Homestays, Volunteering & Working Holidays in Austria
Workaway Host List - Find Hosts and Organizations
Important information about visiting: Austria
If you are not from the EU and planning to visit Austria to work, volunteer or study, YOU WILL NEED THE CORRECT VISA. To find out more information you need to contact the embassy in your home country BEFORE travelling.
Meaning of the colours:
Possibility that workawayers are needed
By default (toggle switch to the left) hosts who have both yellow AND green indicated for the months
you have selected will be shown. If you move the toggle to the right ONLY hosts who have indicated
green will be shown.
Meaning of this:
By default (toggle switch to the left) will show hosts who have ANY of the months you have chosen
marked as available. This means that some of the months might be marked red (no availability.) If
you need to see ALL of the months you have selected as available move the toggle to the right.
My two unschooling girls (2009/2011) my boyfriend and i live on a beautiful, biological farm in Gresten, Lower Austria. We are in the beginnig to make a permaculture farm an astablish a free school, In the moment we have milk cows, a pony, two ......
My name is George. Together with my three big dogs (sometimes more :-) ) I live in a big house in a remote area called Wöllersdorf, Lower Austria (Österreich). The closeness to Vienna and especially to the beautiful mountains (such as ......
We are Ami from South-Korea, Peter from Austria, our four kids (8, 7, 4, 2 years old) and seven strange cats.
After some years in Vienna and travelling SE Asia we settled at an abandoned mountain farm in Austria's Alpine Area at about 720 meter ......
The animal shelter was funded 2010 and is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. Since 2016 our farm is located in Wildon, only 20 minutes by car from Graz.
Our motto is “For the love of life” and our mission is to take in abandoned, ......