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Dawn Perryman
Banyandah Alpacas
32-34 Power Rd.
Southside Gympie QLD 4570
Ph 54829705, Fax 54829795
Mobile 0427 367 299

Email
alpacas@banyandah.com

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"Thank you both for a fun packed alpaca experience, your kind hospitality and warm welcome. It's much appreciated, and we will leave Australia with great memorial of this unique alpaca farm! P.S.: Monty taught us a lot about the Aussie style of courting! Many thanks."

Chris and Hannah, UK

What is WWOOFing?
Willing Workers On Organic Farms (WWOOF) is a form of cultural exchange in which WWOOFers live and work as family with host farms while they learn about organic farming methods and the area they are visiting.

WWOOF Australia and their hosts make WWOOFing in Australia easy, safe and more fun for both Australian and Overseas Visitors to explore. Working in exchange for food and accommodation is the basis of WWOOFing worldwide.

Anyone over the age of 17 can join WWOOF. For more information visit their website at:
http://www.wwoof.com.au

"Thank you very much for this interesting stay! We'll recommend you to other WWOOFers!"

Michael Kluck and Ivonne Oesterreich, Germany

WWOOFing will give you a first hand experience of organic farming methods by working alongside your hosts. It offers also a chance to meet, talk, learn and exchange views with others in the organic movement. Besides, WWOOFing is a great opportunity to learn about life in the host country by living and working, as part of the family.

"Thank you very much for these nice and interesting days at your alpaca farm. We have enjoyed taking care of the alpacas (especially bottle-feeding Sundowner), weeding, shearing, spit-offs, and the trips and the conversations with you two energetic people... Ps: The desserts and food has been very very good!"

Nina Bergstroem and Josefin Henningsson, Sweden

Banyandah Alpacas is located in the Southside of Gympie, close to town.  The herd numbers about 70 alpacas.  Duties include management of the alpacas, feeding, weighing, grooming, vaccinating, show preparation, pregnancy testing, paddock & garden maintenance.  Depending on the season, help is needed with shearing, fleece classing & preparation.  Accommodation in my home.  Mixed diet.  NSI.

"Thank you very much for everything you have done for me. I had a lot of good times with you, Dawn, and the lovely alpacas. I'm very happy that I could spend Christmas Day here. I hope next baby alpaca's name will be Ayumi."

Ayumi Fujimoro, Japan

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