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Casual Jobs in Queensland Guide

If you are looking for a casual job to help pay your expenses while you are travelling in Queensland, 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 Queensland

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
Ayr May to November - rockmelons, honeydew, capsicum, eggfruit, cherry tomatoes, chillies,watermelons and zucchinis
June to December - sugar cane
November to December - mangoes
Atherton January to December - bananas
February to June - avocados
September to December - potatoes
Boonah March to April – sweet potato
March to June - beans
May to September – snow peas
May to October – celery & chinese cabbage
May to November – cabbage, cauliflower & lettuce
May to November – broccoli
May to December – potatoes & beetroot
June to December – carrots
August to December – onions
September to November – garlic
November to December – beans
November to May – pumpkin, sweet corn,tomatoes & capsicum
December to February – melons & zucchini
Bowen May to November - vegetable picking
May to November - tomato picking
November to December - mango picking
Bundaberg March to July - citrus
April to July - vegetables
April to August - capsicum
April to August - rockmelon
April to August - zucchini
September to December - vegetables
October to January - tomato
December to February - tropical fruits and mangoes
Childers Jan to March - mangoes
April to September - tomatoes
July to April - avocados
October to January - zucchini
December to February - lychees
Dimbulah January to December - paw paw
February to March - longans
February to April - avocados
November to January - lychees
November to April - mangoes
Dirranbandi November to January - cotton chipping
Emerald March to September - mandarin picking and packing
April to September - melon picking and packing
May to June - grape pruning
October to December - grape picking and packing
October to March - lemon picking and packing
November to March - cotton chipping
December to February - citrus thinning
Goondiwindi November to January - cotton chipping
Gayndah March to September - citrus picking and packing
November to March - citrus pruning and crop thinning
Gumlu April-June
Home Hill April-November
Innisfail January to December - bananas
Kurunda February to March - longans
November to January - lychees
Laidley (lochear Valley) March to April – sweet potato
March to June - beans
May to September – snow peas
May to October – celery & chinese cabbage
May to November – cabbage, cauliflower & lettuce
May to November – broccoli
May to December – potatoes & beetroot
July to November – carrots
August to December – onions
September to November – garlic
November to May – pumpkin, sweet corn,tomatoes & capsicum
November to December – beans
December to February – melons & zucchini
Mareeba January to December - paw paw
January to December - bananas
January to December - citrus
February to May - avocados
February to March - longans
November to March- mangoes
November to January - lychees
Mary Valley April-November
Mundubbera January - mangoes
April to September - citrus
June to July - grape pruning
August to May - asparagus
November to December - grape picking
Murgon December to May - tomatoes
Nambour All Year
Ravenshoe January to December - potatoes
Stanthorpe November to May - apples, stone fruits,pears, tomatoes, capsicums, grapes andground crops
St George January to March - watermelons
June to February - grapes
March to June - cotton
November to January - rock melons
November to January & June to August - pumpkins
November to January - cotton chipping
November to December - onions
June to February - grapes
November to January - rock melons
Tully January to December - bananas
Warwick July-October

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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