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Last Active: Active 2 days, 1 hour ago
City/Town: Lymington
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Caravan, BYO Accommodation
The Cook, her pigs, the Climate Change Scientist & his cows, check us out on Google Earth. We offer great food (sorry no special diets) with interesting conversation in a beautiful valley within bike riding distance of Cygnet and the beach. We offer advice on purchasing your own property, cookery, charcuterie-in autumn, market gardening, cookery, preserving and animal husbandry. We farm organically and try to live as sustainably as possible, we employ principles of permaculture. Work includes feeding poultry & animals, planting, weeding, mowing, compost making, brewing, fencing, occasional animal slaughter (only if you are interested) and processing & GFM. Accommodation for 2 singles within our home, or a couple in our caravan attached to the house, see the picture. Shared meals, mixed diets. Can P/U from Cygnet any day or Hobart by arrangement if flight arrives before 3pm on a weekday. WWOOFers must be prepared to work independently at times. No smokers. Minimum stay 2 weeks. Initial contact by email, please. WiFi unlimited. If no answer leave message slowly stating your name and number and we will get back to you. We want to leave our land in a lot better state than we found it. We are supporters of the Tasmanian Land Conservancy and The Bob Brown Foundation which both preserve old growth forests and special areas of value to flora, fauna and eco-systems.
Last Active: Active 3 days, 2 hours ago
City/Town: Echuca
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building
Willow Springs is a fully certified organic farm, surrounded by huge old Eucalyptus trees, animals, birds and sprawling paddocks of wheat, horses and cows chewing their cud in the shade.  It's a special place close to the Murray River and Echuca.
Last Active: Active 1 week, 1 day ago
City/Town: Alice Springs
Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: Caravan, Tent, BYO Accommodation
We are a family of 4 (2 boys, 8 & 11 years old), and we enjoy the opportunity WWOOFing gives us to learn from others & pass on our own skills to those who stay with us. We live on a 5 acre block, 7km from Alice Springs, with a beautiful outlook toward the ranges & cliff line. We enjoy mountain bike riding, and you can use our spare bikes to get to town & do some exploring. We make our own beer & bread, and keep chooks, ducks, geese, fish, pigs, goats and have wild rabbits (which we try to catch). We often see perente, sand goannas & other lizards, & dingo in and around our block. We are in our fourth year of establishing an organic permaculture market garden. We are a working small market farm and attempting to make a living from our veggie production, and supplemented with egg sales. We are implementing learnings from Curtis Stone (the urban farmer), JM Fortier (the market gardener), and Conor Crickmore (Neversink Farm). Work during school hours is maximised work time is aimed at being effective and productive, through a systems approach. Volunteering for WWOOFers includes animal care, weeding and whatever project is going at the time. We like to use any skills you bring & if we have a project to work on we welcome your input. Accommodation for 2 in our caravan with aircon and basic outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower, and compost toilet. All applications are taken to the family and crew to have final decision. Some shared meals, but mostly food provided for self-catering. Others stay on the property with longer term commitments and different arrangements. Children b.a. No smoking inside. Initial stay 6-14 days, longer stays and traineeships are available by negotiation and proof of enthusiasm. The more you put into your stay with us the more we all gain!
Last Active: Active 1 week, 2 days ago
City/Town: Sheffield
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
I have 3 Certified Organic properties in Lorinna. Home is 70 acres (40 cleared) in a beautiful mountain valley, bordering Lake Cethana. Second is 95 acres higher in the valley – magnificent views, cleared & divided into paddocks for grazing cattle & growing hay. I am self-sufficient & produce nearly all I need incl electricity. I have a large veggie garden & orchard & have not shopped in a supermarket for years. I milk our house cows & raise beef cattle using cell grazing. A lawn is grazed by free-range guinea pigs, keep rabbits for love & dinners.I enjoy good food & wine, music, reading & current affairs and live in a large hay bale house. Volunteer tasks include gardening, fieldwork, haymaking, animal care, firewood collection/stacking etc depending on skills & needs. Recreation: bush walking, swimming, reading & social activities. Accommodation in WWOOF house across the field from my house, all meals in my house with me. Couples OK. No children. Meals are organic & include meat & dairy. No special diets. Couples welcome. Non-smokers only. Prefer long stays - min stay 1 week. Only genuine WWOOFers, please.
Last Active: Active 1 week, 2 days ago
City/Town: Mt Tomah
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
We live on 5 beautiful acres on top of Mt Tomah, 2 hrs from Sydney, in the Blue Mountains. This is a quiet part of of mountains which is lush and peaceful. We love animals and currently have: 2 riding horses and 2 miniature horses, 1 miniature pig, chooks, rabbits, dogs & ducks. We are vegetarians and are interested in eastern philosophy and lots of other things. WWOOFers have their own separate accommodation with a lovely hot shower, and are normally required to help with keeping the property looking lovely. It might simply be picking up sticks, planting trees, helping with animals, mowing, chopping wood, etc.
Last Active: Active 1 week, 3 days ago
City/Town: Waikerie
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building
We own a 90 acre Certified Organic property, 2 kms from the Murray River and 5 kms from Waikerie. We grow a small vegetable/fruit garden. We breed goats, some chickens and a little dog, Gemma. Chores vary seasonally: picking, weeding, feeding animals, restoring cars & old tractors. Accomodation either in our home or self contained flat. Children b.a. Meals with family, plenty of good food. We take our WWOOFers on a nocturnal safari to see kangaroos, emus, foxes, rabbits, owls & quail. See scorpions, Red-back spiders & lizards, etc. Also kayaking on the river. Star gazing, ride the quad motorbike, drive the tractor, go fishing, swimming or play pool. No smoking inside. Daily bus service from Adelaide & interstate to Waikerie.
Last Active: Active 2 weeks, 4 days ago
City/Town: Elmhurst
Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, BYO Accommodation
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 month ago
City/Town: Ashton
Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building
Hello! It's a great time of year up at our place! We are a family of four - Todd, Kate, Wimitja (15) and Kinyin (11). We are in the Adelaide Hills but only 15 - 20 minutes from the city center. Good access by public transport. Non smokers only. It is green and beautiful here with loads of great walks, views and animals to see. We are close to the city and a bus route but in the hills with koalas and kangaroos around... We have raised traditional Mongolian yurt which you can sleep in if you like - it is BEAUTIFUL and wwoofers so far have loved it!  We are working on all the associated projects - making woven fences out if vine prunings, making paths, drainage, planting natives. We have been WWOOF hosting for many years now and really enjoy sharing life with people from all around the world. Stories, food, work, laughs and all that comes in between. We want to enjoy hosting you and we want you to enjoy being here! We work on our 3 1/2 acre property with animals, fruit trees, loads of berries, native bush and other garden areas. We are slowly working to make the land and garden more productive and the bush free from ferals. Todd works with homeless people in the city of Adelaide which is 20 minutes away or 1 hour by bike. Kate is a teacher who works with children and young families in Steiner or Waldorf Education from our property running Steiner Nature Playgroups. Our older son breeds chickens and our younger son loves his pet rabbits. Lacey the dog will love you for ever if you throw the ball for her! We enjoy cooking, gardening, preserving food, slow cooking and spending time as a family. We value community and believe in being part of something bigger than ourselves. We love travel but don't do as much these days and hosting WWOOFers is a way to bring bits and pieces of the world alive in our every day life. If you would like to come and spend time with us we prefer stays of one week - then negotiable. We enjoy people who are self motivated and looking to enjoy their days. We love it if you have great skills but are also fine if you are pretty new to it all but are happy to learn. Our home is a place for an open mind and complete respect for each person. No drugs, no smoking and no excessive drinking - let's work, learn and enjoy the days together. Everyone helps with cleaning up after meals and preparing food - your gender is irrelevant! If you are interested in gardening, cooking, permaculture, preserving food, community, Steiner or Waldorf education, telling stories and enjoying good food - this could be for you! The work here is a mix of home and garden and is seasonally dependent - give us a call to see what is happening at the moment. A typical day might include mulching, pruning, weeding, collecting stones for wall building or weaving sticks into fences, planting, preserving seasonal fruit and veg, cleaning and mending in and around the house, etc. We like to provide a variety of jobs and also work to people's skill set. We would love to host an electrician or plumber or builder!!! We limit our screen use but there is wifi available in the house. Our family prefers to enjoy people and life first hand! We enjoy eating together and telling stories and laughing over the meal. We love it when visitors want to cook a meal or two using a recipe from their family or home. We eat a small amount of meat but are most happy to cater for vegetarians as Kate until recently was vego! There is a wealth of things to do around our place in free time - there is a bus to the city to do city based things but we are also close to Mount Lofty, Cleland Wildlife park and our house 5 minutes walk to the Heysen Trail. You can regularly see kangaroos and koalas in the bush around our property and we back onto Horsnell Gully National Park. There is lots of good bush walking around. We look for visitors to work 5 hours a day and to negotiate days off in balance with this. We all share preparing for meals and cleaning up afterwards. Visitors have their own private room and use of the main bathroom (we have an ensuite for us). We are on tank water and solar heating so visitors must be mindful of water usage. No smokers at all.
Last Active: Active 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Age: 26-35
Gender: Female
Skills I Want to Learn: Organic Practices, Permaculture/Biodynamics, Biodynamics practices and techniques, Regenerative Agriculture, Gardening, Propagating, Composting, Soil conservation, Mulching, Pruning, Animal Care, Worm farming, Beekeeping, Building, Natural building methods, Tool making, Preserving food, Wild food foraging, Fermenting food, Marketing produce, Off-grid living skills, Environmental recovery/regeneration work
My intention is to learn more about: - organics and permaculture - different plants and their many uses - working throughout the different seasons - sustainable and off grid living - cooking, fermenting and preserving food
Last Active: Active 1 month, 2 weeks ago
City/Town: Nook
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
We have a hobby farm where we breed Angus cattle, run sheep & lambs, ducks & chickens. There are fruit trees, berry bushes & veggie garden. A stream runs through the flower gardens, lawns & ponds with big trees that all bring peace & beauty to the farm. We are an older couple & have enjoyed Hosting for over 16 years in our stone home. Accommodation for 1 or 2 WWOOFers are welcomed into the family. Shared bedroom with separate guest bathroom & good wholesome meals. No alcohol or smoking please. The township of Sheffield is only 9km away. Can pick up from the nearby city of Devonport.
Last Active: Active 1 month, 2 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 1 month, 3 weeks ago
City/Town: Hallett SA 5419
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Separate Building, Tent
Mt Yibbi Tiny Farm is four acres of mostly established olive trees in Hallett, a small town on the Barrier Highway in the Mid North, South Australia. Hallett is a true Australian tiny town on the edge of the bush, surrounded by (sometimes snow-capped!) mountains with one pub and a general store and a beautiful public pool and very friendly locals. Hallett is at the centre of three trails - Heysen, Mawson and Dare's Hill Drive. Currently being regenerated using permaculture principles, there are various plots and plantings and experiments occurring and room for many more. Mt Yibbi is the Ngadjuri name for Mt Bryan, which is visible from the back paddock, along with the best sunsets. The farm is being developed as an Artist's Retreat and there is a library and musical instruments and visual art and plenty of scope for creative expression. Hallett is close to the Clare Valley and Barossa Wine regions, and half way between Ikara-Flinders Ranges and the city of Adelaide, which are both an easy three hours in either direction Boss J Clark is the super friendly farm puppy and there is are rabbits, hares and foxes who visit the farm, along with Mama and Joey kangaroo and an echidna, and all the birds you could want. There are sheep who live across the road, where mobs of kangaroos and emus run. There is a sunroom/office to watch the animals from with pretty good internet as well as a couch and Netflix and a PS4. The farm offers a range of comfy accommodation: a big farmhouse, a partly renovated cottage, swags with a seasonal bonfire.
Last Active: Active 2 months, 1 week ago
City/Town: Pontville
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
Winton is an old estate with a rich history currently being restored and renovated by us. 30 mins from Hobart and the Airport. Winton is 9 acres - a mixture of historic fruit trees, plantings and an acreage for sheep and pigs to do their stuff.
Last Active: Active 3 months, 2 weeks ago
City/Town: Murphys Creek
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
We are nestled at the base of the Great Dividing Range north east of Toowoomba, Queensland on 10 acres of sandy loam creek flat, but we also use a further 32 acres across the creek. We raise cows, goats and chickens through managed grazing while developing a market garden for flowers, vegetables and fruit using no-till, organic, regenerative approaches. Adjoining our sandstone house is a granny flat which looks out on the ornamental gardens and pool. We also have a table tennis table, a pool table and an air hockey table for recreational activities. We have a fire pit for cool evenings outside and a set of swings for visiting kids. A spare vehicle may be available for trusted guests. Across the road is the community sports ground and picnic area with basketball and tennis courts, playing oval and children's play equipment. The mountains to the west and north across the creek are enjoyed for the walks, bike riding tracks and the magnificent views they afford.
Last Active: Active 3 months, 2 weeks ago
City/Town: Townsville
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
Rural acreage in a beautiful and relaxing area with our own creek & dam, with lots of native animals roaming free. Still very close to city amenities, beach & Magnetic Island. We are set up for horses, stables, paddocks with fruit trees, chickens, dog, cat, snake, fish & rabbits. Work includes animal care, tree maintenance & garden maintenance, fences, irrigation, setting up new veggie garden, whatever needs doing, must be fit and healthy. We love having a laugh so a good sense of humour a must. You will be happier to know we have good mobile phone reception, free wireless internet, full gym. Accommodation up to 6 people in separate rooms, single, twin share or double with shared bathroom for WWOOFers all in our house. Room for your vehicles. Children b.a. Mixed healthy diet. Non-smokers only. Neg stays. Prefer stays of 4 weeks.
Last Active: Active 3 months, 4 weeks ago
City/Town: Elands
Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: In Our Home, Caravan, Tent, BYO Accommodation
Mid North Coast River Side property keen to build and maintain a sustainable farm & business! We live 1 hour north west of Taree NSW. It's a little community of Tree huggers, biodynamic, free range & beef farmers, through to sustainable life style dwellers. The area is littered with beautiful rainforests, free flowing rivers, and amazing water falls! All fresh water for drinking and swimming!
Last Active: Active 4 months ago
City/Town: Grenville
Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
375 acre forest and farm with a majority in plantation forestry. Cattle to graze recovering / developing pasture - using rotational grazing methods facilitated by electric fencing. Boer goats to eat blackberries. Pastured pigs ... coming. Firewood business using coppice E. globulus resource. Charcoal kiln to utilise waste wood. Large vegetable garden. Hot house with raised beds. Substantial composting.
Last Active: Active 6 months, 2 weeks ago
City/Town: Peats Ridge
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
Our property is located 1 hour north of Sydney, and only 20 mins from Gosford railway station and major shopping centres & beaches. We grow a great variety of vegetables & fruit. Everyday we can be doing a different activity: planting, seeding, weeding, harvesting, picking/packing vegetables ready for selling at weekend farmers' markets. Our pets include rabbits, cows & pigs. We have 3 teenagers who help on the farm, too. Accommodation in a comfortable self contained unit. Can P/U from Gosford station on Fridays with prior notice. Min stay 7 days.
Last Active: Active 6 months, 3 weeks ago
City/Town: Romsey
Farming Methods: Permaculture
Accommodation Type: In Our Home
We have a small chemical free project divided between a nearby Winery and another site, a small bio dynamic farm owned by friends. We grow zucchini flowers on a beautiful winery 3 kms from home and 35 varieties of heirloom tomatoes on the second site. Neither site is listed as organic however our methods are as close to that ethos as can be including making our own seaweed fertiliser. On the home plot we grow vegetables for our table as well as those of friends should there be a surplus.
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