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All Year: dry season
Area (ha): 2000
Persons: 4
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 28109
Region: Northern Territory

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Last Updated: July 24, 2019

hi, we are a small cattle farm next to Litchfield park in the Majestic finniss valley. We would love to have you come and stay and help us in the fight against gamba grass, whilst experiencing a small cattle farm. Duties include checking the horses, help to feed the horses, feeding cattle, checking weaners. checking fences. Fixing fences. checking the water in the Billabong. exploring. We have a free-flowing thermal bore that makes the Thermal pool an ideal place to cool off. Birds crocs, pythons, fish abound. Fantastic sunset photos from the hill over the finniss valley.
we will provide all the food(plus Goon) and camping in our bush in exchange for help approximately 6 hours per day,weekends off
we are about a 100kms from Darwin and we provide fuel to travel to Darwin on the weekends to get your essentials shopping that the farm doesn't have.
you just have to do the cooking and washing up duties.we have a farm 4WD that you can take explore and look for crocodiles turtles goannas.
Due to being totally overwhelmed with bookings this year, we have had to cut it back to 4 days maximum stay, we apologize for this, but will include a guided tour and try to see everything, crocodiles, turtles, wild horses, kangaroos, birds, wild pigs, wild buffalo. etc accommodation is bush camping style .we have either tent or mossie dome style tent with mattress and sleeping bag .

see you soon

I've included our review
We spent 10 days in Errol's bushes, it was great!
We helped him in his work, to take care of the animals, to remove the barbed wire, in exchange for being able to camp in his bush and be fed. He dropped us off at many places, such as Lake Bennet, Lietchifiled, etc.
Its bush is very large, very natural and magnificent. You can see cows, buffaloes, wallabies, kangaroos, and horses.
I highly recommend it!!

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