Fruit Picking in South Australia ( SA )
South Australia is home to long summers, stunning beaches and award-winning wine, events and festivals. It’s the gateway to the unique National Landscapes of the Flinders Ranges and iconic Kangaroo Island. The weather in South Australia has beautiful, long summers and mild winters. In summer, temperatures often soar above 35 degrees Celsius (°C). That’s 95° Fahrenheit, pretty hot tempatures to get your harvest work done in! So remember, slip,slop and slap!
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South Australia has many wineries where they harvest workers and fruit pickers are needed. Vine thinning and pruning as well as grape picking is a popular activity for harvest workers in South Australia. SA is also famous for Stone Fruits, Citrus, Berries and Cherries which provides and abundance of fruit picking work for 417 Visa, 462 Visa holders and people simply following the harvest trail. You can always hit the bars in Adelaide on the weekend.
If you are looking for work in summer South Australia is a great place to try, theres a lot of work close to the Murray River, so fruit picking and water sports! But even areas such as Adelaide Hills, Waikerie, Penola and the list goes on to find work in South Australia. You’ll be close enough to the red centre depending where you are in South Australia, so fruit picking can turn into a trip to uluru. If you don’t manage to secure work on a winery make sure to get out on a tour and taste the local produce, the Barossa Valley produces some of Australia’s most sought after wine. A great little story to tell if you have done your fruit picking / specified work in the Barossa Valley wine region.
Fruit Picking in South Australia