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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 4
Persons: one or two
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 74
Region: Queensland

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Last Updated: April 28, 2013

An organic permaculture plot of land (10 acres)about 30 minutes from the beaches of Noosa.

Some vegetables, fruit trees, for personal use with an abundance of quiet peaceful shady areas are present.

Accomodation is available in an airconditioned room separate from the main house.
A TV is present.

Duties include weeding, garden and land maintenance and general household duties with sometimes small renovation projects.

If you have cooking skills in the kitchen, you are most welcome to help us. Show us your favorite recepies. You will need to help prepare some meals with us, and help with washing up.

The work varies daily thus creating variation in duties.

There are buses nearby, and Eumundi has a large market twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. It is always worth a visit twice weekly. Other markets are present.

There are many places to visit on the Sunshine coast.

Often a mobile phone is useful as we sometimes go out and may leave the Help exchange person at a shopping centre or beach and may need to contact them for the return journey.

At the moment there are geese, chooks and ducks to feed daily, but this varies.

This is a Telstra cell phone area, and other mobile carriers have a weak signal.

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