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The Lucky Country

Is There Really Work Available In Australia?

So you're thinking about a working holiday in Australia, but I guess you are also thinking that it sounds too good to be true.

Usually when things seem too good to be true, they are often fake, but not this time! Australia is called the 'Lucky Country' and for very good reason.

The truth is: you have a great chance of securing work in Australia and the amazing thing is that there is only one condition, and that is: You must of course have an appropriate visa before you arrive in Australia. If that sounds a bit daunting, don't be deterred because it is actually not as difficult as it may sound.

You may already know that Australia is critically short of Nurses, skilled workers and Qualified Trades people such as electricians, plumbers, tilers, painters etc. If you can identify with any of these categories you are almost certainly on your way to working in Australia on a Skilled Visa.

But if it's a working holiday you want, then you're in luck. Just click on the banner link below to get started.

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Australia has a booming Tourism and Hospitality Industry unlike any other country, which is always looking for good honest workers. These industries are on the lookout for people who can offer them flexible working hours, honesty and reliability. The main areas of employment are:
  • Cafes and Restaurants who need Chefs, Cooks, Kitchen hands, Baristas, and Wait staff... otherwise known as Coffee Jobs
  • Holiday Resorts who need Day/Night Managers, Check-In Reception staff, Concierge, Maintenance crews, Cleaning and Housekeeping staff, Entertainers, and Bar attendants
  • Transport Operators who need Tour Guides and Bus Drivers
  • Recreation Clubs who need Bar attendants, Gaming Attendants, Chefs, Cooks, Wait staff, Entertainers and Baristas
  • Catering Companies who need Wait staff, Serving staff, Baristas, Cooks, Chefs, Kitchen hands, Drinks Waiters and Bar attendants
The majority of Australias population lives on the East Coast so it is reasonable to expect that most of the work will be in the larger cities including:
  • Cairns in North Queensland
  • Brisbane, the capital of Queensland
  • Sydney, the capital of New South Wales
  • Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria
Other well populated areas offering great work opportunities include:
  • Perth, the capital of Western Australia
  • Hobart and Launceston on the Island of Tasmania
  • Adelaide, the capital of South Australia
  • Broome on the North Coast of Western Australia
  • Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory
  • and last but not least, Canberra where our politicians hang out in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
So you can see the opportunities for work in Australia are almost endless. Good Luck and Bon Voyage!

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