Farm work and Traveling Australia

Tripfarm is a backpacker travel company created to help backpackers find their farm work in Australia before, during, and after their travels. From East Coast of Australia Tours to the 4x4ing around Uluru, from diving with great white sharks to finding a job picking fruit, we got you covered. We’ll even help you find your farmwork at the end of your travels, for free!

If you are currently doing their farm work in Australia, we help backpackers travel Australia and New Zealand by giving them a guaranteed 10% off EVERYTHING on our site, all you need to do is give us the name, location, and contact details for the farm your currently on.

 A hidden gem of Australia- Kata Tjuta at sunrise

A hidden gem of Australia- Kata Tjuta at sunrise

And if you have just arrived in Australia, want to travel and then work, we can help. We put you in contact with farmers who specialise in working with backpackers, during or after your travels. All the farms we suggest are valid for 2nd year working holiday visa applications, and the majority are with a group of backpackers so you're not alone. We also suggest good quality working hostels, if you want a good atmosphere while you work.

Whether your currently doing your farm work and want to travel afterwards, or want to travel and then work, we specialise in booking unique Australia and New Zealand adventure travel for you. That means everything from buses and accommodation, to tours and individual dietary requirements. Take a look at our default East Coast of Australia trips, and if there's something you want to change in them, don't be afraid to ask, remember its completely custom to you! And especially if you're planning on doing your farmwork, if you want to spend three months in Mackey picking watermelons before continuing on your way up to Cairns, we can get you in touch with a farmer, and sort out your trip before and after- its completely flexible to you.

 Farm work outside the Gold Coast

Farm work outside the Gold Coast

 
 
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