At Peachester, my wife and I own 28 acres of rural land. At the age of 61, and running a publishing firm (see www.pocketbooks.com.au) I do not really have the time to start a Permaculture Biodynamic farm. But our land is probably quite perfect. We have 1850 mm of rain each year - yes 73 inches, in sub tropical climate, at 155 m above sea level. We would like to lease 5 acre sections (2 ha) on a share-farm basis, or preferably, a direct rent basis, at about $300 Aust per week. Long leases and options can be arranged. We will look to see if we can supply a shed/office/garage (which might unofficially really double as a bungalow with a rest-sleep area) with gravity water tank and solar cell electricity. One block is fairly clear and could be planted with vegetables and fruit trees fairly quickly. The other four blocks have regrowth pine timber and other trees. Initially, some-one on each block with a chain saw could make quite a good living selling firewood, and then planting vegetables and fruit trees as sections of land are prepared. Some fencing is needed for keeping of stock. Peachester in Queensland is about 85 km (50 miles) north of Brisbane, and about 45 miles from Brisbane airport. We are at 476 - 500 MacDonald's Rd. Google often says this is Bald Knob locality, although the area was changed to Peachester locality about five years ago. Gerry Clarke and Nevenka Clarke (07) 5439 0880 or 0411 144 881. From overseas: + 61 7 5439 0880 or + 61 4 1114 4881.