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Workaway.info is a site set up to promote fair exchange between budget travellers, language learners or culture seekers and families, individuals or organizations who are looking for help with a range of varied and interesting activities.

Workaway.info holds a database of families, individuals or organizations in an extensive range of different countries who have registered with us and are looking for volunteer help in a huge range of different fields. From painting to planting, building to babysitting and shopping to shearing, Workaway.info aims to introduce working travellers and language learners to like minded hosts, without having to pay expensive agency fees. Our hosts are based in many different countries with more and more signing up every day. So whether you planning that big trip to Australia, thinking of taking a year to do Europe or want to immerse yourself in South American culture. Workaway is the answer for low cost travel!

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