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Published: 4th November 2018
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Yeomso Contracting Services Shepparton, Victoria
Published: 22nd January 2018
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Fruit picking jobs in Victoria are easiest to find in February though the main picking season lasts from November to April. The Murray River region is a very beautiful area to explore, and also offers you plenty of fruit picking jobs in Victoria – so why not combine the stunning beauty of this place with earning a bit of extra money? The region will give you plenty of opportunities to restore the energy you use up for your fruit picking jobs in Victoria.
The easiest fruit picking jobs to find in Victoria are jobs on orchards that grow pears, peaches and apples. However, there are also some opportunities with grapes, strawberries, cherries and other berries. Make sure that you inform yourself about the payment conditions during the fruit pickings jobs in Victoria. The pay you get does not always depend on the hours you work. Some farms will pay you per basket, pet kilogram or per volume (which means that you will up a huge crate, e.g. with apples). Don't think that you can carelessly just fill up those containers though. There will always be supervisors around who will check what you put into those crates. After all, it is their business and they would like to sell good quality fruit to their customers.
When it comes to fruit picking jobs in Victoria, you need to understand that the reputation of the company depends on the fruit they sell, so it is just natural that they want to make sure their workers do not just try to make a quick buck by filling up buckets with rotten fruit. Don't worry though: fruit picking jobs in Victoria don't require that much training. It's easy to learn, and usually the training provided is very good. After all, the companies want their workers to pick the right fruit!