Working in Australia
Chris Hemsworth says: “It’s different down here, the air has more life in it. Because Australia isn’t just a place you see it’s a place you feel. That’s why there’s nothing like it!”
Come and explore this great land, learn to surf just like Chris and his mates, you might even catch a glimpse of Thor as you’re learning to surf in Byron Bay!
Explore the golden outback, enjoy the Aussie nightlife, parties, festivals and events. But, most of all define your own adventure. Whether that’s adrenaline filled, seeking out our weird and wonderful wildlife, getting to know the friendly locals or enjoying our endless coastlines.
We welcome thousands of mates down under every year. We want to help you have the adventure of a life time, with rock solid support when you need it the whole time you’re here!
Working holidays mean you can stay longer and spend what you earn on awesome experiences… like sky diving in Byron Bay, 4W Driving on Fraser Island, learning to surf or even sailing the Whitsundays.
There’s free stuff too that only takes your legs to see and explore. Think… the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Coogee to Bondi Beach coastal walk, the laneways of Melbourne, Byron Bay lighthouse and the Brisbane River and sunbaking on any of the thousands of beaches.
Australia has pretty much the same jobs you get in all other corners of the World. The skills and experience you have at home can help put you front and centre for the perfect job down here!
Jobs we have open right now include:
- Fruit picking
- Labour hire
- House keeping
- Front desk reception
- Kitchen hand
- Customer service
…to name a few.
We can help you with finding work to extend your visa for a second year if you decide a year is simply not enough.
If you’re aged 18-30 and hold a passport for a country or region listed below, we’ve got great news, you may be eligible to apply for a 12-month working holiday visa. Which means you can stay longer, earn money and explore more!
Remember there are a few checks before you get too excited:
- Not have any criminal convictions
- Not have any serious driving offences
- Hold a valid passport
- Have accumulated some savings to support you