Experience East Coast life connected to bush and sea in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

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Nueva Zelanda

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  • Descripción

    Descripción

    Nau mai haere mai! Welcome! Willkommen!
    Thanks for checking out our page...

    We are a couple living on a property with 14ha of protected native bush (forest), 4 hens, 1 rooster, 2 sheep, hundreds of birds, thousands of glow-worms, millions of insects, organic gardens & fruit trees - we are all looking forward to hopefully host you soon in this very special corner of the world :)

    Hori -
    33 year old Māori/Pākehā. From my mother, I descend from tribes in the Bay of Plenty region from the ancestral canoes - Nukutere, Mataatua & Te Arawa. My father is Pākehā from the South Island (Otago) with Scottish, English and Viking ancestry. I bought this property in 2017 and have hosted workaway volunteers ever since. In 2018 I volunteered for many workaway hosts as I backpacked around the world (mainly in Europe and South America).
    My vision is to live a simple, self-sufficient life connected to land and sea. Creating a safe space where people can be high on nature.

    Steffi-
    34 year old German free spirit. I started traveling the world when I turned 20 just after finishing my apprenticeship in Hotel Management. Travelling became my biggest passion and I kept exploring for the following 14 years on and off . In between travelling and volunteering on all continents of the world, meeting amazing people and making some very special memories, I worked in hospitality in Switzerland, on orchards in Japan and New Zealand, on a ship in South Africa, as a Nanny in Mexico and much more. I also got my massage therapist certificates in between all this.
    Describing me in only a few words: non-meat eater since I am a little girl, alcohol-free since 2017, traveling, yoga, homegrown organic food and medicine, animal lover, nature, natural way of living, music, positive, laughing, loving the oceans, rivers ad lakes.


    We are looking for energetic, self motivated, environmentally conscious people who have skills and experience to help with these current projects:

    - earth wall building for garden edging
    - earth building
    - deck building
    - animal pest control (possums, rats, musterlids, cats, mice)
    - plant propagation
    - gardening
    - roof prep/painting
    - fencing

    We can offer volunteers Māori culture, NZ flora & fauna info, NZ music, guitars, healthy organic homegrown food, eco friendly living, a peaceful place to be away from the stresses of travel & the city.

    We strive to live a waste free life, so if you bring any plastic products (or any other waste) with you, we kindly ask that you take it with you when you leave. You can leave biodegradable waste.

    We also prefer people who don't rely on substances like drugs, cigarettes and alcohol

  • Tipos de ayuda y oportunidades de aprendizaje

    Tipos de ayuda y oportunidades de aprendizaje

    Trabajo de caridad
    Proyectos artísticos
    Práctica de idiomas
    Ayuda en proyectos ecológicos
    Enseñanza
    Jardinería
    Proyectos de construcción y bricolaje
    Cuidado de animales
    Ayuda en una granja
    Cocinar para toda la familia
    Ayuda doméstica
    Mantenimiento general
    Ayuda con ordenadores/Internet

  • Intercambio cultural y oportunidades de aprendizaje

    Intercambio cultural y oportunidades de aprendizaje

    Connecting/reconnecting to land and sea, environmentally conscious lifestyle, conservation/ecology information, Māori culture/language, NZ music, native plants & birds, rongoā (Māori natural medicine), seasonal organic homegrown and locally sourced food, offset your carbon footprint from traveling by helping with conservation - giving back to nature.
    We love exchanging culture, music, recipes/cooking/food, language, dreams, stories, positive vibes.

  • Ayuda

    Ayuda

    Painting, gardening, sustainable construction, scrub cutting, conservation work, general maintenance, lawns, cleaning, building/carpentry, firewood, pest control, art, computer & internet, GIS, animal care, electrician, gas fitter, builder/carpenter, sustainable energy experts, permaculture experts, water experts, tiny house experts, earth building experts

  • Idiomas

    Idiomas hablados
    Alemán: Fluido
    Inglés: Fluido
    Maori: Fluido
    Español: Principiante

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  • Alojamiento

    Alojamiento

    We live in a small cosy 2 room self-contained cabin. The cabin can be cold in winter and hot in summer. We live on rainwater so guests must be conscious of water consumption. This is why in summer, we bath in the river or ocean almost everyday. Drinking water we usually get from a close by fresh water spring.
    You will get a bed in a private room. Shared kitchen & bathroom. Compost toilet. Hot shower. Wifi. Breakfast & dinner are provided. Share the cooking and clean up. we ask that volunteers organise their own lunch as its not always guaranteed we will be around in the middle of the day.

    The other dwelling on the property is occupied by a couple (sister & partner) with their 9-year-old son (who has autism).

  • Algo más...

    Algo más...

    We are flexible about when you take your 2 days off a week.

    Property is located 7min drive to nearest beach (Hikuwai/Hukuwai) and 10min drive (30min bike) to Ōpōtiki township.

    The area offers bush walks, glow worms, camping, sea swimming/surfing/diving, cycling, bike trails (Motu Trails), hiking, rafting, paddling, yoga, meditation, gardening, organic food, sustainable living, reading, environmental protection/guardianship, NZ birds, Ōpōtiki Library (books and free wifi), café/restaurants, arts & crafts stores, opshops, Motu river jetboat, new skatepark, Moutohora (Whale Island) tours, kayaking tours, orchards (kiwi fruit, macadamia, avocado, citrus), Whakatōhea Mussels (largest open ocean mussel farm), fishing, hunting, beach walks, sunrises/sunsets, fires, star gazing, river swimming, rock/bridge jumping (bombs), chilling.

    Transport to and from Ōpōtiki - hitchhiking, bus, plane to Whakatāne, yacht/vessel, bike.
    From Auckland you can fly with Air Chathams to Whakatāne or bus to Ōpōtiki with Intercity.

    Its about 4.5 hours drive in a car from Auckland.
    From Whakatāne - 45 minutes drive.
    From Hamilton - 3.5 hours drive.
    From Tauranga - 2 hours drive.
    From Rotorua - 2 hours drive.
    From Gisborne - 2 hours drive.
    From Te Araroa (near East Cape - the first place in the world to see the sunrise) - 2.5 hours drive.
    From Taupō - 3 hours drive.
    From Wellington - 7.5 hours drive.

  • Un poco más de información

    Un poco más de información

    • Acceso a Internet

    • Acceso a Internet limitado

      Acceso a Internet limitado

    • Tenemos animales

    • Somos fumadores

    • Puede alojar familias

  • Espacio para aparcar autocaravanas

    Espacio para aparcar autocaravanas

    Este anfitrión puede proporcionar un sitio para autocaravanas.

  • ¿Cuántos voluntarios puedes hospedar?

    ¿Cuántos voluntarios puedes hospedar?

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    Horas esperadas

    5 hours a day, 5 days a week

Son opciones de calificación adicionales para cuando los miembros dejan sus comentarios. Se muestra la calificación media dejada en cada opción.

Precisión del perfil: (5.0)

Intercambio cultural: (5.0)

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Número de referencia de anfitrión: 278662491363