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    If you are backpacking Australia and looking for work, this post will help you find fruit picking jobs in Victoria.

    At GAFFL we know that it can be difficult to find fruit picking work in Australia. There are a few websites out there that are great for finding fruit picking jobs but there are also websites that ask you for money before showing you any job listings. There are farms all over Australia that have openings but don’t post them. We’ve devised a way for backpackers in Australia to find these jobs free of any costs. We have also written about how to find fruit picking work in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, and Tasmania. This post will focus on helping you with fruit picking in Victoria. Additionally, you try checking out our many hostel guides to fruit picking jobs in Australia

    Here’s how it works: choose a location that is currently harvesting a fruit/crop and then contact a farm in that area to find out if they have an opening. We have provided you with contact details for different farms in the area, as well as ideas about other things to do, information about accommodations, and directions on how to get there. We retrieved most of the contact information below from the yellow pages or Facebook. We don't have any affiliation with the farms or wineries listed below.

    Before contacting the farms directly, you may have luck finding fruit picking work in Victoria by browsing through the Australian Government’s Harvest website. All of the harvest information below was directly sourced from the Australian Government’s Harvest website.

    Another great way to find harvest work is to contact the Harvest Labour Service provider in your area. You can find their contacts here.

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    Mornington Peninsula

    When should I go?

    February- April

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    March- November

    Apples- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    November- January

    Cherries- Demand for harvest workers is high in December and January 

    November- April

    Strawberries- Demand for harvest workers is high for the whole period.

    December- March

    Berries- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    Contact Information for farms in the Mornington Peninsula area:

    Drum Drum Farm
    Phone: (03) 5989 6208
    Address: 28 Davos St, Main Ridge VIC 3928

    Mock Orchards
    Phone: (03) 5989 2242
    Address: 1095 Mornington Flinders Rd, Red Hill VIC 3937

    Staples R & A
    Phone: (03) 5989 6255
    Address: Roberts Rd, Main Ridge VIC 3928

    Clarke L G
    Phone: (03) 5989 2211
    Address: 251 Red Hill Rd, Red Hill South VIC 3937

    Seller D R
    Phone: (03) 5979 1390
    Address: 900 Stumpy Gully Rd, Hastings VIC 3915

    Atlanta Fruit Sales Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5978 8245
    Address: 1194 Stumpy Gully Rd, Moorooduc VIC 3933

    De Groot L J
    Phone: 0407 520 273
    Address: Tyabb VIC 3913

    Westernport Coolstores
    Phone: (03) 5977 4302
    Address: 36 Denham Rd, Tyabb VIC 3913

    What are some other things to know about Mornington Peninsula? 

    The Mornington Peninsula includes Moorooduc, Hastings, Red Hill, Arthurs Seat, Mornington, Dromana, Rosebud, Merricks, Balnarring and Mount Eliza. If you are staying in the peninsula you should visit Arthurs Seat, Ashcombe Maze & Lavender Gardens, Peninsula Hot Springs, Enchanted Adventure Garden and Point Nepean National Park.

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, and caravan parks around the Mornington Peninsula.

    Directions: The Mornington Peninsula is just an hour’s drive south of Melbourne.

    Koo Wee Rup

    When should I go?

    September- December

    Asparagus- Demand for harvest workers is high for the whole period.

    Contact Information for farms in the Koo Wee Rup area:

    Jones P M
    Phone: (08) 8541 2636
    Address: 2 The Avenue, Shed Number 85413300, Pakenham VIC 3810

    Belleview Orchard
    Phone: (03) 5943 2390
    Address: 544 Brown Rd, Officer VIC 3809
    Email: info@summersnowjuice.com.au
    Website: https://summersnowjuice.com.au/

    Knee P.G. R.M. & G.P
    Phone: (03) 5629 2604
    Address: 540 Garfield North Rd, Garfield VIC 3814

    Berryland
    Phone: (03) 5998 1100
    Address: 65 Coolibah Rd, Pearcedale VIC 3912

    Bon View Orchards Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5943 2356
    Address: Browns Rd, Officer VIC 3809

    Deligt A & E
    Phone: (03) 5629 5266
    Address: Old Princes Hwy, Bunyip VIC 3815

    Jenkins A R & J M
    Phone: (03) 5629 2362
    Address: 20 Martin Rd, Garfield VIC 3814

    What are some other things to know about Koo Wee Rup?

    Koo Wee Rup is a small town renowned for its rich fertile soil. While visiting, you should do the Koo Wee Rup Asparagus Tours, Historical Society Museum, Bayles Fauna Park, The observation tower and Warrook cattle farm. 

    Accommodations: There is a motel and other accommodations in surrounding areas.

    Directions: Koo Wee Rup is located 45 minutes south east of Melbourne. There is a bus service which runs from Cranbourne to Koo Wee Rup.

    Bairnsdale/ Lindenow

    When should I go?

    January- December

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is high from October to March.

    What are some other things to know about Bairnsdale/ Lindenow?

    The Bairnsdale area is famous for its beautiful nature. Places to visit include St Mary’s Church, the 1893 Court House, East Gippsland Art Gallery, Historical Museum, one of several gorges in the area, the Den of Nargun, Krowthunkoolong Keeping Place, the Canoe Tree, heritage walks, Macleod’s Morass, Mitchell River walk. In the area there are district wineries, art galleries, Buchan Caves, Fairy Dell, Paynesville and Raymond Island, Lakes Entrance, Gippsland Lakes and the East Gippsland Rail Trail.

    Accommodations: There are hotels, motels, and caravan parks in the Bairnsdale area.

    Directions: Bairnsdale is 282 kms from Melbourne and 747 kms from Sydney. The V/Line train service runs three times per day from Melbourne

    Maffra

    When should I go?

    October- April

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period

    What are some other things to know about Maffra?

    When you’re in Maffra you should visit Alpine National Park, 90 Mile Beach and the Gippsland Lakes. 

    Accommodations: There are many hotels, motels, and caravan parks in the Maffra area.

    Directions: Maffra is located 228 kms east of Melbourne. There is a V/Line train from Melbourne changing to coach at Traralgon and then onto Maffra.

    Yarra Valley

    When should I go?

    February- May

    Apples/Pears- Demand for harvest workers is high for the whole period

    Contact Information for farms in the Yarra Valley area:

    Cherryhill Orchard Pty Ltd
    Phone: 1300 243 779
    Address: 474 Queens Rd, Wandin East VIC 3139
    Email: sales@cherryhill.com.au
    Website: https://cherryhill.com.au/

    Fresco Fresh
    Phone: (03) 5967 2222
    Address: 300 Station Rd, Wesburn VIC 3799
    Email: sales@frescofresh.com.au

    Rieschieck Orchards
    Phone: (03) 5964 9570
    Address: 13 Medhurst Rd, Gruyere VIC 3770

    Maroondah Orchards
    Phone: (03) 9739 1041
    Address: 715 Maroondah Hwy, Coldstream VIC 3770

    Byrnes Hillndale Orchards
    Phone: (03) 5964 2223
    Address: Wandin VIC 3139

    Jay Berries
    Phone: (03) 5964 4451
    Address: 140 Wandin Creek Rd, Wandin East VIC 3139

    Wandin Vale Orchards
    Phone: 0418 380 112
    Address: Lot 56 Charteris Rd, Wandin East VIC 3139

    Burgi B & E
    Phone: (03) 5964 4304
    Address: Lot 5/ 235 Victoria Rd, Gruyere VIC 3770

    Dicel Nominees Pty Ltd
    Phone: 03) 9739 1747
    Address: 1 Melba Hwy, Coldstream VIC 3770

    Australia Strawberries Distributors Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5964 4371
    Address: Charters Rd, Wandin VIC 3139

    Napoleone M V & Co Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5964 4596
    Address: Rouget Rd, Wandin North VIC 3139

    Finger G A
    Phone: (03) 5964 9278
    Address: 20 Darling Rd, Gruyere VIC 3770

    Strawberries Australia Inc
    Phone: (03) 5964 2287
    Address: 10 Clegg Rd, Wandin North VIC 3139

    Howell L
    Phone: (03) 5964 4452
    Address: Victoria Rd, Wandin North VIC 3139

    What are some other things to know about Yarra Valley?

    The Yarra Valley includes Montrose, Hoddles Creek, Yarra Junction, Silvan, Gladysdale, Coldstream, Wandin, Seville, Monbulk, Yarra Glen, Lilydale and Healesville. While in the area you should visit Lilydale Museum, The Towers, Athenaeum Theatre Co, herb farms, district wineries, Wandin Valley farms, Warratina Lavender Farm, Healesville Sanctuary, Healesville Fine Art Gallery, Hedgend Maze, The Yarra Valley Tourist Railway and the Warburton Trail. 

    Accommodations: There are many resorts, motels, hotels, self contained units, backpacker hostels, caravan parks, B&Bs and guesthouses in the Yarra Valley. 

    Directions: Yarra Valley is 40kms north east of Melbourne. Lilydale is the gateway to the Yarra Valley and it is also the terminus of the Melbourne metropolitan rail service.

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    Myrtleford

    When should I go?

    January- April

    Apples- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    February- March + June- August

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    March- April

    Nuts- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    March- April

    Hops- Demand for harvest workers is high for the whole period.

    Contact Information for farms in the Myrtleford area:

    Primerano G A
    Phone: (03) 5727 1213
    Address: 1700 River Rd, Whorouly VIC 3735

    Bright Berry Farms
    Phone: (03) 5756 2523
    Address: Great Alpine Rd, Eurobin VIC 3739

    White Kiwi Fruit Growers
    Phone: (03) 5727 1542
    Address: 322 Whorouly Bowmans Rd, Bowmans Forest VIC 3735

    Tully R J
    Phone: (03) 5728 1392
    Address: Myrtleford Rd, Baarmutha VIC 3747
    Sinclair Orchards Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5728 6501Address: Beechworth Rd, Stanley VIC 3747

    Hilton H
    Phone: (03) 5728 6584
    Address: Main Rd, Stanley VIC 3747

    Gunnadoo Berries
    Phone: (03) 5759 2507
    Address: Smoko Via, Bright VIC 3741

    Nightingale Bros
    Phone: (03) 5755 1318
    Address: Main Rd, Wandiligong VIC 3744

    Select Berries
    Phone: (03) 5727 3462
    Address: Ely St, Oxley VIC 3678

    Michelini Wines
    Phone: (03) 5751 1990
    Address: 213 Great Alpine Rd, Myrtleford VIC 3737

    Gapsted Wines
    Phone: (03) 5751 1383
    Address: 3897 Great Alpine Rd, Gapsted VIC 3737
    Email: cellardoor@gapstedwines.com.au
    Website: https://www.gapstedwines.com.au/

    Cotton Mrs E I
    Phone: (03) 5725 7237
    Address: Warby VIC 3677

    What are some other things to know about Myrtleford?

    While in Myrtleford you should visit Ponderosa Cabin, Michelini’s Mines, the Phoenix Tree, Old School Museum, Reform Hill, Rosewhite Vineyard, Mount and Lake Buffalo. 

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, and caravan parks. Many farms also allow for camping on site.

    Directions: Myrtleford is 270 kms north of Melbourne. Daily rail and bus services travel between Melbourne and Sydney via the Hume Highway. Local bus services operate between Wangaratta and Myrtleford. 

    Beechworth

    When should I go?

    February- April + June- August

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    March- April

    Nuts- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    March- May

    Apples- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    November- December

    Cherries- Demand for harvest workers is high for the whole period.

    Contact Information for farms in the Beechworth area:

    Tully R J
    Phone: 0458 781 392
    Address: 30 Tully Rd, Beechworth VIC 3747

    Summerfruit Australia Ltd
    Phone: (03) 9329 2100
    Address: Unit 8/ 452 Swift St, Albury NSW 2640

    Smith Alan & Judy
    Phone: (03) 5725 7217
    Address: Gravel Pit Rd, Wangaratta VIC 3677

    Wilson L J
    Phone: (03) 5725 3208
    Address: "Cherridene", Wangandary VIC 3678

    Peppe B & M
    Phone: (02) 6026 5364
    Address: 14-30 Holbeach St, Howlong NSW 2643

    Rockington Orchard
    Phone: (03) 5766 2351
    Address: Lot 1 Greta West Rd, Glenrowan VIC 3675

    Wandin Valley Farms
    Phone: (03) 5765 2257
    Address: Boweya Rd, Boweya VIC 3675

    Smith & Sons
    Phone: (03) 5766 2335
    Address: Passchendaele Orchard Warby Range Rd, Glenrowan VIC 3675

    What are some other things to know about Beechworth?

    Places to visit in Beechworth include the restored historic and cultural precinct, the heritage buildings, great bushwalks, the Rail Trail, and the Court House where Australia’s infamous bushranger ’Ned Kelly’ and his mother were tried.

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, B&B’s  and caravan parks.

    Directions: Beechworth is approximately three hours from Melbourne and approximately seven hours from Sydney. You can access the town via train from Melbourne to Wangaratta, then the bus to Beechworth. 

    Rutherglen

    When should I go?

    February- April + June- August

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    March- May

    Apples- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    November- December

    Cherries- Demand for harvest workers is high for the whole period.

    Contact Information for farms in the Rutherglen area:

    Macpherson John M
    Phone: (03) 5744 3242
    Address: 7894 Bundawonga, Yarrawonga VIC 3730

    Wandin Valley Farms
    Phone: (03) 5765 2257
    Address:vBoweya Rd, Boweya VIC 3675

    What are some other things to know about Rutherglen?

    There are several wineries in Rutherglen for you to visit. These include All Saints Estate, Anderson Winery, Rail Trail, Old Gold Battery, Renaissance Chocolate, Rutherglen Brewery, Bullers Winery, Campbells Winery, Chambers Rosewood Winery, Cofield Wines, John Gehrig Estate Wines, Jones Winery & Vineyard, Lake Moodemere Vineyards, Morris Wines, Mount Prior Vineyard, Pfeiffer Wines, Rutherglen Estates, Stanton & Killeen Wines, St Leonard’s Vineyard, Warrabilla Wines, Lilliput Wines, Scion Vineyard and John Gehrig Vineyard.

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, B&B’s  and caravan parks. Many of the caravan parks also have camping facilities. 

    Directions: Rutherglen is located just a short trip off the Hume Freeway between Wangaratta and Albury/Wodonga. It is 265 kms north east of Melbourne and 615 kms south west of Sydney. Trains run daily from Melbourne and Sydney to Albury and Wangaratta. A connecting bus service runs from Wangaratta. The closest airport is located at Albury.

    Cobram

    When should I go?

    January- May

    Apples/Pears- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from January to April.

    January- December

    Citrus- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    January- December

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    November- December

    Cherries- Demand for harvest workers is high for the whole period.

    December- May

    Stonefruit- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from January to April.

    Contact Information for farms in the Cobram area:

    Tranquil Hills Orchards
    Address: 70 Wyatt Rd, Cobram East VIC 3644
    Email: info@tranquilhills.com.au

    Perri Toni
    Phone: (03) 5872 2251
    Address: Tocumwal Rd, Cobram VIC 3644

    Cornish R J & Co Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5872 2055
    Address: Cottons Rd, Cobram VIC 3644

    Bisogni F
    Phone: (03) 5872 1113
    Address: Torgannah Rd, Cobram VIC 3644

    Nicosia J & N
    Phone: (03) 5872 1683
    Address: Catona Crst, Cobram VIC 3644

    Sammy Fruits Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5872 1717
    Address: 387 Cottons Rd, Cobram VIC 3644

    Perri T
    Phone: (03) 5872 2337
    Address: 12 Wirbill St, Cobram VIC 3644

    MacHeda D
    Phone: (03) 5872 2375
    Address: Healy Rd, Yarroweyah VIC 3644

    Boosey Fruit Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5873 5390
    Address: Chapel Rd, Cobram VIC 3644

    Murray River Produce
    Phone: (03) 5872 1252
    Address: Murray Valley Hwy, Cobram VIC 3644

    Mete P & L
    Phone: (03) 5873 2384
    Address: Lonergan Rd, Cobram VIC 3644

    K N M Berries and Fruit
    Phone: (03) 5871 1992
    Address: Kangan Rd, Koonoomoo VIC 3644

    Diretto Orchards Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5873 2371
    Address: Benalla Tocumwal Rd, Yarroweyah VIC 3644

    Scenic Drive Strawberries
    Phone: (03) 5871 1263
    Address: Torgannah Rd, Koonoomoo VIC 3644

    Smithers B H
    Phone: (03) 5874 2175
    Address: "Glenila" Smithers Rd, Tocumwal NSW 2714

    Nicosia A
    Phone: (03) 5872 1825
    Address: Koonoo Rd, Cobram VIC 3644

    Brown D C & J M
    Phone: 0419 329 868
    Address: 71 Mitchel Ave, Invergordon VIC 3636

    Gibbs K J
    Phone: (03) 5865 5305
    Address :Invergordon VIC 3636

    Cobram Fruit Carriers Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5821 2659
    Address :New Dookie Rd, Shepparton VIC 3630

    What are some other things to know about Cobram?

    When you’re in Cobram you should visit Murray River riverbanks, Thompson’s Beach, River Cruises, Public Library, Quinn Island and district wineries.

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, and caravan parks in town.

    Directions: Cobram is 250 kms north of Melbourne and 542 kms south west of Sydney. Rail and bus services operate daily from Sydney to Cobram and a daily rail and bus service is available between Melbourne and Cobram.

    Shepparton

    When should I go?

    January- March

    Stonefruit- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from February to March.

    January- March

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    January- April

    Tomatoes- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from February to March.

    January- May

    Apples/Pears- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from February to March.

    November- December

    Cherries- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    Contact Information for farms in the Shepparton area:

    Shaholli S R
    Phone: (03) 5821 2659
    Address :New Dookie Rd, Shepparton VIC 3630

    Parris G & M & Sons
    Phone: (03) 5821 2185
    Address :New Dookie Rd, Shepparton VIC 3630

    OzPac Australia Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5820 7699
    Address :Cnr Turnbull and Lenne Rds, Ardmona VIC 3629

    Berry Brian
    Phone: (03) 5822 0449
    Address :93 Batman Ave, Shepparton VIC 3630

    Grahamvale Coolstores Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5831 2044
    Address :Grahamvale Rd, Shepparton VIC 3630

    SPC Factory Sales
    Phone: (03) 5833 3663
    Address :Andrew Fairley Ave, Shepparton VIC 3630

    Khalid Al Badry
    Phone: (03) 5822 0720

    What are some other things to know about Shepparton?

    The places you should visit while in Shepparton include the Museum and historical precinct, Victoria Park Lake, lookout tower, forest tracks, SPC Cannery, and Reedy Swamp walk. 

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, and caravan parks in town.

    Directions: Shepparton is 175 kms north of Melbourne. There are regular daily rail and bus services to Shepparton from Melbourne.

    Echuca

    When should I go?

    January- April

    Tomatoes- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from February to March.

    Contact Information for farms in the Echuca area:

    The Strawberry Pick
    Phone: 0414 555 044
    Address: 359 Augusta Rd, Echuca VIC 3564
    Email: template.placeholder@gmail.com
    Website: https://www.thestrawberrypick.com.au/

    OzPac Australia Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5820 7699
    Address: Cnr Turnbull and Lenne Rds, Ardmona VIC 3629

    Puckey R P & M A
    Phone: (03) 5852 1162
    Address: "Summerlands" Palmer Rd, Kyabram VIC 3620

    Bolitho L J
    Phone: (03) 5852 1137
    Address Bolitho Rd, Kyabram VIC 3620

    Besim & Sons
    Phone: (03) 5852 1484
    Address:106 Thompsons Lane, Kyabram VIC 3620

    Ky-D-Pak ARM & C De Pasquale
    Phone: (03) 5852 1930
    Address: Lancaster Rd, Kyabram VIC 3620

    FarmwellTomatoes Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5854 8365
    Address: 301 Harston Rd, Harston VIC 3616

    Finer Fruit
    Phone: (03) 5831 1378
    Address:35 Vaughan St, Shepparton VIC 3630

    What are some other things to know about Echuca?

    When you’re in Echuca you should visit Port of Echuca, wharf, The Old Pump House, Sharp’s Magic Movie House & Penny Arcade, Bridge Hotel, Holden Car museum, Old Brothel and Steam Packet, Echuca Rail Station, Historical Society, Great Aussie Beer Shed, Billabong Ranch, Oz Maze and Torrumbarry Weir. 

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, and caravan parks in town.

    Directions: Echuca is 205 kms north of Melbourne. Daily rail and bus services travel to and from Echuca and Melbourne

    Swan Hill

    When should I go?

    January- September

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in February, March, April, June, July, and August.

    March- June

    Almonds/ Pistachios- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from April to May.

    May- January

    Citrus- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in June, July, October, November, and December.

    May- February

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    October- February + May- July

    Stonefruit- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from November to February.

    Contact Information for farms in the Swan Hill area:

    Murrawee Farms Aust Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5033 2286
    Address: Prince Rd, Swan Hill VIC 3585

    Demaria D
    Phone: (03) 5037 6570
    Address: Lake View Rd, Woorinen VIC 3589

    Wilson Margaret V
    Phone: (03) 5037 6662
    Address: Woorinen VIC 3589

    Gammon A
    Phone: (03) 5037 6418
    Address: Woorinen VIC 3589

    Carmichael's Of Woorinen Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5037 6673
    Address: Byrnes Rd, Woorinen VIC 3589

    Tripodi Michael & Tony
    Phone: (03) 5037 2241
    Address: Long Lake Rd, Lake Boga VIC 3584

    Tripodi Nominees Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5037 2165
    Address: Cottage Long Lake 203 Long Lake Rd, Lake Boga VIC 3584

    Young K A & A N
    Phone: (03) 5037 6620
    Address: Gammon Rd, Woorinen VIC 3589

    Butler J K & J E
    Phone: (03) 5037 6424
    Address: Beverford VIC 3590

    Bognar I
    Phone: (03) 5037 6563
    Address: Woorinen North VIC 3589

    Winter G J
    Phone: (03) 5037 2178
    Address: Scown Rd, Tresco West VIC 3584

    Morpeth D M
    Phone: (03) 5037 6233
    Address: Woorinen VIC 3589

    Butler Orchards Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5037 6238
    Address: Athorn Rd, Woorinen VIC 3589

    Free's Fresh Fruit
    Phone: (03) 5037 2495
    Address: Tresco West Rd, Tresco VIC 3583

    Thompson V F
    Phone: (03) 5030 2254
    Address: Vinifera VIC 3591

    Riverbend Orchard
    Phone: (03) 5030 5385
    Address: 3655 Murray Valley Hwy, Wood Wood VIC 3596

    Demaio M
    Phone: (03) 5030 5652
    Address: 3655 Murray Valley Hwy, Nyah VIC 3594

    Mammone Orchards
    Phone: (03) 5030 5367
    Address: Murray Valley Hwy, Wood Wood VIC 3596

    Billing Chris J
    Phone: (03) 5457 2241
    Address: Murrabit VIC 3579

    Scalora Bros Fruit Boxes Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5030 5566
    Address: Lockhart Rd, Tooleybuc NSW 2736

    Hackett D N & J L
    Phone: (03) 5030 5542
    Address: Goodnight NSW 2736

    Buccheri S
    Phone: (03) 5030 5553
    Address: Goodnight NSW 2736

    What are some other things to know about Swan Hill?

    Places to visit in Swan Hill include Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement, Paddle Steamer Gem, Paddle Steamer Kookaburra, Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, Burke and Wills Tree, Historic Bridge, Water Tower, Federal Hotel, Giant Murray Cod, Murray Downs, Bullers and Bests Wineries, Dowling House, Lake Boga and the Catalina Flying Boat Museum.

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, hostels, cabin parks, and caravan parks in town.

    Directions: Swan Hill is 336 kms from Melbourne, 893 kms from Sydney, and 518 kms from Adelaide. A V/Line rail service operates daily to Swan Hill from Melbourne and there are daily bus services from Sydney and Adelaide.  

    Nyah

    When should I go?

    January- September

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in February, March, April, June, July, and August.

    May- January

    Citrus- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in June, July, August, November, and December.

    May- February

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    November- February + May- September

    Stonefruit- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from December to February.

    Contact Information for farms in the Nyah area:

    Cant R G
    Phone: (03) 5030 2350
    Address: Nyah VIC 3594

    Barbour W J
    Phone: (03) 5030 2525
    Address: Nyah VIC 3594

    What are some other things to know about Nyah?

    Nyah is very close to Swan Hill and because of this many of Nyah’s attractions are shared with Swan Hill. These places include Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement, Paddle Steamer Gem, Paddle Steamer Kookaburra, Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, Burke and Wills tree, Federal Hotel, Giant Murray Cod, R L Buller and Sons Winery. 

    Accommodations: There is no commercial accommodation available in Nyah, however in nearby Nyah West there is a hotel, backpacker hostel and a caravan park. You can also take the short drive over to Swan Hill and stay at the many accommodations there.

    Directions: Nyah is 28 kms north of Swan Hill, 893 kms from Sydney, and 336 kms from Melbourne. A rail service operates daily to Swan Hill from Melbourne and there are daily bus services from Sydney and Adelaide.

    Robinvale

    When should I go?

    January- September

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in January, February, March, April, June, July, and August.

    March- June

    Almonds/ Pistachios- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from April to May.

    May- February

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is steady for the whole period.

    Contact Information for farms in the Robinvale area:

    Olam Orchards Australia
    Phone: (03) 5026 3344
    Address: 2 Perrin St, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Natale P
    Phone: (03) 5026 3816
    Address: Blk 34b, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Scarcella A
    Phone: (03) 5026 3863
    Address: Walsh's Rd, Robinvale East VIC 3549

    Ragavanis G
    Phone: (03) 5026 4084
    Address: Robinvale South VIC 3549

    Holland J K
    Phone: (03) 5026 9353
    Address: Blk 7e, Bannerton VIC 3549

    Cucia Ross
    Phone: (03) 5026 4044
    Address: Blk 53c, Robinvale South VIC 3549

    Zappia R
    Phone: (03) 5026 3129
    Address: Newbriatan Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Albanese G
    Phone: (03) 5026 3296
    Address: Blk 3 B, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Davoli R & L
    Phone: (03) 5026 9275
    Address: Block 38E Shaggy Ridge Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Cupper's Vine Nursery
    Phone: (03) 5026 1085
    Address: 11B Benghazi Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Turner D V
    Phone: (03) 5026 3937
    Address: Block 81b Elalamein Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Smith D C
    Phone: (03) 5026 9373
    Address: Block 6e Satelberg Road, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Giofrelle D
    Phone: (03) 5026 4020
    Address: 85 Finschafen Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Panagiotopoulos N & V
    Phone: (03) 5026 9385
    Address: Blk 31e/ Madang Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Lowe E N
    Phone: (03) 5026 3957
    Address: Blk 16C Anzac Rd, Robinvale South VIC 3549

    Bitsounis H
    Phone: (03) 5026 3998
    Address: 1 Heppe Valley Rd, Robinvale Irr Dist Sec D VIC 3549

    Ganci T & N
    Phone: (03) 5026 3631
    Address: 2 Sturt Hwy, Euston NSW 2737

    Vespucci S
    Phone: (03) 5026 3774
    Address: Brett Rd, Euston NSW 2737

    Marciano D R & G
    Phone: (03) 5026 1246
    Address: Brett Rd, Euston NSW 2737

    Grape House The
    Phone: (03) 5026 3359
    Address: 26 Kilpatrick Rd, Euston NSW 2737

    Zaffina Vineyards Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5026 3765
    Address: 28 Kilpatrick Rd, Euston NSW 2737

    Manna R
    Phone: (03) 5026 4681
    Address: Hocking Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Brigante Bros
    Phone: (03) 5026 4080
    Address: Hocking Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Natale Farms
    Phone: (03) 5026 3978
    Address: Happy Valley Hocking Rd, Robinvale VIC 3549

    O'Brien P W & P M
    Phone: (03) 5026 1486
    Address: Blk 96c, Robinvale VIC 3549

    Zara C
    Phone: (03) 5026 9350
    Address: Lake Powell, Bannerton VIC 3549

    Hammet R J & K A
    Phone: (03) 5026 8254
    Address: Murray Valley Hwy, Boundary Bend VIC 3599

    Conner A H & E J
    Phone: (03) 5026 8224
    Address: Murray Valley Hwy, Boundary Bend VIC 3599

    Boram H
    Phone: (03) 5026 8261
    Address: Murray Valley Hwy, Boundary Bend VIC 3599

    Frank Sos
    Phone: 0427 105 440
    Address: Colignan VIC 3494

    Keens Bros
    Phone: (03) 5029 1422
    Address: Dickenson 76 Nangiloc Gr, Nangiloc VIC 3494

    Castles Crossing Orchards
    Phone: (03) 5029 1456
    Address: Castles Crossing Rd, Nangiloc VIC 3494

    Colignan Producers Company Pty Ltd
    Phone: (03) 5029 1799
    Address: Boonoonar Rd, Colignan VIC 3494

    Koola Grove
    Phone: (03) 5029 1689
    Address: Iraak Rd, Nangiloc VIC 3494

    What are some other things to know about Robinvale?

    If you find yourself in Robinvale you need to visit Bumbang Island, Robinvale Windmill, Belsar Island, Euston Weir, Fish Ladder, Robinswood and Murrumbidgee Junction.

    Accommodations: There are several hotels, motels, hostels, and caravan parks in town. Some farm facilities are also available to backpackers.

    Directions: 480 kms from Melbourne, 980 kms from Sydney and 530 kms from Adelaide. The major bus lines operate daily services from Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide through Robinvale.

    Nangiloc

    When should I go?

    January- September

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in February, March, April, June, July, and August.

    May- January

    Citrus- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in June, July, August, November, and December.

    May- February

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from October to November.

    Contact Information for farms in the Nangiloc area:

    Lamshed R G
    Phone: (03) 5024 0212Address:
    Sturt Hwy, Monak NSW 2738

    Strangio J
    Phone: (03) 5024 2234
    Address: Stewart Rd, Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Dichiera C & J
    Phone: (03) 5024 3337
    Address: 5 Murray Ave, Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Napoli F & S
    Phone: (03) 5024 1144
    Address: Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    D'Anna D
    Phone: (03) 5024 1871
    Address: Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Thatcher F S
    Phone: (03) 5024 1412
    Address: Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    McManus D J & K G
    Phone: (03) 5024 1247
    Address: Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Radman F
    Phone: (03) 5024 1580
    Address: Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Tieman R J
    Phone: (03) 5024 1434
    Address: 343B Westcliffs Ave, Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Dichiera C & M
    Phone: (03) 5024 1634
    Address: Blk 504, Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Marciano D J
    Phone: (03) 5024 1612
    Address: Blk 375 Moonah St, Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Cavallo L
    Phone: (03) 5024 2178
    Address: Newton Ave, Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Jenkins D L
    Phone: (03) 5025 7281
    Address: Cardross VIC 3496

    Farnsworth David W & Mary
    Phone: (03) 5024 5293
    Address: Dewry Ave, Irymple VIC 3498

    Caminiti S & S
    Phone: (03) 5024 5432
    Address: Belar Ave, Irymple VIC 3498

    Mammone V
    Phone: (03) 5024 5638
    Address: Belar Ave, Irymple VIC 3498

    Pezzaniti C & V
    Phone: (03) 5024 1243
    Address: Blk 310a, Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Hensgen M R & J L
    Phone: (03) 5024 5333
    Address:115 Morpung Ave, Irymple VIC 3498

    Adams J W
    Phone: (03) 5024 5478
    Address:15th St, Irymple VIC 3498

    Romeo P
    Phone: (03) 5024 2460
    Address: Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Marciano M
    Phone: (03) 5024 1825
    Address: Red Cliffs VIC 3496

    Marciano A
    Phone: (03) 5024 5728
    Address: 11th St East, Irymple VIC 3498

    Sunraysia Citrus Growers
    Phone: (03) 5023 8205
    Address: 58 Pine Ave, Mildura VIC 3500
    Email: scg@mvcitrus.org.au
    Website: http://mvcitrus.org.au/

    Belvedere Fruit Growers
    Phone: (03) 5024 7644
    Address: Suite 1A 2103 Fifteenth St, Irymple VIC 3498

    Mammone R
    Phone: (03) 5023 2097
    Address: Sandilong Ave, Irymple VIC 3498

    Surace J
    Phone: 0417 390 613
    Address: Cowra Ave, Irymple VIC 3498

    Panagiotaros A & A
    Phone: (03) 5023 1564
    Address: Cowra Ave, Mildura VIC 3500

    McGinniskin B R&C L
    Phone: (03) 5023 0863
    Address: Loop Rd, Nichols Point VIC 3501

    Strubelj F & D
    Phone: (03) 5022 2122
    Address: Benetook Ave, Mildura VIC 3500

    Callipari A
    Phone: (03) 5023 1998
    Address: 310 Cowra Ave, Nichols Point VIC 3501

    Cavallaro F D & P
    Phone: (03) 5025 7258
    Address: Etiwanda Ave, Koorlong VIC 3501

    Grape House The
    Phone: (03) 5026 4869
    Address: 15 Kilpatrick Rd, Euston VIC 2737

    Mills A V
    Phone: (03) 5024 8410
    Address: Gol Gol NSW 2738

    Roberts Partners
    Phone: (03) 5024 8521
    Address: Gol Gol NSW 2738

    Harriss Lindsey & Colleen
    Phone: (03) 5024 8490
    Address: Potters Dr, Gol Gol NSW 2738

    Vidovich V
    Phone: (03) 5023 1512
    Address: 380 Deakin Ave, Mildura VIC 350

    Northwest Primary Produce
    Phone: (03) 5022 2068
    Address: Block 1253 Walnut Ave, Mildura VIC 3500

    Cock K D
    Phone: (03) 5021 3812
    Address: Farm 4 Corbett Ave, Buronga NSW 2739

    Barich V E
    Phone: (03) 5025 6374
    Address: 19 Ash Ave, Merbein South VIC 3505

    What are some other things to know about Nangiloc?

    While you are in Nangiloc you should visit Zilzie Wines, Lindemans Winery, Hattah Kulkyne National Park.

    Accommodations: There is no commercial accommodation available in Nyah, however in nearby Nyah West there is a hotel, backpacker hostel and a caravan park. You can also take the short drive over to Swan Hill and stay at the many accommodations there.

    Directions: Nangiloc is 40 kms from Mildura, Mildura is 550 kms from Melbourne, 1050 kms from Sydney, and 450 kms from Adelaide. Daily return air and bus services travel to Mildura from Melbourne and Adelaide with bus services from Sydney. Private transport is required to reach the Nangiloc.

    Mildura

    When should I go?

    February- September

    Grapes- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in February, March, April, June, July, and August.

    May- January

    Citrus- Demand for harvest workers is the highest in June, July, and August.

    May- February

    Vegetables- Demand for harvest workers is the highest from October to November.

    Contact Information for farms in the Mildura area:

    Ribarits G & J
    Phone: (03) 5023 1253
    Address: 245 Tenth St, Mildura VIC 3500

    Lloyd Owen & Janice
    Phone: (03) 5023 3467
    Address: Benetook Ave, Mildura VIC 3500

    What are some other things to know about Mildura?

    Mildura is a major regional city on the Murray River. Places to visit in Mildura include Alfred Deakin Centre, the Chaffey Trail, Mildura Arts Centre and Rio Vista Museum, Old Mildura Homestead, Australian Inland Botanical Gardens, paddle steamer cruises, district wineries, Kings Billabong and Psyche Bend Pumphouse, Red Cliffs Pumping Station, Big Lizzie, Deakin Estate Wines, Zilzie Wines, Nursery Ridge Wines, Lindemans Winery, Lake Cullulleraine, Mungo National Park and the Hattah-Kulkyne National Park. 

    Accommodations: There are many hotels, motels, caravan parks, cabin parks, hostels, and guesthouses in town for you to say in.

    Directions: Mildura is 550 kms from Melbourne, 1050 kms from Sydney, and 450 kms from Adelaide. Return air and bus services travel to Mildura from Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney. 

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