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Working Holiday Jobs Australia is always looking for bloggers to join the team. Do you want to share you story? If you think you have what it takes to become a blogger apply below.

Why become a blogger at WHJ

  • Be mentored through your blogging process, hints, tips and tricks of the trade
  • Best bloggers are paid or receive travel vouchers/free tours
  • Have tens of thousands of people hear your story
  • Great for CV building when you get home
  • Chance to get free tours and blog about your experience
  • Free drinks at blogger meet ups
  • Learn valuable skills with wordpress and photoshop
  • Make new friends
  • Have your blog hosted for free
  • Your content can reach hundreds of thousands of people each year as opposed to a few thousand – #beheard


What will be required

  • At least one blog a week, some bloggers are committing to 3 a week
  • Blog wills need to be minimum 600 words and as long as you want, key is to make them readable.
  • A honest fair attitude to write things as you see them
  • The ability to proof read your work so it’s “site ready”


Past examples

7 Places in Australia You Shouldn’t Travel To

You don’t need to be Lucky to Travel

A Guide to Travelling When You Have No Money

From The Streets of Melbourne

How To Get Work on A Working Holiday

  • Apply Now

  • Please provide any extra information you think will help your application as well.



Dimi /

G'day Guys, My name is Dimi, I'm one of the admins/starters of Workingholidayjobs.com.au . Freddie and I started this community to help working holiday makers and harvest workers find jobs in an easy and transparent manner. We're not just here to help you finding jobs, anything related to your working holiday down under, we will help try find a way to make it easier for you too achieve. Getting your tax done, deals, travel spots... you name it. If you ever have any questions or feedback please don't hesitate to ask. We're always looking for ways to improve the site and help meet our members needs and build a stronger community. Hope you're doing well and best of luck. Cheers Dimi

4 Responses to “Become a Blogger”

  1. Elsa

    I couldn’t upload my actual blog that I wanted to share. Don’t know why.
    This is the one that I wanted to share:

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