“We have just finished our one-week stay at Kerry’s place and thoroughly enjoyed our time with her. She set the bar very high as this was our first WWOOFing experience and we feel we not only learned a lot and had fun but started a lovely friendship and predict we will be staying in contact along our journey! Every meal with Kerry was delicious and her generosity and openness of welcoming us into her home is something we’re very grateful for! Would recommend staying at Kerry’s place to anyone looking for a unique and memorable experience with an A+ host!!”-Rose and Baden 14-11-21



Belinda & Jordan were fantastic hosts and are very considerate people who made sure I was happy, comfortable, and well looked after. It was good fun helping them construct the rabbit-proof fence to go around their large veggie enclosure and getting to know the animals at home. As well as learning new ways to do the fencing and how to care for the rabbits & ducks, I brushed up on plant knowledge, permaculture, and a few other tricks too. Whilst working we had plenty of cuppers & enjoyable conversations and at home, we enjoyed plenty of great food. Belinda & Jordan kindly took me on a trip to Mitta, a hike up Mt Lawson State Park, and lent me their bicycle to explore the Rail Trail. I always felt relaxed, work was laid back & we went at our own pace to achieve a satisfying result as a team. It was a great stay and highly recommended. Best of luck with everything going forward and thanks again for having me! -Luke 10-11-21




“Wow, where to start! James and I had the most unforgettable experience at BonnieBrae. From the moment we arrived, we felt really at home and very welcome in the household. Don and Dougal are both very knowledgeable and share a genuine desire to farm – and farm well. They are both great teachers and were very patient with us. We loved chatting, asking (a few too many) questions, and learning about all the different farming pursuits (both current and historic). Everyone at Bonnie Brae is engaged in the transition to regen. (and there are lots of books available to read too). The farm is magnificent and despite its rural location, we found plenty of interesting things to see on the weekends. It was also a real joy sharing meals and chats with Prue, Maddie, and Hilary who also have lots of knowledge to share about the environment, nature, politics, sourdough, and much more. We loved the opportunity to cook and really enjoyed eating lots of the yummy Bonnie Brae produce and other fabulous house meals too. Thanks so much for having us and we’re looking forward to coming back one day!- Klara and James  9-11-21


Lovely family, food, place. I highly recommend to all backpackers to experience “life with nature”. community is beautiful people too. I enjoyed my stay. The skills WWOOFers can  learn are Organic practices & techniques, Permaculture design practices & techniques, Gardening, Composting, Soil conservation, Propagating, Mulching, Building, Natural Building techniques, Off Grid Living skills Thank you, Yui 2-11-21




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