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Animal lover/farm park helperWHiti Farm Park Whitianga / Waikato Volunteering Accommodation Only(Know your rights) Unpaid Common sense , a good standard of English and a can do enthusiastic attitude along with the ability to work unsupervised are essential.
We are a fun farm park on the sensational Coromandel Peninsula. We have 8 acres of park and over 150 friendly animals, birds and reptiles.
You would be required to work 4 hours a day in exchange for ACCOMMODATION ONLY, onsite in a classic self contained house bus (1 person or a couple) What fun!! This means you will be provided a place to stay but must provide your own food and cook for yourself.
You would be required to help out daily with feeding and the general care-taking of the animals, as well as other odds and sods, like painting, gardening (whatever you might be good at)
We are situated just 10 mins by car from the town centre (Whitianga) and very close to Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove as well as at least six other gorgeous white sandy beaches.
We require a friendly, helpful work ethic and a 3 week long commitment minimum. Many choose to stay longer 🙂 A reasonable standard of English is essential, and you will find a car of your own will give you alot more freedom in your down time. This is NOT an experiance for the faint hearted and a sense of adventure will allow you to see and experiance the real New Zealand culture.
Please visit our website www.whitifarmpark.co.nz to see what a unique part of paradise we can offer you. We are also on face book so search for our page… Whiti Farm Park to see the latest happenings. This position is available all year round but you will need to book in advance most of the time. Just contact us to see what space we have available. We currently have a vacancy NOW!! Please only apply if you understand this is an UNPAID position. First in first served!
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