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It’s all about the Oranges in Gayndah, with many referring to the Region as the ” Orange capital of Queensland”. Being a small rural town it would be smart to have your own car and camping gear and I would even go as far as calling the local recruitment agency before arriving. Also weather can be wet and damp in some parts of the peak season so make sure you have some wet and warm work gear.   Fruit Picking Work in Gayndah March to September – Citrus November to March – Citrus pruning Fruit Picking Jobs in Gayndah Fruit Read more