Strawberry farms in Oakwood (Bundaberg region).
We can organise your jobs and accommodations. We are looking for some seasonal workers for strawberry big season picking (after 2week pretty soon).
We have organised more than thousands working holiday makers’ second visa forms without any issues! You will enjoy working with us and make many good friends too.
Paid by piecework rates.
Picking rates are reasonably calculated based on the market price. ($1-3 beginning high$0.55-1.5 per kg
You will get paid on every Friday for the last week’s Monday to Sunday work with a payslip
Trust me! Fast pickers will make a lot of money during the season!
$150 per week
(couple rooms available for extra)
2 weeks notice to leave and 2 weeks bond deposit.
Modern and comfy to live in.
If you don’t have a vehicle to commute to work, that’s totally fine! We can organise door-to-door pick up from your accommodation to farms for only $5 per day (return). If you have your own vehicle, we can organise for carpooling so, you can save your fuel costs!
If you’re new to Australia, we can organise to set up a mobile phone, opening a bank account, applying for Tax File Number, and providing advises if you need.
*You will commence working from 12 june 2018. We will not be conducting any more interviews.
*Due to the high number of enquiries, we are only selecting people who are staying at our accommodations.
We will only allocate for work for people who are staying at our farm stay accommodation or share accommodation.
We apologise for the inconvenience, but due to the large number of enquiries, we are currently in the process of short listing people.
Could you please urgently confirm the following details:-
Vehicle availability (Yes/No);
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
Login or Register to Apply Online
Not already a member? Register for free and create your online resume to apply. If you are already registered or have applied for a vacancy before, you can login below.
Member since: February 2018
Farming, Animals & Conservation