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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 20
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 60652
Region: Tasmania

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Last Updated: August 3, 2017

A baby land project nestled in 50 acres of bush in a forgotten part of Lachlan Valley, only 45 mins drive from Hobart. We care about bush regeneration, organic farming, building simple, sustainable and smart systems and structures out of recycled materials, and respect for the Land.

We are looking for people to help with setting up the garden, building structures and systems and general property maintenance = 8 hours/week. Our Shack Palace is super DIY built out of pallets only and recycled nails! The land includes direct access to hundreds of metres of creek and falls with mysterious tracks weaving across the valley. Perfect for handy, independent people who love to explore and interact with nature. This property is camping only, tents will be provided. You will have access to kitchen, loungeroom and outdoor space including campfire. There is no phone or data reception but an easy walk when needed. Local shops located 5-20 mins away. Pets welcome.

We practice anti-oppression, are poc friendly, queer/trans/women friendly, MI and SW friendly, and acknowledge the traditional caretakers of the land, never ceded.

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