Are you looking to work your way around Australia on a working road trip, or to follow the seasonal work or volunteering trail, or a student looking to do short-term work during your holidays then hopefully you'll find information here about worker friendly temporary accommodation, seasonal work both paid and volunteering as well as lots of other information to help you on your Australian Workstay journey
If you are a backpacker, student, traveller or migrant coming to Australia and you have a working visa and want to work in our cities or regional areas while travelling this great land "Australia" you have come to the right website. What you are about to do is embarked on a working adventure that will likely become one of the most exciting journeys of your life. For many, it will be a life-changing journey. Along the way, you will make some great friends that can last forever and you will have many fond memories experiences and for those that are Migrating one of our directors done exactly that 19 years ago, so we do have an understanding of what you are maybe going through. Remember, your international passport, to success in life and travels, is respect, honesty, cheerfulness and as many acts of random kindness as possible. Good luck! And don`t forget you do need a Working Visa to Work in Australia. To get the right Visa try Global Visas they have great information and resources regarding all types of visas. - Workstay "Helping you find work in Australia". Travel Insurance while travelling. Should you get travel insurance or not is one of the biggest questions travellers ask. Due to being asked about this by so many of our customers we have put together a list for you to view. Do you have insurance while travelling Australia? Don't Forget!!! Get Travel Insurance it's "better to be safe than sorry"
Finding casual work whilst travelling around Australia is not always easy with numbers increasing each year competition grows to find that elusive job. One of the main reasons for not finding a job is reasearch, knowing when and where the seasons are right for fruit picking.More Info
One of the best things about working out in the bush is that you meet some great characters. Whether it be kicking back on a day off drinking beers with the boys; sitting out in the sun gassing to the other barmaids; or out playing tennis or at the gym with the kitchen crew, there were always people around.More Info
Tax for working holiday makers. It is a complete myth that you will automatically get all your tax back when you leave Australia! There is a lot of confusion out there amongst, not only working holiday backpackers but also amongst many employers and even some accountants and tax agents.Read More
WHV's can ONLY be applied for; before arriving in Australia. Working Holiday Visa's* can only be granted before you arrive in Australia. For details about applying visitmore info
Outback Station and regional Farm work will go towards your 2nd year visa whether its paid or voluntary.more info
A working hostel is where staff actively helps their guests to find work as long as you are staying at the hostel.Read More
We did not know what to expect, but it ended up being one of the highlights of our trip. We would never do anything like this at home but travelling around Australia doing casual jobs in Perth was brilliant from fruit picking in Victoria, Bar work in Western Australia and living on an island in Queensland was magical and meeting new friends for life. I would definitely recommend backpacking around Australia.READ a blog about fruit picking
Start your search with a look at things you need to know when working or travelling around Australia.