To be eligible for a working holiday visa you must
have a passport
be 18 - 30 years old
be double vaccinated
with a COVID-19 vaccine that Australia recognises
The online application will only take 5 minutes or so.
Have your ID and resume ready to upload.
are you ready to work hard, earn australian dollars, and
experience life in a new country?
grading quality of fruit.
packing fruit into bins, boxes, cartons or trays.
ensuring that all fruit is processed in a safe, hygienic manner.
overseeing grading and packing operations.
Quality control officer
ensuring consistent produce quality.
operating forklifts and transporting produce.
* Note: all applicants for this role are required to have obtained a forklift licence.
Who is Agri Labour Australia?
Founded in 2010, Agri Labour Australia is an industry-leading agricultural recruitment specialist, successfully placing thousands of candidates across Australia each year. Since starting our business, we’ve focussed on building a strong sense of community and providing ongoing, on-the-ground support for all of our candidates.
We pride ourselves on our commitment to compliance, offering award rates or above, and ensuring that each of our candidates feel like a valued part of #myagrifamily. If you’re ready to make memories that will last a lifetime, you’re in the right place.
Everything you need to know about working with Agri Labour Australia.
Who is eligible for the opportunity?
Everyone from school leavers to middle-aged semi-skilled workers is welcome to join the Agri Labour family! Our ideal candidates will be:
- Working Holiday Visa holders (or eligible for a WHV)
- At least 18 years old
- Proficient in English communication
- Reasonably physical fit
- Able to commit to the season
- Vaccinated against COVID-19 – all candidates must have received two doses of an Australian-recognised vaccine
Can I choose the job I want to do?
Within reason. ALA will take candidates’ preferences into account when allocating jobs and shifts, but this may change depending on our clients’ operational requirements.
What happens if COVID-19 affects travel?
In the event of a COVID-19 outbreak that prevents travel, ALA can offer candidates great alternative placements at desirable locations right across Australia.
How much can I expect to earn?
Agri Labour Australia pays all workers in accordance with industry award rates. To find out more about the rate of pay for your current or desired role, send us a message.
Where are the roles located?
ALA recruits for roles located across Australia.
What kind of work is on offer?
ALA recruits workers for roles across a broad range of industries, from livestock and poultry jobs to cotton, broadacre farming and horticulture. Roles vary depending on the industry and candidate qualifications and experience.
Do I need a visa?
Yes – all workers must have a valid Working Holiday Visa.
Can I work and live with my friends?
We encourage our candidates to apply with their friends, and will endeavour to place groups into roles on the same site.
Who can I talk to with questions whilst I am there?
If you have any questions or concerns, your recruiter will always be happy to help. You can also enquire with the employment office at your work site, where we have consultants on-hand to provide advice and support.
What if I want to continue working after my placement is over?
If you enjoy your first working experience and decide that you would like to stay in Australia and continue working, your Agri Labour Australia recruiter will be more than happy to find you another job.
Do I need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to be able to take part?
Yes, all workers must have received two doses of a recognised COVID-19 vaccine.