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Host ID: 47933
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Last Updated: October 22, 2018
Lovely creative family home overlooking the sea in Castlecliff beach, part of the wild west coast of New Zealand.
We are looking for help with the garden, some digging, pruning and cleaning up and other maintenance. I like to use natural methods of gardening so its hands-on work, so you need to be able to handle some heavy physical work and in most weather.
There is inside work too, cleaning tidying etc.
Also wanting to upgrade a chicken cope too so would be good to have someone with building skills.
Need to be able to be self-directed to fulfil the 4 hours work per day.
this is a SMOKE-FREE and drug-free environment.
Work is for 4 hours a day, 4 hours work for every night you stay,
for a private room, breakfast and dinner, and free WIFI.
A private room which sleeps up to two. you are expected to help with the up dishes/cleaning up after meals.
#can you only please contact us if you are genuinly interested in staying here, and not part of a large spam of emails, it is very frustrating to keep getting request only to find they have somewhere else.
there is a bus to town (Wanganui) that is a five-minute walk from the house to the bus stop.
the beach is a five-minute walk from the house also.
there are 3 cats and one small dog that lives with us also. And the chickens all so of course. Fresh eggs
Wanganui is known for Maori culture and heritage, the Whanganui National Park and the Whanganui River. Wanganui City rests on the banks of the Whanganui River.
Wanganui has many tourist attractions and travel activities, located on the West Coast of New Zealandís North Island and home to approximately 43,000 people, Whanganui sits at the junction of State Highways 3 and 4. We are a 2 Ĺ hour drive north from New Zealandís capital city Wellington, an hour and a half from Mount Ruapehu and Mount Tongariro.
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