Take part in the working day of a real Australian cattle property
The Shadforth family operates an organic pastoral lease to assure minimal impact to their land, which has never been cleared, nor seen fertiliser or chemicals. The cattle eat nothing but the woodland grass, so their meat is also free of the antibiotics fed to grain-fed cattle.
Seven Emu regularly welcomes registered WWOOFers (willing workers on organic farms) to get their hands dirty in the day-to-day activities of the family and their crew in managing the station, in return for meals and accommodation.
It’s no leisurely holiday – you’ll be worked hard, doing anything from droving cattle on club bikes or horses to putting up or repairing the kilometres of fencing on the property. You’ll eat well and sleep well after a good honest day’s yakka – all in the stunning outback wilderness of Australia’s Northern Territory.
Contact Seven Emu Station for more details of a WWOOFer stay. A day’s work on the property earns you a hearty evening meal and a night’s accommodation. You must quote your WWOOFer number.
- Seven Emu Station is accessible by self-drive 4WD only.
- Seasonal conditions are unpredictable and can affect access to the station.
- Crossing the Robinson River is necessary to access the station, and water depth varies. Please call in advance for updates on conditions.
- An indemnity form must be signed on arrival to the station.
- Whilst all care is taken during your stay no responsibility is taken for personal injury, loss or damage of goods and/or property.
- Seven Emu Station clients should be self-sufficient.
- Seven Emu Station has no air strip and is over 100km from the nearest medical centre.