Marilyn and Theo

Host Profile

    My Property

    Business Type

    Small/Non-commercial farm

    Farming methods


    Short Property Description

    We are a recently retired couple living on 2.5acres in Langwarrin – approx 42km S.E. from Melbourne CBD.  Close to the beaches and tourist attractions of Frankston, Mornington Peninsula and the gateway to Gippsland.

    Volunteering will involve considerable manual labour during Summer – digging trenches, emptying the dam to remove invasive weeds and splitting wood.  Other tasks will involve seasonal garden and maintenance work; vegetable garden (for home use), native planting, mulching, pruning, fencing etc. We have just taken up bee keeping which is very rewarding.

    Swimming pool available. No smoking in or near buildings.  Solo travellers are encouraged to bring a friend.  Daily volunteering requirement 4- 6hours.  During extremely hot weather we start work early in the morning and so there is a lot of free time once work chores are completed. Like us, WWOOFers need to be double vaccinated.  Thank you.

    Accommodation for max 3 adults in our self contained guest house; bedroom with ensuite (queen size bed), kitchenette and living/dining area. A sofa in the living area can be used as a single bed. bed. All meals provided …shared meals – mixed diets. Initial stay 3-5 days, longer stays negotiable.

    All nationalities welcome – help with English offered. Internet access available. We are close to Frankston and Cranbourne train stations, and can collect you if required. Check our on-line WWOOF calendar for availabilities which may suit you. Best wishes for your travels.

    My Details


    Marilyn and Theo

    Partners Name

    Marilyn and Theo Rouhard



    The Stay

    Can Accommodate

    3 WWOOFers

    Preferred length of Stay

    1-2 weeks


    Separate Building

    Other options

    Non-Smoking, Children allowed by arrangement

    Meal Procedures

    Share most meals

    Languages spoken


    Diets we cater for

    Mixed meals, some meat, some vegetarian

    Why I became a WWOOF Host

    To share with others the organic practices, techniques and rewards of living as organically as you wish. We also enjoy showing our Wwoofers some of our favourite tourist destinations while they are with us. Dinner time is especially enjoyable as we learn more about our Wwoofers and we all have the opportunity to better our language skills.



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