All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 2000
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 6641
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Last Updated: July 14, 2018
I'm looking for someone to come and stay with us for the next 3 weeks.
I need help feeding the lambs (can have up to 20 lambs at a time)!
I'd also appreciate some help with the kids, while I am out on the farm, and some help running the house ....
My Mum often looks after the kids, and Bella goes to childcare twice a week, so you will get plenty of opportunities to come out on the farm, and ride the horses.
We are a traditional New Zealand farming family, been here for generations (5th up and coming).
Our extended family, mainly breed Sheep and Cattle (for wool & meat). We also rear and fatten dairy bulls, on 2000 acres.
Other animals include - Horses/Ponies, Dogs, Wild Goats, Peacocks, Turkeys, Geese, Deer and Ducks ...
You'll have the opportunity to be part of a NZ farming family.
Glen Murray is a thriving community & a beautiful part of New Zealand!
We enjoy the company of outgoing, motivated, fun people, that have a passion for life.
If you like and have some experience with children, can cook, enjoy the outdoors, have an interest in farming, enjoy horses/dogs, appreciate nature, enjoy photography, like to eat healthy, love animals & unspoilt picturesque countryside then this is a fantastic place to visit!
All nationalities welcome. We love meeting people from all over the world & sharing our beautiful piece of New Zealand with them.
I've travelled and worked throughout the world, and I have lived in both Spain and Argentina, so speak Spanish and love the chance to practice it!
I can pick you up from the bus stop\train station at Pukekohe.
If we sound like your type of people, please send me a message telling me a bit about yourself and when you're available.
Fluent English is best (unless you speak Spanish). Our two year old is learning to speak right now, so it's important for her that you speak good working English (unless you speak Spanish).
If you can ride a horse you'll enjoy it even more as I have lots of horses and ponies and use them on the farm.
Our girls are 2 & 9 years, and my brother has three kids up the road, aged 1, 4 & 6 years.
Look forward to hearing from you.