoring it. There are cattle agisted here. We are growing 5000 garlic plants, a vegetable and herb plot, olive, fruit and nut trees plus small scale agroforestry and the beginnings of a native flower area. The daily work includes weeding, mulching, cutting grass, planting, propagating, picking fruit in season. We are small scale but the work is constant. We are about to start work on a large shed November 2018 and also laying paving for a propagation area. I will study permaculture in 2019. We will add chickens and our own livestock in September 2019. We welcome people to enjoy staying with us, but we are very busy and we can't accept people who aren't able to follow direction and do their bit of work. We ask for 3 hours a day and suggest that this is done early in the morning before it gets too hot during summer. We also welcome your ideas. Work flow is roughly January  - Start picking Loganberries February - Pick and preserve stone fruit and tomato March - Make beds for garlic planting. Plant garlic. April-May - Work on maintaining vegetables and power beds. Weed and Mulch flower and vegetables May -  harvest pumpkins and other vegetables June July - complete new plantings of trees and vegetables August - We rest! September  - Weed and mulch flowers and vegetables Plant any late trees October - mulch and weed- pick flowers- check property for fire safety and snake safety November  - ensure water supply is organised for summer. December - Harvest garlic Throughout the whole year we are repairing fences, changing water supply for animals, building paved areas and shed infrastructure. We are also mowing and slashing grass throughout the whole year, creating compost and pruning, rotating crops. It is also likely that we will need some help in the house. Because we don't have a good shed we are doing lots of the seed preparation and produce in the house.... It gets a bit dusty!!  
Last Active: active 3 weeks, 5 days ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
8.5 acres on the Logan River where we practice Permaculture principles as well as being active members in Land for Wildlife. We have recently completed a large native tree planting on the riverbank (1600) plants in total, with a few members of our community assisting us. We share our property with 3 horses, 2 Livestock guardian dogs, 2 cats and many ducks and chickens.
Last Active: active 16 hours, 49 minutes ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
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19 ha Certified Organic farm with 4ha cleared and the rest natural bushland. Unfortunately 75% of the bushland and some pasture was burnt in the 2019 bushfire. As such we are again to be able to sign off on 2nd year Visa extension due to this disaster. Garlic was the main crop, with a fruit orchard & vegetables all in the rebuilding process. We aim to make as many foods as possible from what we grow. Vegetarian & Vegan foods are the norm as no animal meat is consumed, except by the dog. We only have sheep and a kelpie working dog that loves to play too. Other work includes crop bed building, GFM, gardening, mowing, mulching, watering, and much much more due to the bushfire disaster. The house, sheds and buildings were luckily spare by the hardworking people who assisted in saving the property! WWOOFers must be well presented with healthy habits. Accom for 1 person or couple in our guest room. Shared meals, all cook together if you like. Vegetarian / vegan diet only. Mature age WWOOFers welcome. No smoking. Long stays easily negotiable, ie do you need 88days signed off!
Last Active: active 3 months ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building, Caravan, BYO Accommodation
'Sat-chit-ananda' is a 43 acre sustainable living demonstration property . We have chickens, goats for milk & cheese, a food forest and off-the-grid house. The remainder of our property is koala habitat & conservation area waiting to be mapped & regenerated. Limited public transport. Can P/U from Kilcoy with prior notice. Work includes weeding, watering, mulching, animal care, food harvesting, fencing, weed management & habitat preserving. Current projects -medicinal herb garden, updating and adding to the food-forest, general maintenance. Varied accom for 2 people. Caravans or tents. Children b.a. Shared meals & shared cooking, mixed diet, vegetarians can be catered for. NSI in designated areas. Prefer stays of 2 weeks or more, negotiable after initial visit.
Last Active: active 1 day, 15 hours ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
We are a young vibrant couple building our dream in a rural area on a 30-acre farm, two hours North West of Sydney. We are in the beautiful Lower Hunter Valley just one hour from Newcastle. On the farm, we have chickens, Ducks, Turkeys and Geese of all sizes and breeds, sheep and lambs, 1 small ponies, goats and Kid Goats, piglets, Rabbits, Alpackers, working dogs and 1 cat called Kitty. We also have happening veg gardens that we rotate with animals and rest, an established Food Forest, and we are having some great success with verticle gardens.
Last Active: active 7 hours, 37 minutes ago
City/Town: Balmoral Ridge
Farming Methods: Organic
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Last Active: active 3 months ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building
Eco Gipps manages a chain of four conservation properties in the Upper Maffra West area primarily as sanctuaries for native flora and fauna. Work includes weeding, creating walking tracks, tree planting, mowing, GFM, flora and fauna surveys and gardening. Interests include bushwalking, mountain biking, conservation and sustainable food production. Beautiful region with lots of opportunities to see native wildlife including emus, kangaroos, wombats and possums. Lots of opportunities for bushwalking and swimming with Lake Glenmaggie nearby. Accommodation for 1-4 in bungalow and single/couple in cottage with ensuite.  Can p/u from Sale train or Maffra/Heyfield/Stratford bus. Non-smokers only.
Last Active: active 1 month ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
I have 1 hectare of land 2km from the picturesque & vibrant town of Bellingen, NSW. The property is set in rolling green hills with view to the mountains & forest and a creek runs along the bottom. It is mainly grass currently but I am developing an orchard, garden beds and doing some bush regeneration. Bellingen is a beautiful part of the world only 1/2 hour to beautiful beaches in Coffs Harbour for surfing, fishing and swimming!  
Last Active: active 4 weeks, 1 day ago
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Farming Methods: Biodynamic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
Hobby farm on Mid North Coast NSW. No chemicals used, need help with fencing, weeding, horse manure collection, handy person jobs, building, painting and cooking etc. Taree and Wingham are about 15 minutes away. No public transport.
Last Active: active 1 month ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Caravan, Tent
Last Active: active 2 months ago
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Farming Methods: Biodynamic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Caravan, Tent, BYO Accommodation
Small acreage on the Fish River, O'Connell NSW. Currently undergoing a riparian restoration of the creek and river as well as revegetation of the area. Newly built house establishing biodynamic and sustainable farming practices - interested in following regenerative farming practices. Property owners are Kyla, Gary and Sam, there are 2 dogs Bruce and Tom, 3 cats; Rosie, Lily and George and 4 chickens and one rooster "Squat". Our property has been drought affected and the vegetable gardens are only just coming back. We are constantly planting and watering trees, weeding the paddocks and creek/river area. We collect rocks from the property to create rock gabion walls. The house has a 360 degree view of the O'Connell Hills and we have the most amazing sunsets. Looking forward to sharing our little piece of paradise with others.
Last Active: active 1 week ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
We are a family of five living on 10 acres in the beautiful Avon Valley region of WA. We utilise permaculture and regen ag principles, and run sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, geese and one alpaca. We are slowly setting the property up, planting an orchard, building garden beds and way too much fencing!! Nath works as the manager at a health service, Nic works with homeless youth, CJ learns from home and Eden and Branny go to the local school. We are a pretty quiet family who enjoys chilled gatherings, music, gardening and staying at home 🙂 We have separate accommodation for WWOOFers under the main roof.
Last Active: active 19 hours, 32 minutes ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
Jauma Farm is a certified organic cherry farm in Lenswood in the Adelaide Hills, run by James, Sophie, farm manager Andrew, two kids Danby and Audrey (10 & 8), boarder collie puppy Ojas and ten free ranging chooks. The farm has been certified organic with NASAA for 12 years. With 40 acres, we have 1200 cherry trees of different varieties which we sell to the public as Pick Your Own over the month of December. We also grow veggies and have a small family fruit orchard, and have a wild and hilly 30 acre ‘back yard’ that is managed by 10 sheep and many local kangaroos. Jauma is a natural wine brand and we make our wine off sight at a winery in Basket Range. On the property we are about to commence planting 3 vineyards with 5 varieties over 3 acres, and are in the process of building our new winery here on the the farm. Our organic farming philosophy uses a biological system to promote maximum microbial, fungal and wild life diversity, so as to use zero chemical input and make the farm thrive as a wholistic eco system. We have a hairdressing salon which Sophie works from attached to the house, and both James and Sophie teach yoga and meditation events from the same studio space. This year we are upgrading a heritage shearing shed for which to host natural wine tastings and masterclasses, farm to table lunches and weddings. We are looking for volunteers over our busy periods for help planting vineyards, cherry orchard management, general farming and yard management, and over December, help in the cherry shop and with our cherry picking visitors. The workload requires a solo volunteer. We have a self contained cottage on the farm as our volunteer’s accommodation. We cook delicious home made and grown food, and buy organic ingredients in. We have a vegan diet with the exception of local honey and our eggs, and don’t cook meat in the house. However the cottage will have cooking equipment if meat is in your preference. You will have access to a car (manual Ute) and our farm is 40 minutes away from the Adelaide CBD. Our farm is a sanctuary where you can feel peaceful, safe and at one with nature. Enjoy the tranquility of your own space and share time with our family and community.
Last Active: active 1 day, 11 hours ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
We are a property 80km from Townsville. We practice regenerative farming with our cattle and goats. This means moving the livestock across the landscape in such a way it increases the health and biodiversity of the country, it is not only sustainable but regenerative. We try to grow as much of our own food as we can in our permaculture style garden. We believe the health and well being of our animals and the environment are the top priority.
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