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Sheryl and Kim Kendall

Host Profile

    My Property

    Farming methods


    Business Type

    Hobby Farm

    Short Property Description

    We have a six acre property half way between Sarina and Sarina Beach which we purchased 14 years ago. The six acres was cleared with very little vegetation or trees when we purchased.

    We have created zones on the property with over 200 different fruit trees, a rain forest and many other garden zones. We are now in the process of converting our house yard to a zone 1 and make it more productive.

    We have a large flat that is fully self contained with all amenities adjacent to our home. We have several rain water tanks which supply the house and flat

    We are very fortunate to live in a community with many other permaculturists, which we come together on a fortnightly basis to swap produce, learn and share skills.

    Our property supports a large cross section of natural wildlife and we also have many bee hives for our Natural and pure honey supply. I use our home grown produce for our homesteading needs.

    Our property is on a hill with a wonderful view facing Mt Chelona hence our property is called Chelona View. We live 5kms from Sarina Beach, which is a picturesque walking and fishing beach. We are also close to Finch Hatton Gorge and Eungella National Park. Airlie Beach is only hours drive north of Sarina.

    My Details


    Sheryl and Kim Kendall

    Partners Name

    Kim Kendall



    The Stay

    Can Accommodate

    2 WWOOFers

    Preferred length of Stay

    3-7 days, Longer stays by negotiation


    Separate Building

    Other options

    No Smoking Inside

    Languages spoken


    Diets we cater for

    Mixed meals, some meat, some vegetarian

    Why I became a WWOOF Host

    We enjoy and respect all nationalities and love to learn about other cultures and be able to share our culture, surrounds and knowledge with WWOOFers while making our patch of paradise into a thriving permaculture farm.



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