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Farm Work Information

Jobs Vacant


Resumes will expire after 1 month, you will then need to resubmit online.



Various positions, including agricultural work, landscaping, tractor driving and fruit picking.

Some of the advertised positions will enable you to obtain a second working holiday visa.

How much can I earn working on a farm / fruit picking?

Some growers will pay you by the hour and $10 an hour is a good rate but most places will pay you by the quantity of fruit you pick. If you’re prepared to work hard you can earn good money! Meals and accommodation are usually provided so you won’t have to worry about extra costs, but everywhere is different so check with the grower before you accept a position. Payment will normally be weekly or fortnightly.

Queensland Jobs

Best time of year: Work is available all year round

Crop and region: bananas and sugar (Tully); fruits and vegetables (February to March in Childers and Bundaberg); ginger (February to March on the Sunshine Coast); vegetables (April to December in Bundaberg and the Lockyer Valley); beans (April to November in the Mary Valley); broccoli (May to October in Milmerran and Toowoomba); sugar cane, bananas and tobacco (May to December in Ayr, Ingham and Innisfail)

New South Wales Jobs

Best time of year: Work is available all year round

Crop and region: Bananas (Coffs Harbour); orchard fruits, cotton and asparagus (November to April in Bathurst, Dubbo and Orange); grapes (February to March in Griffith)

South Australia Jobs

Best time of year: February to August; and October to February

Crop and region: citrus (Riverland); dried fruits (February to April; in Riverland); grapes (February to April in the Barossa Valley and Southern Vales); brussels sprouts (February to August in Adelaide Hills); strawberries (October to February in Adelaide Hills)

Tasmania Jobs

Best time of year: December to May

Crop and region: orchard fruits (March to May in Huon Valley, Tasman, Peninsula, West Tamar); soft fruit (December to January in Houn and Derwent Valleys, Kingborough, Channel District); grapes (February to April in the Huon and Tamar Valley); hops (March to April in Scottsdale, New Norfolk, Davenport)

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