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Christine Ashbil

Host Profile

My Property

Property Name

Myrtle May Farm

Farming methods


Business Type

Hobby Farm

Short Property Description

Food Forest , Permiculture Design

Full Property Description

Our property: Myrtle May Farm is a half an acre permiculture garden close to the centre of the beautiful and friendly town of Bridgetown. Accessible by car or bus ( Transwa / Southwest Coachlines)

Just 260kms south of Perth.

We are working toward food forest status with a plethora of fruit trees and veges and herb beds.

The town itself bubbles with artists, galleries, music, markets,   natural therapies and many local events.

Great cafes, local winerys and bushwalks.

Jobs include; gardening, building projects, painting, art, sewing, cooking, preserving produce, community events. We have strong links to the Community Garden and Boomerang Bag Movement.

Accommodation is a clean, warm and beautifully renovated 1950s caravan. With your own Balinese styled bathroom. Very comfortable.

We have hosted WWOOFERS and more recently HELPX since 2006 and have travelled and wwoofed around Australia many times. We love having new people to stay and showing them our slice of the South West!

Organic/Biological methods we use

Permiculture – based, we use local manures and make our own comfrey tea. We use straw and mulches.


Skills WWOOFers can learn here

Organic practices & techniques, Permaculture design practices & techniques, Gardening, Composting, Pruning, Soil conservation, Mulching, Handyman, Preserving & processing food

My Details


Christine Ashbil



The Stay

Can Accommodate

2 WWOOFers

Preferred length of Stay

2-4 weeks, Whatever suits


Separate Building

Other options

Non-Smoking, Children allowed by arrangement

Meal Procedures

Share cooking

Diets we cater for

All diets catered for



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