Ten years ago I started travelling and wwoofing in Western Australia and Northern Territory. I worked on a crocodile farm, on a cattle farm and on a banana plantation. It was completely different to the farmwork I got to know from Europe. But I loved caring for animals, people and kids. Everybody was friendly and helpful. And to be honest-I especially enjoyed wwoofing in remote areas. In experiencing a completely new lifestyle there brought me back to the roots. Later on I lived in Dubai and New York and I liked to remember this time in Australia far away from traffic and shops. It was like a powerful source.
I worked as a nurse in hospital for many years and later on I became a nanny and housemanager, managing kids, cooking, cleaning, shopping, getting all the things done around the house…. the list was never ending.
People are my passion. It‘s fascinating to get to know people from different backgrounds and cultures. They have changed my life during the years and I have learned a lot from them, wherever I have stayed or worked in different countries over many years, I also learnt alot about myself. Thank you so much!
I’ve done so many jobs in my life. I also trained supervisors and masters of business administration at the Chamber of industry and commerce.
Love bushwalking, hiking, swimming, sewing, cooking, baking and learning new things. That’s why I want to continue with working at places I’ve never been before and doing work I’ve never done before. My own car is my companion and allows me to get around quite flexible.
Why I joined WWOOF
It’s my passion to continuously learn something new and be with others in a team. I also can work on my own but it’s much more motivating to be with some work mates or hosts. I am eager to learn more about organic farming and raising cattle and the challenging life in the Outback.