We are doing a small drilling program on our gold project about one hour from Gladstone and are looking for a willing helper to cook dinners for 5 - 6 people a day for two weeks commencing immediately. Must have your own transport and a tent/van. All facilities in the work house are provided. You will also need a work visa too. The good thing is you'll have most of the day to hang out in a lovely farm environment which isn't too far from the coast. Ideally suited to someone looking for somewhere to park up for a couple of weeks and save a few dollars before heading off to the next place. Please email if you are interested.
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