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Super-potent Manuka Honey could be yours!

Don't forget to sign up on our website to be in our Medicinal Honey Prize Draw! In order to be eligible to win, attend the event in person. Please come and join us on 12th of September in Clunes Coronation Hall in order to: - Get a chance to win a limited edition,...

Bel’s Oyster Farm

Meet Annabel and James Williams from Bel's Oyster Farm Annabel and James became WWOOFer hosts to share their business with WWOOFers and like minded people, and love meeting people from around the world. Having lived in Africa and South East Asia and experienced other...

WWOOF around Byron Bay

Travelling with WWOOF Australia. Written by Lynette Vint Our next stop is a place we like to spend some time at, is called Suffolk Park and if you are travelling and need somewhere to stop on your way to a Host property or in between visits, Suffolk has a caravan park...

WWOOFing as a Family!

Meet the Maislin's, (Gami, Seth, Siena & Oren) who are an adventerous family that decided to WWOOF in Australia, so we asked them to share their WWOOFing experience with us and asked the following questions.             What country are you from? Boston, MA,USA...

Learn Syntropic Agriculture techniques while WWOOFing

We asked WWOOF Hosts Fionn and Laura to share their experience as WWOOF hosts and to tell us about Syntropic Agriculture. If you are interested in learning more about their techniques, this would be an excellent WWOOFing experience.

Travel with the WWOOF Office

Every year my husband and I love to take a month off and head North to the warmer weather, we were really excited to get off our freezing mountain and head to our favourite Bribie Island hideaway.

Takamichi & Rina say WWOOF is amazing!

Meet WWOOFers Takamichi and Rina, after reading the review they left for their first host, we asked them a few questions about their experiences WWOOFing in Australia. Here is a wonderful review that Takamichi and Rina left for...

Great advice from an Australian WWOOFer

Meet WWOOFer Kris Muscat, Kris was a primary school teacher for about 15 years and has also worked in a furniture factory, a plant nursery, as well as in administration and accounts. She is friendly and enjoys being around people, loves reading and having quiet time...

WWOOF Hosts in the Megalong Valley

Meet Barbara, Claudia & Ash from Sugarloaf, 50 acres of paradise situated in the picturesque Megalong Valley surrounded by the beautiful Blue Mountains escarpment. Complete with Olive Trees, Vegetable Garden, Chicken Coop, Beehive, Fruit Orchard & Farm...

Interview with WWOOFer, Marie

Meet Marie Clerc, from Haute savoie, near Annecy in France, who has recently been WWOOFing in Australia, so we thought we would reach out and find out how her WWOOFing experience was going. A little bit about Marie:  I have been a florist for 15 years, in my current...

More WWOOFing Tales

Meet Vera and Micha, who have just finished WWOOFing in Australia, so we thought we would reach out to them and find out how their WWOOFing experience went. A little bit about the girls: We‘re two German, girls with a Working-Holiday-Visa. Beside travelling we’re...

Learn about Eco-resilience

Meet  Virginia & Stephen Solomon, WWOOF Australia hosts for 22 years!  https://wwoof.com.au/members/vm033/ Virginia and Stephen have a Permaculture garden, under one acre, vegie gardens, poultry, orchards and lots of flowers. They live in a large, friendly...

A WWOOFers Tale

Reaching out to Dennis Sommers after he WWOOFed in Australia for 3 months here is what he had to say. Why did you choose to use WWOOF Australia? Well my good friend that I had studied together at University with, had done a gap year before he started his study. After...

Where will WWOOFing take you?

Have you ever longed for adventure and wondered where WWOOFing could take you? Why not join WWOOF and find out?          WWOOF Australia has around 1300 Host properties Australia wide. If you can imagine it, We most likely have a host who if growing it! Permaculture,...

The Do’s and Don’t whilst WWOOFing

It's time to make changes in your life, you want to get off the merry go round but not sure how . Here are some great tips about WWOOFing in Australia. WWOOF DO’s DO: Be realistic about your time. How long do you want to spend working on a farm versus traveling...

25 years Hosting WWOOFers!

Meet Ron and Andrea Finch who have been WWOOF Australia Hosts for 25 years! Ron and Andrea have developed Selby over 34 years into what it is today (1/2 of that time they have been Organic). 3,174 hectares of environmental, holistically managed dry land farming &...

WWOOF at Lawson Wines todays!

Meet WWOOF Australia Hosts David and Jayne Lawson https://wwoof.com.au/members/djlawso/ Their Story In 1997, the Lawson family established their first block of Shiraz vines in the deep, sandy clay loam soils, at their Avondale property, along the banks of the Loddon...

WWOOF at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat today!

Meet Craig and Joanne Haslam who have been WWOOF Australia Hosts for 15 years! They live on Coodlie Park Farm Retreat which is located on South Australia’s beautiful and wild Eyre Peninsula, their property is a 3000-acre rural property with 2000 acres of cropping and...

The Batchelor NT Butterfly Farm

Meet Christopher Horne, from the Batchelor Butterfly Farm. Chris has been a WWOOF Australia Host for 11 years. https://wwoof.com.au/members/nt119/        The Batchelor NT Butterfly Farm is a 90 minute drive from Darwin and situated just 30 minutes from the beautiful...

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