We currently work with hundreds of farmers across remote Australia. We are always keen to welcome farmers who could use an extra pair of hands.
There are some great volunteers waiting to work with you if you’re in the middle of hardship.
Farmers in remote Australia can apply for volunteer assistance for up to 4 weeks a year when they need an extra pair of hands – while recovering from injury, while harvest or muster is on, on the birth of a new child, loss of a family member or during disaster recovery from floods or bushfires. Outback Links has some great volunteers waiting to work with you.
By participating in Outback Links, you are providing volunteers with a unique experience of life in remote Australia and you are receiving an extra pair of hands for a week or two to help make your load lighter.
How it works
There are some great volunteers waiting to work with you. Some extra hands for a week or two could make the load lighter if you’re in the middle of muster, or have just had a baby or perhaps are recovering from an injury.
Please check this section if you have any question about finding volunteers with Outback Links and how you can get their assistance for up to 4 weeks a year when you need an extra pair of hands.