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


Nangiloc is a small rural town of 400 people located 40km south of Mildura. Harvest work wise you’ll find work picking grapes, citrus fruits, vegetables, asparagus and vine pruning.


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


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


Just 300 km from Perth, Manjimup is home to abundant fresh water, rich soils, undulating scenery, tall forests and tranquil surroundings. Manjimup’s fertile land is used for dairying and farms of beef, sheep and vegetables not to mention pear and apple orchards. Don’t forget to attend the annual cherry festival in December.   Fruit Picking Work in Manjimup February – May – Pears and Apples October to June – Potatoes December to February – Avocados / Stonefruit December to March – Vegetables Fruit Picking Jobs in Kununurra Fruit Picking Jobs in Western Australia Where’s Manjimup Getting There Manjimup is 300km Read more


Nestled between three large hills, Mount Clarence, Mount Melville and Mount Adelaide, Albany located in the states south west corner approximately 400km from Perth. Soak up the breath taking views and you enjoy the stunning backdrops and amazing scenery.   Fruit Picking Work in Albany March to April – Grape picking May to June – Olive picking June to September – Vine pruning July to August – Olive tree pruning October to May – Strawberries Fruit Picking Jobs in Kununurra Fruit Picking Jobs in Northern Territory Where’s Albany Getting There Albany is a 5 hours drive south east from Perth Read more


The largest town in the Gascoyne region, Carnarvon is located between Exmouth and Monkey Mia, approximately 900km north of Perth. Famous for it’s Banana plantations you’ll also find working picking mangoes,watermelons, rockmelons, eggplant and zucchinis to name a few. Makes sure you check out the Ningaloo Reef and the beautiful wildflowers when your off the clock.   Fruit Picking Work in Carnavon January to March – Mangoes January to April – Watermelons, rockmelons January to December – Bananas May to July – Vine pruning May to November – Egg plant, cucumbers,zucchinis May to December – Tomatoes, capsicums August to December Read more


Surrounded by hills and karri forests, Denmark is approximately 400 kilometers south of Perth. The climate lends itself to grape growing so expect to seek work at vineyards and wineries. There will also be opportunities to pick blueberries from December through to March.   Fruit Picking Crops in Denmark February to April – Grapes June to September – Vine pruning December to March – Blueberries Fruit Picking Jobs in Denmark Fruit Picking Jobs in Western Australia Where’s Denmark Getting There Denmark is 420km south of Perth, it’s a 5 hour drive mostly along the Albany Highway. Regular air services operate Read more


From humble beginnings as a small goldfield, Donnybrook is known as the Apple capital of the south west located approximately 200km from Perth and 35km from Bunbury. The town is surrounded by stunning forests, winding rivers, rolling hills, picturesque vineyards and beautiful orchards.   Fruit Picking Work in Donnybrook February -to April – Pears, tomatoes,grapes February to June – Apples June to September – Apple tree pruning,Vine pruning November to December – Apple thinning, stonefruit December to March – Stonefruit Fruit Picking Jobs in Donnybrook Fruit Picking Jobs in Western Australia Where’s Donnybrook Getting There Donnybrook is a short 2 Read more


Frankland is a small agricultural town that derives it name from the Franklin River. At around 400 kilometres the Frankland is the longest river that flows into the Walpole-Nornalup Inlet. Harvest Work wise you’ll expect to obtain employment picking grapes, olives and pruning vines.   Fruit Picking Work in Frankland February to April – Grapes May to June – Olive picking June to September – Vine pruning July to August – Olive picking Fruit Picking Jobs in Frankland Fruit Picking Jobs in Western Australia Where’s Frankland Getting There Frankland is a 4 hour drive from south of Perth, otherwise bus Read more