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Worker Profile: Lo Tsz Ching – A Journey of Exploration and Growth

At the age of 23, Lo Tsz Ching also known as ‘Oscar’ has already embarked on a remarkable journey filled with exploration, personal growth, and valuable experiences. Growing up with three sisters in Hong Kong, her father was a taxi driver and her mother a housewife. At 18 she moved to Taiwan to pursue a […]

Fire Safety

Australia may be one of the safest countries in the world in which to travel, but when nature threatens – knowledge is safety. Following three years of wetter weather patterns (known as La Nina), the Australian Bureau of Meteorology has recently declared that the 2023/24 spring and summer seasons in Australia are predicted to be […]

Worker Profile: Hung-Hsuan Yen

Transitioning into new experiences can be both exciting and challenging. It requires stepping out of one’s comfort zone and embracing the unknown. Meet Hung-Hsuan Yen, affectionately known as Bacon, a Taiwanese chef who embarked on an exciting journey to Australia in 2018 searching for growth and adventure. Born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, Bacon was […]

Rock Out and Reap the Benefits: The Ultimate Guide to Combining Music Festivals and Harvest Work in Australia

Are you a music-loving, adventure-seeking itinerant worker looking to make the most of your time in Australia? We’ve got the perfect solution for you – combine your love for live music with the chance to earn some cash during harvest season! Follow the Harvest Trail to experience Australia’s vibrant music festivals, while working in picturesque […]

Commodity in Focus – Melons

Melons have been enjoyed by people around the world for centuries, with watermelon, honeydew, and rockmelon being the most common types. The Australian melon industry is thriving, employing many individuals and contributing significantly to the country’s agricultural economy. Let’s delve into the key aspects of working on a melon farm in Australia, from the different […]

Worker Profile – Yoke, Jamie, Kee & Chia

Yoke Peng Chong (24), Jamie Zi Ling Ling (26), Kee Qui Tang (27) from Malaysia and Chia Chun Liu (30) from Taiwan have been in Australia for nearly three years, working mainly in Victoria. Jamie and Kee studied Engineering in Malaysia before deciding to travel and settled on Australia as their first destination. After arriving […]