WWOOF Mobile App

The WWOOF Mobile App for Android and iOS is FREE for members.

The WWOOF Mobile App uses your profile information from the WWOOF Website:

  1. Your own profile, edit while online
  2. Favorites – view as list or on map
  3. Host Farms & WWOOFer Profiles
  4. Instant messaging while online
  5. Basic *Map & List Search

Note: the App will not do everything the Computer does so for complex searches we suggest logging in through the website to your Profile. Even when you’re offline and have no internet access, you can still view Host Farms.

* It is important to search the map for all Hosts while online to load all host on the map before using the Map search offline, otherwise no markers will appear on the map..

Things you cannot do on the App

  • Add or reply to Reviews.
  • No Renewing Membership
  • Update your Calendar
  • Update your Gallery
  • Complex searches

Allow 24 hours after joining or reinstating your WWOOF membership (if it had lapsed) for your details to be uploaded to the App, you will not be able to log in to the App until this occurs. The App data is refreshed daily from the website, so all changes made on the website will be reflected in the App within 24 hours.

Use the same username and password for the Mobile App as for the Website, however in the Mobile App you must use your username, NOT your email. Once you have logged in to the App, you can stay logged in until you choose to log out. On the website you must log in each time and you can use either your username or your email address.

Download the WWOOF Australia App from the *Google Play Store or the Apple App Store for free.

Allow 24 hours after joining WWOOF or reinstating your WWOOF membership, then log in using the username and password you use for the WWOOF Website and all of your details will appear in the App.

*Devices running Android 7 or older are not supported.

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The App Video Tutorial


WWOOF Australia honours the ongoing cultural and spiritual connections, heritage, customs and beliefs of Aboriginal people, and pays respect to Elders past and present.

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