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Casual Jobs in NSW Guide

If you are looking for a casual job to help pay your expenses while you are travelling in NSW, we can help you find potential employers in a particular state, region or town.

Use the Information below to find casual work in the Fruit Picking Industry of Australia.

Fruit Picking in NSW

Step 1 - Find a Town and Fruit Picking Time

Choose a town to see what fruit is grown in that town/region. Then, check the time of the year when fruit picking casual jobs are available for that town/region.

Town
Picking Months / Crop
Barham December-February - Oranges, Tomatoes
January-February - Peaches, Nectarines
Batlow

March to May - apples
June to November - pruning
October to April - stone fruit

Bilpin December-April - Apples, Stonefruit
Bourke January to May - melons
April to May – cotton picking
April to May - cotton ginning
May to June - grape pruning
May to September - citrus picking
November to January - cotton chipping
November to January - grape picking
December to February - citrus thinning
Buronga January to May - grape picking
May to January - citrus picking
May to February - vegetables
May to September - grape pruning
September to January - asparagus
Coffs Harbour December-August, October-November - Bananas, Berries
Cowra September-December - Asparagus
Dareton January to May - grape picking
May to January - citrus picking
May to February - vegetables
May to September - grape pruning
September to January - asparagus
Dubbo April to May - cotton picking / cotton ginning
October to December - grain harvest
November to January - cotton chipping (at Narromine, Trangie or Warren)
Euston January to May - grape picking and packing
May to February - vegetables
May to September - grape pruning
Forbes January - plumsJanuary to March - tomatoes
February to April - grape picking
February to May - apples
June to August - grape pruning
November to December - cherries
December to March - peaches & nectarines
Gol Gol January to May - grape picking
May to January - citrus picking and packing
May to February - vegetables
May to September - grape pruning
September to January - asparagus
Griffith January to April - grape picking
February & March - prune picking and dehydrating
February & March - stone fruit picking
May to January - citrus picking
June to August - grape pruning
November to March - onion picking
December to March - tomato picking
Hay October to December – grain harvest
November to February – onions
December to March – rockmelons
March to October – broccoli and lettuce
Hillston April to June - cotton picking
April to June - cotton ginning
June to September - potatoes
October to August - orange picking
November - cherries
November & December - potatoes
November & December - onion picking
Jugiong January to April - grape picking
June to September – grape pruning
Koraleigh January to May - grape pickingMay to January - citrus pickingMay to February - vegetablesMay to September - grape pruningNovember to April - stone fruit picking
Leeton January to April - stone fruit
February to March - grape picking
June to August - citrus (Navel) picking
September to May - vegetables
September to June - citrus (Valencia) picking
November to December - apricot picking
Moree March to May - cotton picking / cotton ginning
April to August - olives
April to August - pecans
October to December - grain harvest
November to January - cotton chipping
Mungindi March to May - cotton picking / cotton ginning
October to December - grain harvest
November to January - cotton chipping
Narrabri April to May - cotton picking / cotton ginning
October to December - grain harvest
November to January - cotton chipping
Narromine April to May - cotton picking / ginning
May to March - citrus
October to December - grain harvest
November to January - cotton chipping
Orange February to March - apple
February to April - grape picking
June to August - grape pruning
November to January - cherries
December to January - grape pruning
Tooleybuc January to May - grape picking
May to January - citrus picking
May to September - grape pruning
May to February - vegetables
December to February - stone fruits
Trangie April to May - cotton picking / ginning
October to December - grain harvest
November to January - cotton chipping
Tumbarumba January and March – stone fruit
March to May – apples and grapes
April and May – chestnuts
December – cherries
December to April – berries
Tumut February to May - apple picking
October to March - stone fruit
Warren April to May - cotton picking / cotton ginning
October to December - grain harvest
November to January - cotton chipping
Wee Waa April to May - cotton picking / ginning
October to December - grain harvest
November to January - cotton chipping
Wentworth January to May - grape picking
May to January - citrus picking
May to February - vegetables
May to September - grape pruning
September to January - asparagus
Young February to April - stone fruits
February to April - berry crops
February to April - grape picking
June to September - grape pruning
October to November - asparagus
November to December - cherries

Step 2 - Find an Employer

To find out what casual jobs are available in a town,

go to Jobsearch Harvest Jobs (Australian Government agency site for jobs throughout Australia).

At Jobsearch, enter a town name and occupation name (e.g. fruit picking) in the search box to find fruit picking jobs available in that town.

Free Listing for Employers

If you are an employer in the fruit industry, contact us for a free listing in our Casual Jobs in Australia Guide.


 
 
 
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