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Find backpacker’s job experiences on their Working Holiday Visa. About fruit picking, woofing, HelpX, catering, farming, jobs in hospitality and many more…

As soon as she set foot Down Under, Victoria’s number one priority was to find a job that would allow her to afford and enjoy her Australian adventure. Naturally, she turned to hospitality, as you do not need a...
Finding a job in Australia is not so easy. But Alexandra, a young traveller was lucky and hit the jackpot. She arrived in Melbourne in August. After 3 days she flew to Cairns where she found a dream job in Australia! Read more...
I had never picked up a tool in my life until October last year when I became a professional water tank builder. It was a unique working holiday experience in Australia. Packing mangoes in...
I’ve been in Australia for a couple of years and am living in Sydney now. When I first landed in Australia I lived in Melbourne. And let me tell you I was dying to get a job. After three...
Lily, 25, arrived in Australia with her friend Anaïs on a Working Holiday Visa. After buying a van, they started looking for a job with two goals in mind: to finance their road trip and to live...
Marina was traveling in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa. In Monkey Mia she worked as a volunteer for the Shark Bay Reserve, where she got the opportunity to feed dolphins. Here is her story on this wonderful spot,...
A summary of a typical day in a Cherry Fruit Picking harvest in Adelaide Hills. Cherries are especially easy to harvest, the jobs also have the reputation of being well paid. So when you come across really nice farmers, this...
When Melissa  - a French backpacker - arrived in Australia, she had no idea what to expect. She knew that if she ever wanted to stay longer in Australia, she could go work on a farm for...
A lot of people wonder what kind of jobs they can do whilst on a Working Holiday Visa (417) or Work and Holiday Visa (462) in Australia. And more importantly, what kind of salary they can expect!...
Working in the construction industry has many advantages in Australia. Firstly, you can find work both in the city and in the countryside. Secondly, these jobs are usually well paid (way above the minimum wage for backpackers)....

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