All about Work and Travel Australia
All you need to know to Work and Travel Australia
Thanks to the special working holiday program that the australian immmigration authority introduced years ago, young travellers, 30 years old or younger can work and travel in Australia up to one year. The Work and Travel Australia program is becoming from year to year more popular attracting young travellers from all over the world. Most of them are students but also young people who flow to Australia to spend there a gap year while travelling and working around Australia. The main purpose of this program is to allow young people to finance their travel in Australia. On this page I am telling you what you can do in one year working holiday in Australia. Continue reading if you want to learn more on how you can spend a gap year in Australia.
What kind of visa do you need to Work and Travel Australia?
First of all you need a Working Holiday Visa also called WHV. To learn more about it, from how to apply fo your WHV that allows you to travel and work in Australia up to one year click on the link that takes you to a dedicated page. Remember that you need to apply for your woking holiday visa before you enter Australia ! In the following paragraphs you read about the more popular jobs available if you want to spend a year travelling and working in Australia.
What if you could get some help with your working holiday visa?
There are basically 2 ways of getting your working holiday visa for your Australia gap year, either you research by yourself, in this case you just need to go to the immi gov official website where you can find extensive information about working visas. On this page you can also download the form and find useful information on how to step forward once you have applied for your australia work visa.
If you wish instead to get some assistance on this matter and look for professional advise too, there are visa agencies for working holiday in Australia who can look after the whole administrative documentation, as well as offer a range of services from work and travel orientation, to providing lists of recruitment agencies as well as offering all kind of courses and training for finding a job in Australia.
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What jobs can you find in Australia?
There are several types of jobs you can do during one year working holiday Australia. Here below the 4 major work categories:
to this category belong all jobs in the tourism and gastronomy branch, such as waiters in pubs, cafè, casinos, or kitchenhand, guest room service in resorts or hotels.if you are good at cooking then you have fantastic chance to get the job where you want and also the money you want. Australia has in fact permanently shortage of chefs.
this includes the Australian famous fruit-picking and other jobs at farms. It’s easy to find a job in a farm, you just need to be at the right time and right place. There are also the so called working hostels, who can find you a job at a farmer if you lodge in their hostel. Fruit-puciking is hard work and probably not the most craved for but this job can reward you with lots of fun, good company, the opportunity to be in the australian nature.
- Office Support
if you have good computer and communications skills, then you can easily find a job in an office, banks or financial companies offer temp jobs in the cities, or you can work in sales and marketing promotions.
- Travel Writing or Travel Blogging
Probably the best way of earning money while you travel Australia if you also like writing ! There are quite a few of magazines and online travel websites that offer jobs as travel writers. To do do this job you must have some writing skills and English should be your native language. However these are no fixed rules, you can improve your writing skills by taking up a course. There are a few sites that can help you with writing skills and also with finding jobs in this field. If you are looking for this kind of help you can check out this site.
More areas where you can find a job in Australia
- Labour, cattle stations and mining jobs
Working at a construction site or on roadworks or in a mine is truly hard work but if you are willing to try it out, and have some experience in manual work, these jobs are well paid in Australia. Also mining jobs are in great demand in Australia with good pay. Working as a Jackeroo or Jilleroo is also a thrilling experience. If you wish to work as a cowboy or cowgirl, mustering cattle or shearing sheeps consider joining a training course to increase your chances to get a job in a cattle station.
In the medical and nursing branch there is permanently a huge demand in Australia. If you have the skills and training for it than you can find easily a job in this area.
- Sports and Leisure
if you like surfing, diving, skiing or love any other type of sports, you can work as an instructor or a trainer or a temp help n holiday resorts, hotels.
How can you find a job in Australia?
Many young travellers arrive in Australia without having found a job. It’s preatty easy to find a job in Australia, if you are between 18-30 years old you can benefit of the working holiday program. If you like your peace of mind you should start your reserarch before arriving in Australia. There are many ways to look for a job, among the main options you can either do it by yourself, by applying online or browsing through websites or you may want to get professional assistance too.
And here there are also different kind of support you can get. In cities like Sydney and Melbourne there are many recruitment agencies that are specialized and can help you find a job and some of them also provide support for getting your working holiday visa. Locally you can find phone numbers in the yellow pages or in backpack magazines or in internet. The blackboards at hostels, internetcafès and travel agencies are also a good source of information if you are looking for a job during your working holiday in Australia.
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