Jobs and Travelling South Australia

 

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Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
Casual fruit picking jobs in South Australia
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South Australia's city. Adelaide was founded by free settlers rather than with convict labour and has grown into a very successful city. As the capital city of South Australia it as become home to many Australian industry, South Australia is home to the Australian wine industry with Barossa Valley at the head.



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Adelaide the capital city of South Australia.



Adelaide was set up as a free settlement rather than with convict labour and has grown into a very successful city. As the capital city of South Australia it as become home to many Australian industry, South Australia is home to the Australian wine industry with Barossa Valley at the head, it as become the country's largest producer of quality lamb meat, it is situated on the Southern Ocean and has a burgeoning fishing and aquaculture industry and is the source of fresh juices and sparkling mineral waters used in the manufacture of high quality beverages. Wine, meat and seafood, dairy products, fruit and vegetables, and confectionery comprise the bulk of exported processed foods. So if you are looking for work you should be able to find something that suits you.


Did you Know?

  • Adelaide has a population, of around 1 million

  • Is the National Wine Centre for Australia North

  • Adelaide is the home to the Adelaide Festival of Arts & the Fringe Festival.

  • Adelaide has the largest and longest running fresh produce market in Australia.

  • Has the longest guided busway in the world called The Obahn.

  • The largest and oldest glasshouses in a Botanic Garden in the Southern Hemisphere. Imported from London.

  • Adelaide has the closest and most accessible beaches of an Australian Capital City.

  • Have the most restaurants per head of population then any other city in Australia.

  • Is home to the RM Williams Museum & clothing outfitters at Prospect.

  • Adelaide is home to The Sir Donald Bradman Collection Exhibition.


South Australian Visitor & Travel Centre
18 King William Street Adelaide
Email informationandbookings@southaustralia.com

Rundle Mall Information Centre
Rundle Mall Adelaide
Email visitor@adelaidecitycouncil.com

Glenelg Visitor Information Centre
Foreshore, Glenelg
Email glenelginfo@bettanet.net.au

Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre
66 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
Email visitorinfo@portenf.sa.gov.au


Details
Trip Preparation
  • Passport

  • Required Visa

  • Money

  • Vacinations

Climate and Clothing
  • Sun Screen

  • Hats

  • Sun Glasses

  • Clothing



We have put together a few lists to help you find accommodation and work whilst travelling around Australia these will help point you in the right direction.


  

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