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If you are looking for fruit picking jobs in NSW (New South Wales), then your best bet are the summer months, especially the month of February. February is the best month for fruit picking jobs in NSW because that's when the peak picking season of this region takes place. However, the general picking season starts in November and ends in March, so there should always be some jobs around for people who are looking for a short term fruit picking jobs in NSW.
NSW is known for the growing of bananas, but you can also find fruit picking jobs on orchards that grow apples, stone fruit, grapes, prunes, cherries, blueberries, and citrus fruit. You might not always be able to find a job that works with your most favourite fruit, but you should keep in mind that most orchards also do not like it that much when their workers eat more than they pick, and some orchards also have strict rules about not eating the fruit during the working hours (though many let you take some fruit home with you).
When you would like to take on fruit picking jobs in NSW, don't forget that you should always take some sun screen with you, and wear appropriate clothing. It is quite easy to get a sunburn while you are out there. Wearing a hat is also a very good idea, especially if you have sensitive skin. Wear clothing that can get dirty and is easy to clean. Don't wear flimsy shoes, some orchards will also require you to wear safety boots if you work in certain areas, but if that was necessary during fruit picking jobs in NSW, the boots would usually be provided to you. Always make sure that you familiarise yourself with the company's safety policies!