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Just under an hours drive from Brisbane there’s work all year round in Laidley. You’re most likely going to get a job between March and November , but many of the farmers know each other, so you may secure work after the current harvest is exhausted. Its a very scenic region and within close proximity to two major cities. Overall Laidley is a good destination for harvest work.   Fruit Picking Work in Laidley March to April – Sweet Potatoes March to June – Beans May to September – Snow peas May to October – Celery, Chinese cabbage May to Read more

St George


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St George is a major primary producing region situated 500kn inland from the coast. The area is known for producing cotton, sheep, beef cattle and many horticultural crops including grapes, pumpkins, melons and onions. There is fruit picking and farm work in the region, so go prepared and ready for hard work.   Fruit Picking Work in St George March to June – Cotton picking June to February – Grapes June to August – Pumpkins November to January – Pumpkins November to April – Melons November to December – Onions Fruit Picking Jobs in St George Fruit Picking Jobs in Read more



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Bairnsdale is located on the river flats of the Mitchell River, near where the river flows into Lake King and is the regional and commercial centre of East Gippsland. Harvest work wise most of the opportunities exist from August through to may where you’ll expect to find work picking cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, potatoes, carrots, chillis, capsicums and many others. Fruit Picking Work in Bairnsdale January to December – Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, potatoes, carrots February to June – Chillis, capsicums, egg plant, tomatoes August to January – Asparagus November to May – Celery, snow peas December to May – Read more


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Despite being a fairly young town, Kununurra sits on an ancient landscape where early Aboriginal tribes roamed. Initiated to service the Ord River Irrigation scheme, Kununurra is located approximately 40km from the Northern Territory border. Therefore the climate is similar to that of Darwin, with the dry season coming during winter. Fruit Picking Work in Kununurra February to April – Orange, Citrus March to September – Tree planting May to November – Melons, pumpkins June to September – Corn October to December – Mangoes (Dry Season April – October) Fruit Picking Jobs in Kununurra Fruit Picking Jobs in Western Australia Read more



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When you hear Bundaberg what springs to mind is probably Rum, but Bundaberg is one of Australia’s leading harvest work regions. Located about 375km north of Brisbane, Bundy produces the most tomatoes Australia wide and accounts for approximately one-fifth of all national sugar production. This supports the production of Ginger Beer and Rum, where harvested canes are easily transported to these codependent industries . Don’t worry it ain’t just sugar and tomatoes! Their is loads of  fruit picking and vegetable picking work with cucumber, mango, capsicum, beans, paw paw, corn, avocado, citrus, potatoes and many others ready for the picking.  With farm work also available Bundaberg has opportunities Read more


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Referred to as the “Heart of the Scenic Rim”, Boonah is located 90km from Brisbane and 100km the Gold Coast. One of the most attractive areas in South East Queensland you will find yourself amongst rugged mountains, beautiful lakes and 7 picturesque national parks. Bonnah is know for providing employment in harvesting, packaging and processing produce along with fruit picking the wide array of fruits and vegetables. Much of this produce will make it to the Brisbane markets for sale.   Fruit Picking Work in Boonah March to April – Sweet potatoes March to June – Beans May to September – Snow peas Read more