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We have been a registered member of the WWOOF association for over 10 years.

If you would like to work with us and aren’t registered as a WWOOFer visit the WWOOF Australia website.

Working on the Farm

  1. What type of work will I be doing?
    • Planting and harvesting of vegetables
    • Vegetable maintenance (like weeding, soil preparation)
    • General farm duties
  2. What hours will I work?
    • The average working week during cooler periods is 7.30 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday (about 6 hrs/day)
    • Hours may change depending on seasonal peaks and weather conditions
  3. What do I need to bring with me?
    • Hat, sunscreen, gloves, working shoes, fly net, long sleeved, insect repellant, shirts, working clothes
    • All bedding will be provided
  4. What is the weather like?
    • The weather will vary depending on the season. Information about the expected seasonal conditions can be found on the Weatherzone website


  1. How do I get to the farm?Fotor0606141020
    • If you have your own transport: Find the address and a map on our Contact Us page
    • If you don’t have your own transport: We will arrange to pick you up from Midland Train Station. Our details can be found on the Contact Us page
  2. How do I get to and from the City, from the Farm?
    • If you would like to go on a day trip to the city, we will provide transport to and from the farm on Saturdays
    • At the time of your stay there may be other WOOFers with their own cars, see if you can arrange times to go togethe


  1. Where will I be staying?
    • You will be living with the other WOOFers in a 3 bedroom self contained house
    • The accommodation includes a communal kitchen, living area, laundry and 3 bathrooms
  1. What will my daily tasks include?
    • When you arrive, we will create a roster that will tell you what your daily duties are. These will include keeping your accommodation clean, cooking and chopping wood for the hot water system.