Note* NOT eligible for second-year visa.
If you love animals this could be the ideal place for you to learn about farm work and have a break from travelling. This is a volunteer, woofing style arrangement, with accommodation, wifi and power in exchange.
Possible extra paid work available for people with experience in building, carpentry, handyman, plumbing, chainsaw work or house cleaning.
Enjoy rural Australia….only 35 minutes from the beach and enjoy swimming in the river (we have private access). Other activities could include rock climbing and bushwalking. Go for longer trips on the weekend to the rainforest (jungle), explore the coast, visit Byron Bay.
$50 per person a week will be paid to you (food allowance) and provided separate self-contained clean and comfortable accommodation. Limited WIFI. Suitable for a couple.
Duties: Feeding and watering animals, manure and cage clean up, fencing; weeding and gardening.
Hours: 4 hours a day, 5 days a week, help with feeding only on the weekend (approx 1 hour).
Location:Kremnos, near Glenreagh, NSW. 35 minutes from Coffs Harbour and the beach.
3 weeks stay please.
We are happy to
fit your hours on the farm (within reason) with other paid work in the district.
Sorry you must have a vehicle as we have no public transport here.
Please email Elise for more detailed information:
Only people who can be caring, kind and loving towards animals need apply.
Not a backpacker? That's ok. We accept applications from Australian citizens, permanent residents, international students as well as working holiday visa holders. If you are qualified for this position, please register and apply via the form below.
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
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Robinson Grant Publications
Member since: December 2015
Farming, Animals & Conservation