Living, Working & Sharing
The Rosebank Kindal Kindal Community is set amid the beautiful forest and rainforest of the Nightcap Range, bordering the World Heritage Nightcap National Park rainforests and the Whian Whian State Conservation Area.
The 30 acre property is named Kindal Kindal, which is the aboriginal Bunjalung name for macadamia nut. The land it has a thousand macadamia nut trees, fruit orchards of mangoes, bananas, citrus, organic veggie gardens, chickens, wild life, fields and forests.
Our passion as a community is to grow together, share our skills and passions, discover unknown potential, look after the land and its flora and fauna. We like to get together for community dinners and sharing so we can all stay connected.
Because we run a large property, community life is vibrant, dynamic and often busy. If you want to join us, you will need to contribute your time and energy on a regular basis. There are always a variety of jobs to do: Hours are generally 9-5 for 4 days, so approx 30 hours per week
Assist in the Raw food kitchen & local markets
Work on the land or in the gardens
Help completing light building and renovations jobs
General cleaning and maintenance
Running errands in the nearby towns
We take your individual skills and preferences into account so that you have an enjoyable as well as a satisfying work experience.
A roster is sometimes made up weekly with your abilities taken into account.