From: Australia

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    Account Type

    Individual account

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    Travelling to

    Argentina, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States

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    Travel dates

    03/01/2017 - 23/12/2020

  • Badges

    Top Workawayer

  • My status


  • Description

    I'm a very energetic, easy-going and experienced workawayer - it's become my life! (and allows me to visit my scattered family) My passions are caring for people, gardens, animals and the environment, and learning from people of all ages and cultures.
    My English is excellent; French fluent; Spanish, Italian and Japanese quite basic.
    I have now volunteered in 12 countries and 30 workaways: helping with gardening, milking goats, renovating buildings, at retreat centres, with a mobile cafe, caring for children, the elderly and people with chronic illnesses, teaching English, painting ... and lots of cleaning!
    After being a teacher of English language for 7 years then spending 15 years in the international aid departments of the Australian and NZ governments, I love meeting people of many nationalities on a more individual basis.
    I look forward to meeting you.

  • Skills and knowledge I'd like to share or learn

    Babysitting and creative play
    Being an elderly companion
    Creating/ Cooking family meals
    General Maintenance
    Life at a Farmstay
    Eco Projects
    Helping around the house
    Animal Care
    Charity Work
    Language practice
  • More details about your skills

    gardening, housekeeping, care of children, animals and the elderly, household maintenance, teaching

  • Languages spoken

    English: Fluent
    French: Fluent
    Spanish: Intermediate
    Italian: Intermediate
    Japanese: Intermediate

  • Age


  • Nationality

    Dual New Zealand/Australian

  • Some more information

    • Smoker

    • Driver's licence

    • Allergies

    • Special dietary requirements
      No. I can be vegetarian for months on end and prefer lots of fresh vegetables, but I eat what what my hosts eat.