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Boyup Brook
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 2300
Persons: 1-3
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 24267
Region: Western Australia

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Last Updated: April 7, 2018

If you can drive a tractor and have enough experience and skill we have some paid work available to help put in our canola and barley crops on our family farm.

We also need help to drive a ute and feed trailer to feed our sheep twice a week.

General sheep, farm and garden and some house work to do now if you want to contact us to stay.

Some paid work may be available to help get your Second year Visa. We are easy to get to south of Perth, Western Australia. We can organise transport.

We have had fantastic travellers from many countries on our Aussie farm in the last 4 years and all have had amazing experiences. Have a look at our reviews and you'll see what we do. There's a self contained cottage to use and plenty of food and meat.

This is a family run farm, we have thousands of sheep, 4 Kelpie sheep dogs, poultry.
We use large machinery and tractors to plant and harvest our barley and canola grain crops from April-December.
There is always workshop jobs to do and building projects. Maintaining vehicles,feeding sheep, fencing are some of the jobs we do.
There is also garden and yard or house work to do if you're interested and jobs for a handyman.

The farm is south west of Perth just near the Blackwood River and forest areas and we can sometimes collect you from Perth or from the bus to Boyup Brook as we are close to town.

You are welcome to stay for 5 days or longer if it suits us all. We can help with second year Working Visas but you will need to speak reasonable English and have a manual transmission vehicle license to do farm work.

We have had HelpX travellers from France, New Zealand,Japan, Germany, Italy, Reunion, South Korea and England and really enjoyed learning about their lives and countries.



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