Fruit Picking in Northern Territory ( NT )
From iconic Uluru/Ayers Rock in Australia’s vast Red Centre, to Darwin and World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park in the tropical Top End, the Northern Territory is both timeless and as ever-changing as the seasons. There’s an abundance of work year round with Fruit Picking in Northern Territory will not let you down in the right season.
When doing Fruit Picking in Northern Territory always ensure to wear the appropriate protective clothing for long hours in the sun and hard harvest work. In Summer it will get very hot and for fruit pickers that are not used to these conditions it may be a good idea re evaluate whether you should be working in the hot and dry Norther Territory. Alternative options include doing harvest / farm work in states like Victoria or Tasmania where the climate is cooler.
Fruit Picking in Northern Territory can be very rewarding and will help you avoid the Australian winter if you are employed ti do fruit picking work in NT during the dry season. From Alice Spring to Darwin you have ample positions to find a fruit picking job and help you get the 2nd year visa extension if your are on the 417 working visa.
If you are unable to find Fruit Picking Jobs in Darwin or Alice, you can try places like Katherine or Ti Tree to complete your harvest work or to continue to follow the harvest trail. If you are unable to find Fruit Picking Work you can alternatively look for bar work, waitering work, labouring, au pair, customer service or other positions. Working Holiday Makers on the 462 visa don’t really need to fuss if they want to complete specified work in the northern territory as it doesn’t matter if they complete harvest work or not, it’s just a personal choice.
Fruit Picking Northern Territory