Hunter Valley

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The Hunter Valley is known as one of Australia’s oldest and most successful wine regions, with a number of landmark labels being established in the area, including Lindemans and Tyrell’s Wine. Taking in around 12,000 square kilometres, the region extends from 120km to 310km North of Sydney and this includes a massive 120 wineries. With beautiful scenery and a large number of tourist attractions, the Hunter Valley really is a great place to go fruit picking.   Fruit Picking Work in Hunter Valley January to March – Grape picking March to June – Olives June to September – Vine pruning Read more



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Not only is Jugiong home to amazing views, excellent fishing and an old world charm, the region also produces some exquisite drops of wine. Make sure you go on a winery tour if you’re in the region. The town is located on the famous Murrumbidgee River around 3 and half to 4 hours south west of Sydney. As expected you’ll find your picking grapes or vine pruning and or trimming when partaking in harvest work in Jugiong.   Fruit Picking Work in Jugiong January to March – Grapes March to June – Olives June to September – Vine pruning Fruit Read more



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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