Orange is a vibrant rural city, known for it’s great food and winealong with strong apple, grape and cherry industries.
New South Wales
“Try your luck in Tooleybuc”, you’ll find yourself right on the border, with neighbouring town Piangil located in Victoria. Fruit picking work is available with grape, citrus, stone fruit and vegetable crops in season at various stages throughout the year. There’s also opportunities available vine trimming and prunning. Fruit Picking Work in Tooleybuc January to May – Grapes May to January – Citrus May to February – Vegetables May to September – Vine pruning December to February – Stonefruit Fruit Picking Jobs in the Tooleybuc Fruit Picking Jobs in New South Wales Where’s Tooleybuc Getting There The closest major Read more
Trangie is a small rural town known for it’s large cotton production.
You’re in the Snowy Mountains region, a great white wine producing area you will be sure to find work in the Tumbarumba. There’s various work on offer all year round, from Vine pruning to Fruit Picking of all sorts including, grape, apple, cherry and berry picking. Fruit Picking Work in Tumbarumba January to March – Stonefruit January to April – Grapes March to May – Apples April to May – Chestnuts June to September – Vine pruning November to December – Cherries December to April – Berries Fruit Picking Jobs in the Tumbarumba Fruit Picking Jobs in New South Read more
Situated in the Snowy Mountains, make sure you check out the beautiful panoramic views from the Rotary Lookout. Work wise it’s all about Apple picking and the Stone fruit harvest ( plums, cherries, peaches, apricots) From October – May there will be work on offer. Fruit Picking Work in Tumut February to May – Apples October to March – Stonefruit Fruit Picking Jobs in Tumut Fruit Picking Jobs in New South Wales Where’s Tumut Getting There The closest major city is Canberra, a 2 hour drive away along the Barton and Hume Highway. From Sydney the drive is about Read more
Warren is a quiet rural township located on the Macquarie river. The region is known for it’s sheep and cotton industry, having the reputation as the “Wool and Cotton Capital of Australia”. Fruit Picking Work in Warren April to May – Cotton Picking and Cotton Ginning Fruit Picking Jobs in Warren Fruit Picking Jobs in New South Wales Where’s Warren Getting There So you’re inland now, having a car is your best bet, take the Castlereagh Highway for 7hrs north west from Sydney. Transport wise, daily bus and train services operate to Dubbo, from there a bus operates 3 Read more
Wee Waa meaning ” Fire for Roasting” is a rural township referred to as Australia’s Cotton Capital. The best time to obtain work is certainly during April and May. There is also farm work opportunities in Wheat, Beef, Sheep and Wine industries. Fruit Picking Work in Wee Waa April to May – Cotton Picking & Cotton Ginning Fruit Picking Jobs in Wee Waa Fruit Picking Jobs in New South Wales Where’s Wee Waa Getting There Wee Waa is a 7 hour drive north west from Sydney along the Kamilaroi Highway. Accommodation There’s a caravan park in town, otherwise you Read more
You’re really inland now, Wentworth is where the Murray river meets the Darling River. The closest major city is Adelaide but you’re actually in New South Wales. The region is known for it’s grape and citrus crops, with many other fruit picking opportunities near bye in Dareton and Mildura. Fruit Picking Work in Wentworth January to May – Grapes May to January – Citrus May to February – Vegetables May to September –Vine pruning September to January – Asparagus Fruit Picking Jobs in Wentworth Fruit Picking Jobs in New South Wales Where’s Wentworth Getting There The closest major city is Read more
You’re in cherry country now,Young is known as the cherry picking capital of Australia. You may also find jobs fruitpicking grapes, berries, stone fruits or vine pruning. Remember to visit the annual cherry festival,a must see when in the picturesque Hilltops food and wine region. Fruit Picking Work in Young February to April – Stonefruit, grapes, berries June to September – Vine pruning November to December – Cherries Fruit Picking Jobs in Young Fruit Picking Jobs in New South Wales Where’s Young Getting There From Sydney its a 4hr drive and about 7hrs from Melbourne, both along the Hume Read more
Located on the banks of the fertile Namoi River Valley and situated almost equal distance between Sydney and Brisbane, this small town is in the centre of one of the major cotton growing areas of NSW. Narrabri has been named “Australia’s sportiest town’ due to its large number of parks, ovals and sporting facilities in the area.