Important information: As of the 25 May 2018, New EU Privacy and Data Protection legislation (GDPR) has come into effect. As this site uses cookies and collects information from users please make sure you understand and agree to these terms before continuing to use the site. Read more: GDPR Privacy and Data compliance.

Click here to remove this notice and confirm that you understand your new data and privacy rights.

help exchange   Host 35771
Home   About   FAQ's   Testimonials   Feedback   Insurance   Companions   Posters  
Australia   New Zealand   Europe   Canada   USA   International   log-in
Help Exchange

All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 120
Persons: 1 or 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 35771
Region: Victoria

Note: Please login or register if you wish to see all full size photos and part reviews. You will also require to upgrade to premier membership in order to view contact details, weblinks and complete reviews.

Last Updated: February 15, 2015

We are a family run Citrus orchard located close to the Murray River, 76 km north west of Swan Hill. Nearby State forests provide lots of interesting walks with abundant birds and animals and great fishing in the Murray River.
20 hectares are farmed, mainly growing Oranges, Mandarins, Limes, Lemons and Avocados, with annual crops of Pumpkins, Garlic and Onions. We market our produce at weekly Farmers Markets in Melbourne and various country towns.
3 generations of our family now live on the farm and we welcome volunteers keen to learn about Australian farms and way of life, and those wishing to improve their English language.

We are able to help you get your extended Working Holiday Visa.
You will have your own room in our family home. We will treat you as one of our family and hope that you will join in with all our family fun and
jobs. We would expect you to work for 4-5 hours a day in exchange for your food and accommodation.
You will be doing general farm work which includes helping pack fruit for market, assisting Glenda in the kitchen making jams,
marmalades and icy poles, planting and harvesting garlic, pumpkins and onions, and assisting at Farmers markets.

Back to Top
Copyright 2001 - 2018, HelpX, All Rights Reserved :: disclaimer :: terms of use