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Whangarei
All Year: No
Area (ha): 4
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 2096
Region: Northland

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Last Updated: August 4, 2017

FARM Helpers : work involved in growing cut flowers, organic vegetables and tamarillos.

Visitors to New Zealand are welcome to come and experience small farm life by helping on our small farm near Whangarei. Work is very varied and could include, planting ,weeding, mulching, lifting tubers and potting up plants. Also building maintenance work eg cleaning windows, rooves and walls and feeding the ducks and chooks.

This coming week we are looking for a couple to help plant up tamarillos as well as to help clear out our plastic house.

We offer work in exchange for free food and accommodation situation to no more than two people at one time.
Work 25 hrs a week - 5hrs daily Monday to Friday in exchange for 7 days free food and warm, comfortable accommodation. Weekends are free to explore the district with both the east coast and the west coast within an hour of the farm.

Work is offered on a reviewable and renewable basis weekly for up to four weeks.

Only applications from genuine backpackers currently travelling in New Zealand will be considered.



Also there is always work for travelling tradesmen to visit and help with carpentry work in the house and outside, or "handy men" who can fence, tile, clean roofs, split firewood etc about the place

The property is 17 Ks west of central Whangarei, handy to both of Northland's western and eastern seashores, the Matakohe museum , the Kauri forests and Whangarei.
Weekends are left free so helpers can explore the local area but having your own transport is necessary to do this.






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