Search WWOOF Oz

Search keywords (sheep), Member ID, email, Name etc

Select Commercial or Hobby Farm

For Host Farms

For Host Farms

Members directory

Last Active: Active 14 hours, 32 minutes ago
City/Town: Fish Creek
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building
Last Active: Active 3 days, 17 hours ago
City/Town: Mumbil NSW
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building, Caravan, Tent, BYO Accommodation
"Work is love made visible" ...Kahlil Gibran If you understand the above quotation then you are the wwoofer I want. Please, read EVERYTHING below before requesting to join me.
Last Active: Active 4 days, 22 hours ago
City/Town: Lucaston
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
A small property in the Huon Valley with large vegetable gardens and a flock of ducks and chickens. The house - which WWOOFers will share with me - is a small Tasmanian style weatherboard and has lovely rural and distant mountain views.
Last Active: Active 4 days, 23 hours ago
City/Town: Wyndham
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: BYO Accommodation
2nd year Visa bushfire recovery availiable farm. Permaculture self sufficient farm and a Certified Organic cropping farm, growing herbs that we value add into eco skin care. 6 Acres, creek boundary, on a main sealed road, 100% off grid with stand alone solar system. 20 min from the beach and 1.5 hr from the snow fields.
Last Active: Active 5 days, 14 hours ago
City/Town: Elmhurst
Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
2 acres in tiny town being slowly converted from old grazing land into a bountiful and beautiful food production garden. Animals include milking goats and rabbits, with ducks, chooks and bees on the way. That’s the goats that get milked, not the rabbits! I am learning about permaculture and soil rehabilitation as I go so it is a work in progress and I am open to suggestions. I have an excellent reference library pertaining to food production, preservation, and animal husbandry. The property is a half hour drive from the nearest largish town and as such is pretty isolated despite being on the outskirts of the village. There are plenty of interesting places to visit locally for hiking or climbing. The veggie garden is always being expanded as fast as I can create proper soil conditions for growth. I am an easy going relatively laid back middle aged retired female looking to keep creating something beautiful and practical and I find that I need a set of strong young legs to assist in my goals of a sustainable micro farm. I am really interested in composting techniques and my hope is to leave the land better than I found it for future generations to enjoy. I have German shepherd dogs and they are inside/outside dogs so any visitors must be comfortable with large slobbery hounds underfoot. According to my son I am not the best cook so be warned. However, I believe that opinion to based on his city habits of ordering in from a variety of home delivery services available in Melbourne so I can see how my cooking would be boring in that light.  I am proficient enough in nutritious foods like lentils, curry (I love curries!) seasonal veggie soups with home made spiced chicken broth, spag bowl and various stir fry vegetable dishes.  And omelettes.  Seasonal organic food will be available from the garden and I like to experiment with what I produce. Sometimes meal times can be a bit weird but what’s life without a bit of challenge! You are more than welcome to teach me your favourite dishes. Hopefully the local markets will reopen soon in regional Victoria so I can access supplemental fresh farm produce again.
Last Active: Active 1 week, 4 days ago
City/Town: Greenwell Point
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
Enjoy the river and beach lifestyle while staying on our sustainable oyster farm on the beautiful Crookhaven River. Comprising a land base and 10 hectares of water leases, the farm is located in popular holiday destination Greenwell Point in a friendly co-op of oyster farmers. The Crookhaven River is part of the Shoalhaven estuary, an area of outstanding natural beauty on the NSW south coast, 2.5 hours south of Sydney. Work includes assistance with Aquaculture practises including the cultivation and harvest of Sydney Rock Oysters. General farm assistance includes both land based and water based work. This farm offers an exciting opportunity to work on the water in a calm river estuary with an experienced boat operator. In your spare time, you can take our kayak around the river, surf at nearby beaches or go on a hike through bushland with amazing views and wildlife. For those without their own transport we have bicycles to ride to the local shops at Greenwell Point. The nearest town, Nowra, is a 30 minute bus ride and offers a cinema, cafes/restaurants and shopping. Accomodation includes a comfortable, fully self-contained cabin for up to 2 people on site, separate to our home. Food is provided (vegetarian/vegan can be accommodated) to be heated by WWOOFers or prepared in own accommodation. The farm is accessible by train from Sydney to Bomaderry train station, where we will pick you up from the station and take you to the farm. If you are coming from Melbourne by train, we can pick you up from Moss Vale station, which is about 1.5 hours drive from the farm.
Last Active: Active 2 weeks, 5 days ago
City/Town: Kurrajong Heights
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
We breed alpacas, goats & have chickens. Volunteeering includes feeding animals, halter training alpacas, pruning trees, weeding, fencing, building & repairs, animal handling, mowing, painting, wood chopping & vacuuming poo in paddocks. Accommodation for 3 in WWOOFer room, with own bathroom & a shared kitchen, TV, DVD player & WiFi. We have an indoor heated pool, spa, tennis court, games room & library. Food provided for WWOOFers to cook, mixed diet.
Last Active: Active 3 weeks, 6 days ago
City/Town: Thalgarrah
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Caravan
We live in the beautiful New England District of New South Wales. Our farm is 1050 metres high and we get four distinct seasons. We are two 70 year old retirees who have a small vineyard, a large vegetable garden , a 100sq metre Polly Tunnel and a small orchard. We have "chooks " that produce the best eggs. We sell them in Armidale. We have Ducks, Bantams as well. Our farm is part of a larger 2000 acre Cattle and Sheep property. Accommodation is in a very comfortable heated Caravan, with own toilet shower. Next to it is a laundry with hot water for your use. We love having people stay with us to share conversations and teach young ones about growing organic food.
Last Active: Active 1 month, 1 week ago
City/Town: Anna Bay
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building
Welcome to an organic cultural experience on 25 acres of estuarine ecosystem on Tilligerry Creek. Beautiful Port Stephens, Mid North Coast. Swim, snorkel, whales, dolphins, surf. 40 mins to Newcastle, 20 mins to airport, bus to/from Nelson Bay & Sydney. Farm is being established as a not-for-profit common ground for ‘spontaneous appreciations & learnings in nature’ providing tours & courses. Hands-on practical experience designing & implementing energy efficient sustainable systems. Learn about suns' water pattern cycles, respectful indigenous cultural practices, bush-tucker, earthworks, building, medicinal/culinary herbs, companion planting, food forests, seed collecting/saving, composting & aquaculture. Yoga, Tai Chi, visual arts, music. Accommodation in 2 bed dwelling or ‘The Boathouse’. Clean, fresh, solar heated rainwater, bath/shower, wood fire, sun/wind energy. No children. Mixed healthy meals/drinks. NSI. Stays negotiable.
Last Active: Active 1 month, 2 weeks ago
City/Town: Hermit Park
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
A large suburban block, close to Townsville's CBD. The largely tropical rainforest garden has been planted to attract birds & butterflies including Australia's largest, the Cairns birdwing. We also have unusual, culinary Asian & Pacific Island plants.
Last Active: Active 1 month, 3 weeks ago
City/Town: Dulacca
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
Small town block ,1/2 an acre in rural village of Dulacca which is 400 kms west of Brisbane (this is the outback ) Dry climate rainfall average 80 mm. Summers are hot and dry winters are coolwith a few weeks of frost. Have removed rubbish and dangerous weeds over a ten year period while working away. Have done some soil improvement but about to do large scale mulch and fertilise using horse, cow and chicken manure as well as natural minerals in layers with straw and hay. Have also used some paper and cardboard waste to increase the initial organic levels of the soil as the cardboard protects the root systems of developing plants in a better way than straw. Use blood and bone and trace elements as the soil is leached and often the water quality is poor. My house is an old shop built in 1924 with 3 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms both with showers and a large verandah round the house. I am waiting for my solar to go on so electricity is from the grid. My hot water is gas heated. I have a wood stove / heater to be put in to heat the big rooms in winter. The house is basic but spacious and is 30 x15 metres. I want to have a full year fruit and vegetable supply so have some raised beds for frosty weather, some beds for vegetables and herbs and will be putting in a small hydroponic system for summer salad veges as the intense heat burns off plants in beds. I have a great deal of experience in organic principals in a full farm environment, in my backyard style present situation. Interestinly I have pioneered some of the largest “industrial “organic operations in the world using wastes from all industries to combine green wastes, papers, cardboards, organic sludges, contaminated and depleted soils with sawdust, straw, vegetable waste, poultry, cattle, horse, pig and sheep manures as well as human biosolids to reinvigorate poor Australian soils for forestry, farming and to rehabilitate mined land to productive country. Many of these principles which I helped develop I use in my own little plot.The area here is remote but I live 20 metres from the pub. I do not smoke, do drugs or drink but have no objection to drinkers. I will not tolerate drug use. My house is clean but untidy and I am easy going. I work a 12 step program and try to live a spiritual life one day at a time, what others do is their business. I eat well as we have plentiful beef, chicken and sheep meat production in the area. Seafood is always available. My diet is now more fruit and vegetable based than when I was younger but visitors are free to eat and drink as they see fit .
Last Active: Active 1 month, 3 weeks ago
City/Town: Lanena
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
I live on 3/4 of an acre in an old renovated home with river views. I am just starting out in establishing an organic vegetable garden and also grow a number of fruit trees. Accomodation is in your own furnished guest bedroom and own bathroom. Lanena is in the beautiful Tamar Valley just 20 minutes drive north of Launceston. I live close to shops, wineries, walking areas and mountains. A beautiful central place to explore the north of Tasmania
X
- Enter Your Location -
- or -

Pin It on Pinterest