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Farming Heavy Machinery Operator

Coonara Farm Stay Tocumwal, New South Wales

2nd Year Visa Eligible

Job Description

It would make our day to hear from those of you eagerly seeking farm work and experienced in working with heavy machinery.

A position has just become available in the pastoral region of Tocumwal, located on the border of NSW and Victoria, right on the banks of the Murray River.

Please note, your own vehicle is essential.

If you have the qualifications and are keenly interested in this great opportunity please don't hesitate to contact us anytime for more details.

Postcode: 2714 (Tocumwal, New South Wales)

Not a backpacker? That's ok. We accept applications from Australian citizens, permanent residents, international students as well as working holiday visa holders. If you are qualified for this position, please register and apply via the form below.

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Coonara Farm Stay

Member since: February 2021

Description:
Get you farm days signed off for your 2nd or 3rd years visa with us at Coonara! Hello, welcome to Coonara! We provide quality, home-style accommodation for backpackers and seasonal workers, working in the local area. We partner with local farms to ensure honest work, good pay and a solid way to get you visa days done! We have work throughout the year, so stay connected and keep up to date with our latest jobs.
We are a friendly and social house of people from all over the world. Here, you'll meet future friends and make memories to last a lifetime. Whether a cold beer in the garden or down by the local river at sunset or a competitive game of Mario kart on the switch, there's always fun to be had!
For more info, contact us today and our onsite live-in manager will get back to you right away. We look forward to having you stay!

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation