Stanley Tonkins

Host Profile

    My Property

    Business Type

    Commercial Farm

    Farming methods


    Short Property Description

    Tirrintippin is a working sustainable farm. We keep horses, cows, miniature pigs, ducks & other farm animals & grow veggies & oats. Tirrintippin is situated 4.4 km after Ellenborough Falls, north west of Taree. The homestead is located on 132 acres of grazing land. Immense features to explore, wildlife abounds, swimming in nearby waterhole & walks to enjoy. Ellenborough Falls are close by & is one of the longest single drops in the southern hemisphere. Explore the property on horseback or mountain bike. Work includes gardening, fencing, construction, working with animals, moving pig tractor system, planting weeding, watering & GFM. Accommodation for 4 in our home, shared meals, mixed diet. No children, No smoking inside. Initial stay 3-5 days, longer stays negotiable. We are in MidCoast LGA – a bushfire affected area and require assistance with recovery.

    Organic/Biological methods we use

    Methods we use:

    Our farming irrigation system is gravity fed by a natural spring, producing quality in-season vegetables.

    Composted animal manures provide the natural fertiliser for healthy plants.

    Stinging nettle soup provide a good boost for healthy seedling growth.

    Tirrintippin follows the principles Ecological Agriculture and we are a member of the Australian Institute of Ecological Agriculture Cooperative Ltd (AIEA).

    My Details


    Stanley Tonkins

    Partners Name

    Stanley and Jesse Tonkins



    The Stay

    Can Accommodate

    4 WWOOFers

    Preferred length of Stay

    2-4 weeks, Whatever suits


    In Our Home, Separate Building

    Other options

    No Children

    Meal Procedures

    Eat together, Eat separately, Share cooking

    Languages spoken

    English, ; we have travelled extensively and are happy to help our Wwoofers improve their English language skills.

    Diets we cater for

    Mixed meals, some meat, some vegetarian

    Why I became a WWOOF Host

    I travelled extensively in my younger years, worked on farms and benefited from these experiences through out my life. Becoming a WWOOF Host allows me to give back to community my experiences and to benefit from the cultural exchange and new ideas. I hope that I teach our WWOOFers  how to farm sustainably and they learn about our culture which is quite different to many.



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