We are a small beef farm located 90 minutes south of Sydney in the beautiful Southern Highlands. It's an easy 2 hour train ride from Sydney.
We are looking for a motivated person who can do farm work on our cattle property. It’s a live-in position. The accommodation is a lovely self-contained cottage about 50 metres from the main house. There are a couple of photos of the inside of the cottage on this ad.
We have 3 boys that are usually well-behaved!
Diet is mixed – some meals are eaten with the family and some meals you cook for yourself in your cottage.
Duties include helping us manage our cattle, paddock clearing, fencing, crop and feed management, some house work and weed management, farm work/gardening, some au pair work, and feeding animals. We are located 7 km outside the closest town. We provide all food, accommodation, gas, electricity, washing facilities and internet. A car is also provided for local use.
We encourage people looking for their WHV visa extension to apply.
Driving licence and a safe driving record is essential.
No couples sorry.
We can’t cater for picky eaters or smokers either.
Cooking skills and farm experience desired but not essential.
Must like children and have initiative.
All our previous farmhands have loved this job and say it is one of the best experiences of their holiday.
Start date anytime after April 20. We can pick you up from Moss Vale train station if needed.
We supply fortnightly pay slips, superannuation and pay tax in line with the current legislation.
Postcode: 2577 (Wildes Meadow, New South Wales)
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