Here you will find information on finding work on Outback Stations and Farms around Victoria, most Outback Stations are mainly Sheep and Cattle Stations.Then you have the Wheat and Barley Farms that are closer to the towns and cities.
Outback Stations and Farm work will go towards your 2nd year visa whether its paid or voluntary. Don`t forget to look on Workstays Jobs board these jobs do come up all the time but be quick.
Types of work you may be able to apply for on an Outback Station to get your 2nd year visa is quite varied for instance.
Type of work you maybe able to apply for could be.
As you can see there are all types of work to be done on a working Outback Station, there are also Outback Stations that are set up for the tourism market also so the hospitality sector is quite good and worth checking out, a lot of these jobs are done through recruitment agencies also. Lists of Recruitment Agencies
Another way of experiencing an Australian Outback Stations or farm is on a Farm Familirisation program. If you just want to experience life on an Outback Station or Farm you can do just that with a few different option through companies that have Farm Familiarisation programs, (their are fees attached) these programs give you the basic tools on working on an Outback station and include activities like:
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
If you just want to go it alone and try you hand at getting a job at working on an Outback Cattle of Sheep Station then try our list of Outback Farms in NSW, we have put together a list of Outback Station and farms around each State of Australia they will help point you in the right direction and save you some money all you have to do is the leg work.
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