Jul 11, 2022

Which harvest would you like to work on? Take your pick!

Are you ready to start a new adventure in the second half of 2022 – one that gives you the opportunity to see Australia while earning good money and gaining agricultural experience?

Agri Labour Australia places hard-working candidates from all walks of life (locals, students, holidaymakers, veterans, grey nomads, you name it) into rewarding harvest roles with employers across Australia.

From the pristine coastline of North Queensland to the mountain ranges of New South Wales and beyond, our harvest calendar is full and there are plenty of positions that need to be filled.

Our team is currently recruiting for several major projects running from July until December, including the almond, citrus, mango, blueberry and grain harvests – as well as jobs in tree planting. We’ve provided a brief summary of each opportunity below, with links to additional information and how to apply.

Almond June, July NSW, VIC, SA On-farm, stockpad and factory processing roles.
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Citrus June, July, August, September SA Pruners, packers, graders, machinery operators and harvest supervisors.
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Mango November, December QLD, NT Pickers, packers, labellers, graders, stackers, machine operators and drivers.
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Blueberries October, November, December QLD (Sept), NSW (Dec),
TAS (Dec / Jan)
Pickers, utility drivers, quality assessors and supervisors.
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Grain September, October, November, December QLD, NSW, VIC, SA, WA Harvest workers for wheat, sorghum, canola, barley and chickpeas.
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Tree planting  July, August, September TAS Planters.
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How do I know if agriculture work is right for me?

Agriculture is a broad industry encompassing a wide range of roles, from general labouring and machinery through to management and administration. If you’re willing to work hard, you’ll find plenty of rewarding seasonal opportunities on offer across the country.

What is the pay for each harvest role?

We encourage you to take a look at the role you’re interested in via the links in the table above, or via our job board, as pay rates can differ according to harvest and role.

Do I need a visa to accept agricultural work with Agri Labour Australia?

You’ll need to be either an Australian citizen / Permanent Resident, or have the correct visa for the work you intend to do. As part of our commitment to compliance, our team completes VEVO checks to ensure that you have the right to work in Australia before your application progresses.

Why should I take a job with Agri Labour Australia?

At Agri Labour Australia, we’re always looking for great people to join our team, and we’re committed to making sure our harvest workers – the newest members of My Agri Family – are safe, healthy and happy during their time with us. As Australia’s largest agricultural recruitment agency, we can also offer a wide variety of work opportunities across the country.

If you want to work for a company that works hard for you, check out our current opportunities or send us an enquiry.

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