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More InformationWe are a retired couple, early seventies, who have been housesitting since April 2013. We owned/operated a 66,000 acre sheep and cattle grazing property in the far south west of Queensland until the mid-ninety’s then spent six years as resident unit managers of a complex of 78 townhouses. We then went further into the Real Estate field and ran our own sales and property management agency for another six years.
I currently have a Real Estate Certificate (includes police check) and have had many letters of thanks from landlords for looking after their houses for them.
Our first house/pet sit was ten acres in the Noosa Hinterlands looking after gardens, chickens and guinea fowl for six weeks. We then went to the Singleton area for a period of 8 weeks and thoroughly enjoyed the company of one large dog, two small fluffy dogs, two friendly cats, four chooks, twenty two cattle, one horse, twenty two sheep and twelve new lambs. September/October saw us at Burnett Heads Qld for a month looking after two small dogs then back to the Noosa Hinterlands for our return house sitting that finishes on the 11th December 2013. Since the end of 2013 we have looked after property and animals from Tully in North Queensland, Ballina, Griffith and Wagga Wagga in NSW and the Mornington Peninsular in Victoria. These sits have been anything from 2 weeks to 6 months and residential properties to farms.
2016 saw us helping family to sell houses and move to new properties and that included selling our own house. We are now able to move around again and experience more of this beautiful country, its wonderful people and the cute and fascinating animals we get to know.
Having trusted our home and pets to house sitters ourselves we know how important it is to have absolute confidence in the people you choose. If you are looking for caring, trustworthy people to look after your valuable property and precious pets please contact us.
Kay & Jeff