Discovering miles of golden beaches, epic surf and colourful coral reefs - just another day in the office, right? With a working holiday in Australia, these are standard perks of the job!
Whether you love the buzz of big cities, want to explore the wilds of the outback, or the chilled out beach life is calling your name, our paid work in Australia packages will help you find that perfect job.
Australia Inc. - it's not just a country - it's the best workplace in the world!
Find out more about securing an Australia working holiday visa with our FAQs below, or give one of our Travel Advisors a call on 01892 527392 to start planning your time at Australia Inc.
Working Holiday FAQs
Am I eligible to work in Australia?
If you're aged between 18 and 30 (or 18 to 35 for Irish citizens) and hold a valid passport from the UK, Northern Ireland or Republic of Ireland, you can apply for a Working Holiday Visa. You'll also need to show that you've got funds to support yourself while in Australia, usually the equivalent of AUD $5000.
How do I apply for a visa?
We can apply for the working holiday visa on your behalf! All you need to do is book our Australia Working Holiday Visa package and supply us with the required documents for a fuss free application. Alternatively, you can apply for one yourself online through the Australian Immigration website.
How long can I work in Australia for?
Your working holiday visa is valid for one year from the day you enter the country. Don't feel like 12 months is enough time to explore Australia? No problem! Completing 88 days of qualifying regional work during your first year will allow you to apply for a 2nd year visa.
What kind of work can I expect to find on a working holiday in Australia?
There are countless job opportunities for working holidaymakers in Australia. Typical roles include hospitality, retail, catering, farming, construction, office work and childcare. There's something for everybody!
How much can I expect to earn?
Wages vary depending on what you're doing and which part of the country you're working in, but generally you're looking at an average of £15 per hour - not bad hey?