Working Outback Farms Australia

 

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Outback Farms Australia
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Most Outback Stations are mainly Sheep and Cattle Stations and then you have the farms that do Wheat and Barley that are closer to the major cities and towns.
Outback Stations and Farm work will go towards your 2nd year visa whether its paid or voluntary.



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Working on an Outback Station

Working on a Outback station will be a once in lifetime experience, some of these stations are the size of a small country like Belgium, you will get to see and do some amazing this, but be prepare for isolation, danger is always just around the corner, encounters with weird animals and deadly ones too. To get to work on one of these wonderful stations, will require some ground work. The right times of year will be different for each state, but there is plenty of maintenance around the stations and work around the house to consider. Just do some leg work and you will be happy you did if you land the right one.


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Trip Preparation
  • Passport Visa

  • Bank account

  • Contact details

  • Emergency contacts in the country you are moving too.

Climate and Clothing
  • You can get pretty much anything you need in Australia.

  • Do some research on whether to bring or buy when here.

  • Great summer gear can be purchased in Australia

  • Check exchange rate.



 

Outback Stations and Farm Familiarisation program

Another way of experiencing an Australian Outback Stations or farm is on a Farm Familiarisation program. If you just want to experience life on an Outback Station or Farm, then you can do just that, with a few different options through companies that have Farm Familiarisation programs, (there are fees attached) these programs give you the necessary tools for working on an Outback station and include activities like: 

  1. Quad Bike riding and Basic Maintenance 
  2. Ag Bike Riding and Basic Maintenance 
  3. Stock Horse Riding 
  4. Tractor Driving and Basic Maintenance 
  5. Rural Fencing Techniques 
  6. 4x4 Operations, Off-road Driving and Basic Maintenance 
  7. Useful Knots 
  8. Cattle Mustering 
  9. Cattle Yard Work 

With this experience under your belt, you should be able to work you way around Australia and have some great experiences and get to meet the locals. If you wish to get more information on these type of companies, please email us at Contact Farm Familiarisation courses.




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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