QLD, CUNNAMULLA - Are you able to assist Robyn and her family fight to stay on their property?,
Activities: Robyn has reached out to you for support during this super tough time out on the land. The drought is beating them down both physically and financially. She is trying to manage a 70,000 acre sheep station with only 1 employee and the pressure is intense. There is anxiety around getting fencing done to stop the wild dogs, but it is financially difficult to pay wages. She is fighting to keep her property which has been in her family for 95 years.
They are looking for support with fencing, drilling holes, tying wire, driving ute or tractor with equipment on board. Perhaps driving a dozer to harvest trees for the starving sheep and cattle to eat. it is not absolutely necessary, however mechanical knowledge is always a massive bonus on a property. Ride a bike to muster if able. The work would be varied to suit. She has a tourism side to her property as well to try and create some cash flow so assistance with that during the busy times would be great also.
If you are looking to make a real and practical difference in the lives of our drought affected farmers, this is the placement for you!
Duration: 2 weeks - flexible
Accomodation: BYO or provided