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Allens Rivulet
All Year: No
Area (ha): 18
Persons: 8
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 55446
Region: Tasmania

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Last Updated: September 29, 2017

Th weather is starting to warm up, so there are farm jobs to do. Allens Rivulet Farm is open for helpers from the start of spring and summer. We welcome you to our mostly organic/biodynamic old mixed farm last year with the help of many great helpers coming to stay we had a ball. Our farm is located in the idyllic Allens Rivulet region just south of Hobart - we have had loads of great HelpX workers helping out and partying in our old Appleshed at night. The farm is located 30 km's southwest of Hobart and is easily accessible via the Huon Highway (we can pick you up from the bus stop along the highway). At the moment there are plenty of preparation jobs to complete, plus some small renovations on old sheds. We also have horses (mine and others) and chickens to look after. There is plenty of work to do to keep the farm running. Summertime help is bringing in the hay and weeding, for the rest of the year it is random jobs to suit your skill base. You will stay in a small self contained cottage or an old dairy. After hard days of work we have plenty of options to relax and have some fun! There is a local tennis court where we can play for free, we have a ping-pong table with continuously ongoing tournaments, and in the summer there is a beautiful waterhole nearby to cool down on warm days, there are great walks as well as plenty of quiet places to escape and read a book.

We would also look forward to welcoming you in late December 2017 to Allens Rivulet to help us collect the hay! and then the summer work season starts again.

Check out this video made by one of our HelpX'ers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5LEQkUf0ak&feature=youtu.be

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