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Our beautiful lush valley is abundant with wildlife, creeks, dams and surrounded by bush ! Permaculture principles apply with the growing of our food, nourishment of the land, animals and ourselves.    
Last Active: active 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Located near Fremantle the Centre/Ashram offers daily yoga classes, spiritual discourses, daily guided meditation and is regularly visited by Yoga Teachers. This historic community house has a spiritual library, organic vegetable garden and beautiful grounds. Work includes maintaining the gardens and a range of karma yoga duties. Work schedule is: 5 hours per day, 5 days per week, two days free time. Minimum stay is 2 weeks. Strictly vegetarian meals. This Centre/Ashram is meat, alcohol, tobacco and drug free. Those who wish to investigate or deepen the yogic path are most welcome.
Last Active: active 4 days, 19 hours ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
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Hi and thank you for reading our profile.  Our beautiful cattle farm is set in the picturesque Eurobodalla Shire. We raise Angus/Friesian cows, our herd usually runs at about 35 cows, heifers and steers.  We have one lovely Limousine bull who loves our girls and gives us beautiful calves usually in July/August if we get the timing right!  We use a strip feeding method allowing the cows to graze in a given area for a day or two before moving them into the next "strip".  This is done using electric tape and secure insulated poles for the tape to pass through once knocked into the ground.  Not an arduous task at all and all part of stopping the paddocks from being trampled.  We routinely inject our herd for intestinal worms etc. to keep them comfortable and prevent disease; we also drench them topically for lice.  We have a stock yard, pens, gates and a cattle crush to enable safe handling when performing these tasks. We have approximately 30 free range chooks and a rooster which we feed twice daily with top shelf grain and left over vegetable and fruit scraps.  Eggs are collected daily of course from their nesting boxes in their chicken coop and sold to local friends.  The chooks have a very large area in which to peck and scratch, including a 3 tier orchard of fruit and citrus. We grow as many vegetables as we can in our netted 3 tier vegetable garden using cow, chicken and horse manure for fertiliser.  We have a small compost heap but are in the process of purchasing materials to build a 3 bay compost area, sufficient for the tractor to turn the compost regularly.  We have many tanks for rain water that is utilised on the gardens and for washing and showering.  We also have a bore which retrieves mineral water from the aquifer; this is used to pump water into the cattle troughs and don't they love it.  We have a very large solar array on two roofs from which we draw our electricity although we do not rely solely on this for our energy needs - so there is always electricity even if the sun isn't shining. Our property is bordered on one side by the Tuross River and yes we have a swimming hole and sandy beach to enjoy. Our two beautiful quarter horses Kingsley and Jet are free to roam in their own paddock, complete with water trough, stables (under construction as we speak).  They are ridden by both Rob and I and are frequent visitors at the gate, begging a few pieces of liquorice, a carrot and apple. I am a passionate gardener and have the daily walk around all the garden beds with either a cup of tea or glass of wine in hand to inspect for bugs, weeds etc.  depending on the time of day.    
Last Active: active 1 month, 1 week ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
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10 beautiful acres at Belli Park, Qld, only 30 min from Noosa. We run horse facilitated learning  programs for at risk youth and all abilities. The property is nestled in the valley before Mapleton State Forest and is home to 10 beautiful horses who support people to expand the quality of their lives by understanding what it means to be horse like.  We offer nice accommodation and three lovely dogs to make you feel at home.
Last Active: active 2 days, 20 hours ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
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  Commonground is an intentional community committed to supporting social change. The Seymour property is used as a workshop & retreat venue for a variety of social change groups. We have developed a very attractive 95 acre property using permaculture principles. The main building which accommodates both groups & residents is made from mud bricks & recycled materials. We provide a stimulating opportunity to work with members of the community and are enthusiastic about our WWOOFers because we appreciate the opportunity for mutual exchange. (We have been WWOOF Hosts since 1993!) Work includes garden & orchard work, property & building maintenance, shared catering support. Vegetarian meals. NSI. Min stay 2 weeks. Easy 1 hour train from Southern Cross station in Melbourne to Seymour station and we are happy to pick you up.
Last Active: active 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Last Active: active 1 month, 1 week ago
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A beautiful 5 acre property on almost flat country,15 minutes drive from Tewantin,5 minutes from Lake Cootharaba and 15 minutes from Pomona and 20 minutes drive to Noosa's main beach. We have a mix of citrus, orange, grapefruit, lemon, cumquat, mandarin, banana trees, pecan and mango also, vege patches and growing tunnels. We are a family of 3 generations with a spare room and grounds to maintain and fruit to pick and fertilize. We love our animals and have Chihuahua's, an American Staffy, a cat and plenty of fish. We look forward to hosting you soon.
Last Active: active 1 week, 3 days ago
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Last Active: active 1 week ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
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We welcome all WWOOFers to our 70 acre farm and vineyard, 40 km east of Hobart. We have 4 kids and many animals. Our house is beautiful, with a large garden, hammocks, pool, river, swimming lake and kayaks, and is 30mins drive to the coast, city and airport. Gardening, orchard, vineyard and animal work to suit your skills and abilities. Space for up to 6 WWOOFers. Strictly no smoking. Shared meals, mixed diet. English and German spoken. Children b.a. Initial stay 2 days, then negotiable. Hope to see you soon!
Last Active: active 1 day, 10 hours ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
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We are on a flat 50 acre family farm based 20 min. drive from Busselton.
Last Active: active 1 week, 4 days ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building, Caravan, BYO Accommodation
Picturesque 700 acre farm in the Darling Ranges one hour north of Perth. We are currently building two houses from local stone, timber & mud bricks. Our buildings use sustainable design principles and are built by hand and hard work. Work includes rock collecting, making mud bricks and help with our various building projects from recycled materials.  There is also gardening and other maintenance and farm jobs. Accommodation includes rooms next to our home and two caravans. Shared meals. Not suitable for small children. We prefer stays of 14 days or longer.
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Last Active: active 5 days, 19 hours ago
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We run an organic meat and wool business on a community title farm near Canowindra in NSW. We have hosted woofers for more than 15 years. We live in a straw and earth house which we built ourselves. Andrew has a background in soil science and agriculture. Margie is a trained permaculture designer and community facilitator.
Last Active: active 1 day, 18 hours ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
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Our family home is in a bushy area, 7 mins from Hobart CBD on road to Mt Wellington with a bus stop outside the property. Bushwalking tracks, beautiful forest, nearby stream & native animals are some of the features of this area. We are teachers & musicians & host community gatherings where we play music, eat together & reflect on thought-provoking quotes. Our organic garden is enclosed for vegetables, fruit & chickens. Work includes tending organic garden, feeding chickens, making paths & steps, landscaping, building projects. We run our own Fresh food business which WWOOFers can be part of. Accom for 1 -2 person in our home, must be married or you can sleep in seperate rooms. No children. Vegetarian meals. No alcohol. Non-smokers only. Prefer initial stay of 3-5 days, longer by mutual agreement.
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Farming Methods: Organic
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Active long term elderly host, hosting WWOOFers since 2002 on 3.5 acres of sloping, fertile land in the Dandenong Ranges, organically growing herbs, vegetables, fruit trees and chestnuts, cottage gardens, fernery, alpacas, poultry. 100 year old oak tree. Work includes general garden maintenance, weeding, mulching, feed stock. Accom for 1 or couple (double bed) in our home with mixed meals. Must like dogs! No children. NSI.
Last Active: active 3 days, 13 hours ago
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100 acres of paradise surrounded by magnificent Blue Mountains escarpments, open grassland & peaceful forest.
Last Active: active 1 week, 4 days ago
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Farming Methods: Organic
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Summertown is a small town in the Adelaide Hills in South Australia. The climate is generally about 4 degrees cooler than in Adelaide, even though we are only 20min away from the CBD. Torry Ridge is a small vineyard and home set on 4.65 acres. The vineyard is 0.9Ha and we grow cool climate Sauvignon Blanc grapes for wine production. It is a small commercial farm, bordering on being a hobby farm.  
Last Active: active 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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Farming Methods: Permaculture
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