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Wild Foraging in the heart of Tasmania with your own little unit

World, Oceania, Australia, Dodges Ferry

OFFER YOUR HELP

Travel dates

16°C, 20:43

About the workproject

We need 2 volunteers

We are the owners of Wild Taz Products. www.wildtazproducts.com.au

We harvest Mountain pepper and various native plants for use in our products.
Some areas we harvest from may be in the depths of the Tasmanian wilderness and we may be out harvesting for a couple days. If this is the case then we can sort you out with a tent and all equipment necessary. But a love of the outdoors is essential! Its a great lifestyle and a lot of fun and you will get to see some spectacular scenery that most people will not get the opportunity to see.

Meals are provided and back at base you will have your own little outhouse to stay in, just newly built!
In addition, helpers are offered cash incentives for good harvests.
We are also able to sign your regional work form to count towards your 2nd year visa.

When we are not harvesting there are a lot of house and garden renovating that we need help with - Construction experience would come in handy.

Also, if you are good with website design that is a plus!

As the outhouse sleeps two in a double bed we will only be taking a single person or a couple.

About the host

Corinne

Corinne (32)

Host since

2017

Languages

English, Spanish

Last seen online

10 Months ago

Chris and Corinne. Really nice people... what can I say!

Project dates

Open for offers, contact us


Work to be done

  • gardening
  • construction
  • farming
  • help in the house
  • maintenance tasks
  • computer help

Expected workhours

  • 6 hours a day
  • 4 days a week

Work exchange deal

  • private room

Double bedroom separate from the house. Shared living area.

  • shared meals

We will provide the food and you are welcome to eat with us but we are happy for you to be independent and organise your own meals if you want.

  • offering money for additional hours 

Money is offered for a good harvest.