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Typical working holiday
Many working travelers choose to purchase a vehicle, normally a station wagon or camper van so they have the option to sleep in the vehicle when required. This is not always necessary as it is easy to meet other travelers and share the costs with them if they have a vehicle, or use public transport, though this is limited when compared to many other countries, particularly as some of the most scenic parts of Australia can be in very remote areas.
There are many hostels available that provide dorm rooms, a kitchen, and a bathroom for between $17 -$28 AUD (approx.) per night. Campgrounds range from $5-$20 per night and there are places that you can camp for free. Typical work includes farm work, fruit picking, pruning and packing and waiting in restaurants.
- Be between 18 and 30 years of age
- Have a valid driver’s license (not a requirement, but nice to have)
- Be flexible in regard to the location in Australia
- Be in good health, and have no criminal record
- Be single, unmarried and childless
- Two nights paid accommodation provided in Noosa
- Four days/nights rural training on a farm with meals included
- Orientation course including bank and tax set up
- Guaranteed Job Placement
- Phone and email support
- The chance to learn new experiences and make new friends!
- Paid weekly/fortnightly
- Furnished accommodation
- Protective equipment (safety clothing etc.)
- Supportive learning environment
- Access to other young/international farmers
- A chance to share your knowledge and learn new skills.
- Flights to and from Australia
- Travel within Australia (excluding airport transfer)
- Travel Insurance
- Visa fees
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