Deloraine

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Set on the banks of Meander river, Deloraine is Located 50km west of Launceston. The town itself is classified by the National trust and is home to the Annual Tasmanian Craft Fair where the population of Deloraine increases to as much as 30,000 during the Art Fair.   Fruit Picking Work in Deloraine January to December –Vegetables December to May – Raspberries Fruit Picking Jobs in Deloraine Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Deloraine Getting There Deloraine is a 40 minute drive from both of Devonport and Launceston. The town is serviced regularly by local buses and with a car Read more

Devonport

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Approximately 100km from Launceston, Devonport is favored with a temperate coastal climate, strongly influenced by the ocean. Situated at the mouth of Mersey River, a stone’s throw to the Tasmanian high country, Devonport is a great place to explore and use a base to discover Tasmania. Harvest work wise you’ll expect to seek employment picking vegetables, apples, stone fruit, cherries and berries.   Fruit Picking Work in Devonport January to December – Vegetables March to May – Apples December to January – Stonefruit, Cherries December to April – Berries Fruit Picking Jobs in Devonport Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Read more

Huonville

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Located 38km south of Hobart, Huonville produces more then half of Tasmania’s apples. Enjoy the backdrop and scenic views as the hills, orchard and lush landscape combine to provide a truly relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. The town also produces cherries, pears, mushrooms, apricots, plums so there will be opportunities to seek employment.   Fruit Picking Work in Huonville January to February – Apricots March to April – Grapes March to May – Apples June to August – Vine pruning December to February – Cherries December to May – Strawberries Fruit Picking Jobs in Huonville Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Read more

Launceston

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Tasmania’s second largest city, Launceston is located approximately 200km north of Hobart. A gateway to the beautiful wineries of the Tamar Valley, the town is home to an array of wonderful Victorian style buildings. History aside, Launceston boasts holds the record as the first Australian city to be lit by hydroelectricity and to have underground sewers.   Fruit Picking Work in Launceston February to May – Apples March to May – Grapes July to August – Vine pruning Fruit Picking Jobs in Launceston Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Launceston Getting There Launceston is a 2 hours drive north of Read more

New Norfolk

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Located approximately 30 kms west of Hobart, New Norfolk is located along the magnificent Derwent River. The area itself is full of magnificent scenery, historic buildings in the midst of the peaceful and relaxing surroundings. Make sure you check out the beautiful mountain and valley views while you soak up the fresh air.   Fruit Picking Work in New Norfolk March to April – Hops, grapes June to July – Vine pruning September to October – Hops stringing December to February – Cherries Fruit Picking Jobs in New Norfolk Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s New Norfolk Getting There Buses Read more

Mornington Peninsula

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The Mornington Peninsula covers a vast array of land from Hastings to Rosebud. Within a stones through to beautiful beaches, natural hot springs and national parks the peninsula is a great place to complete your specified work. Harvest jobs in the region include grape, apple, cherry, strawberry and raspberry picking.   Fruit Picking Work in Mornington Peninsula February to April – Grapes March to November – Apple Picking November to January – Cherries November to April – Strawberry Picking December to March – Raspberry Picking Fruit Picking Jobs in the Mornington Peninsula Fruit Picking Jobs in Victoria Where’s the Mornington Read more

Nyah

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Located on the banks of the Murray River, Nyah is known for it’s grapes and stone fruit production. The small town is a stones through away from the beautiful state forests of the river red gum.  Make sure you check out the beautiful bush walking and picnics spots in the Nyah & Vinifera State Forest. Harvest work wise if you don’t end up picking grapes or stone fruit there’s opportunities should arise picking vegetables or pruning vines.   Fruit Picking Work in Nyah January to May – Grapes May to January – Citrus May to February – Vegetables May to Read more

Myrtleford

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Positioned in the northern foothills of the Mt Buffalo Range adjacent the Ovens River, Happy Valley Creek and Barwidgee Creek Myrtleford is home to some great wineries beautiful scenery and breathtaking views. Harvest work wise you’ll be picking grapes, apples, chestnuts, walnuts and hops.   Fruit Picking Work in Myrtleford January to April – Apples February to March – Grapes March to April – Hops, chestnuts,walnuts June to August – Vine pruning Fruit Picking Jobs in Myrtleford Fruit Picking Jobs in Victoria Where’s Myrtleford Getting There Myrtleford is a 3 hours drive north west of Melbourne and 7 hours south Read more

Kununurra

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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