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We Plant Plants (in Sydney) And You Can Too.

Dirty Planting Sydney, Sydney

Job Description

This is not your grandmother’s gardening club. This is your grandmother’s balls-to-the-wall, rain-or-shine, make-it-gorgeous, get-rich-or-die-trying, and yet exceptionally professional planting club.

The bad.

Scheduling is often last-minute.
It’s hard and you’ll cry at least once.
No really. Expect to be seriously physically and mentally challenged.
The good.

Work outdoors and get into great shape.
Travel this beautiful country and meet beautiful people.
Make bank: our top planters take home $423/day on average.
Days per week are up to you (one if lazy, six if crazy).
Regional work and sponsorship may be available for the right people.

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Brisbane. Sydney. Canberra. Melbourne.

Postcode: 2000 (Sydney, Sydney)

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Dirty Planting

Member since: March 2022

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We plant plants for a living. We are also pretty good at laying jute and turf, and installing tree guards. Our focus is on the commercial landscaping and revegetation industries, but we certainly wouldn't shake a stick at something else if it suits our skillset

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