A Launceston man who once saved his ex-girlfriend from a coyote and held her hand while she got her rabies shot, is looking for love again.
Oh, and he owns a vineyard.
Nick, 44, of Marion's Vineyard at Deviot, is set to appear on Channel 7's new season of Farmer Wants a Wife.
"I can meet women," he said. "But mainly they're tourists that are flying back to Prague tomorrow ... it was nice to meet you."
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Nick describes himself as someone who answers survey questions with LL Cool J lyrics.
"I'm the type of guy that shows up on the scene and gets the seven digits, you know the routine," he said.
He is a dual citizen, loves the ocean, to surf, dive, forests and playing golf.
His favourite band is Queens of the Stone Age and his favourite movie is Repo Man because it has everything, including car chases, aliens, punk rock and crime.
Nick once made three bird aviaries for Nirvana guitarist Kurt Cobain, and has drank whisky with Hunter S Thompson.
As for what he has to offer: wine and food.
"I bring a lot of wine to the relationship, that's for sure. I also know where to find the best tacos. I'm very good at finding tacos. So yes, tacos and wine," he said.
The most romantic thing he has ever done was protect his ex-girlfriend from a coyote on top of a mountain as they were trying to watch a meteor shower.
"I held her hand while she received five or so giant rabies shots. It was gnarly," he said.
He says he is very modest, but also super awesome with dance moves that have made grown men cry like children.
"I know what mushrooms won't kill you," he said.
"I also have an uncanny knack for finding the best restaurants and places to stay in any city I am in."
He has no children yet, but hasn't ruled it out for his future. He said he would like to have children precisely nine months after first meeting a lady, which might have been a joke.
To find love would mean everything to him and is looking to find that missing piece of him that he didn't know existed.
"I just haven't walked in the right circles to meet her."
Nick is looking for a lady that simply accepts him for who he is, but pushes him to be a better person.
"I'm looking for a lady that I can get along with. I like really happy, smiley people and laughing a lot. I love funny ladies."
There are five other farmers also looking for a wife in the 2020 season.
Alex, 28 - Cunnamulla, QLD: A sheep and cattle farmer, Alex describes himself as an energetic larrikin who enjoys being outside. He's visited more than 32 countries, speaks some German, and loves indie rock and grunge.
Neil, 42 - Crookwell, NSW: Neil farms Merino Sheep, and is a father of three teenagers. He enjoys running, rugby, reading and writing, poker, politics and touch footy.
Sam, 27 - Innisfail, QLD: A tropical fruit farmer, Sam says he has a heart of gold and a pretty dry sense of humour. He also loves to be outdoors, and is very family-orientated. His interests, unsurprisingly, revolve around cars, camping, and tractors - and he loves country music.
Jack, 27 - Harrow, VIC: A merino wool farmer, Jack describes himself as adventurous, empathetic, loyal, and the type who sees the good in people. He loves the outdoors, travelling, exercise, and debating - and enjoys thinking and talking about the big questions.
Harry, 28 - Goolgowi, NSW: A farmer of grapes, cotton and sheep, Harry describes himself as a small-town country boy with a big heart and a lot of love to give, enjoying the simple life of working on the farm.
Applications for Farmer Wants a Wife are now open.
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