Australian farm work is attracting young overseas travellers looking for employment and adventure as they enjoy extended working holidays ‘down under’.
“I love it,” says Katrina Weiler, an enthusiastic young German traveller.
She worked on Australian farms for four months doing mixed farming work on a beef cattle property and an alpaca farm.
This agricultural work is changing the world view of the 22-year-old, city-based German events manager from near Frankfurt.
Her positive experience helps supports the Australian Government’s latest tourism growth forecasts that estimate the value of tourism at $94 billion for Australia.
Katrina Weiler says farm work is rewarding.
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