Harvest Trail Services

Harvest Trail Services connect workers with employers in harvesting areas across Australia. Harvest jobs are found in regional and rural areas. Workers can mix work with travel and learn new skills or start a career in agriculture.
 

 

Budget 2024-25 announcement

Harvest Trail Services and the Harvest Trail Information Service will cease on 30 June 2024. For assistance in looking for horticulture work from 1 July 2024, please visit the Workforce Australia jobs board

Employers with harvest job vacancies can receive assistance from a Workforce Australia provider. 

Eligibility

You can do harvest work in Australia if you:

 

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Find a harvest job

Harvest jobs around Australia can be found on the Harvest Trail jobs board. For help and support you can contact a Harvest Trail Services provider or the Harvest Trail Information Service.

The National Harvest Guide is a regular publication that includes:

  • Crops, regions and harvest times throughout Australia
  • Areas you can work, with tips on transport and accommodation
  • Where to go for help or more information
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Find a service provider

Harvest Trail Services providers are located all over Australia.

For employers, local providers can help you:

  • Post a vacancy on the Harvest Trail jobs board
  • Screen and match workers
  • Understand your responsibilities as an employer

For job seekers, Harvest Trail Services providers can help you:

  • Look for harvest work; and
  • Understand the harvest roles and pay and conditions.
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Employer responsibilities

Different types of people can be hired for harvest work. As an employer, you are responsible for:

 

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