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Exoerienced Tradesman & Strong Labourer

Sunnycoast Plants DIDDILLIBAH, Sunshine Coast

Job Description

Capable fit and strong person with good work ethic to assist with tidying up property, move , sort , stack and load items, remove pole shed lining and replace , plus basic landscaping. On offer is green and serene location, idyllic white sandy beaches, clean secure accommodation, great meals and friendly host.. Have signed off many visas and invariably travelers appreciate the non-boring variety of tasks and friendly atmosphere !

Postcode: 4559 (DIDDILLIBAH, Sunshine Coast)

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  This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.

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Sunnycoast Plants

Member since: November 2022

This employer uses a outlook.com email account.

Description:
We're a sustainable plant nursery that was eco-friendly well before the word became fashionable. We go to great lengths to leave a small footprint. Conversely, we're big on being friendly, welcoming and interesting to interact with. We grow awesome variety of plants and eat healthy & tasty by growing best tasting bananas, strawberries, papaya, gooseberries, passionfruit plus vegetables and herbs. These are converted into tasty healthy meals which never fail to impress. We've successfully hosted travelers from many countries making friends and signing off many visas. Those lucky enough to work with us usually appreciate the variety of interesting work and skills gained, Plus of course the Sunshine Coast's white sandy beaches !

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation