Fruit picking, seasonal & harvest work in Ti Tree

Are you interested in finding some fruit picking or harvest work in Ti Tree? Do you need more information about jobs & accommodation in and around Ti Tree? Then keep reading to discover all you need to know to make your trip to Ti Tree a success!

Fruit picking Ti Tree

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Ti Tree is a very small outback country town located about 1,300 km's south of Darwin, which takes about 15 or 16 hours to drive, and it has a population of less than 200 full time residents. It is an isolated town with not too much else around. In fact, the next closest capital city is Adelaide, over 1,700 km's away!

However, Alice Springs is only about 200 km's away, so if you are heading to Uluru (Ayers Rock) it is not too far away and it should only take you 2.5 hours to drive.

Any eligible work done anywhere in the Northern Territory allows for backpackers and people wanting to come and work and travel Australia to extend their Working Holiday Visa to an Extended Working Holiday Visa. So you can be safe in the knowledge that you can get your extended visa should you do any fruit picking, harvest or farm work work in or around Ti Tree.

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Best time to find fruit picking work in Ti Tree

The main thing that they grow out in Ti Tree is grapes. Luckily growing grapes is a fairly involved process and there is work to be found 4 - 6 months of the year. It breaks down a little like this:

  • * May - June: vine pruning
  • * September - October: vine shoot
  • * September - October: vine planting
  • * November - December: picking grapes

    Jan     Feb     Mar     April     May     June     July     Aug     Sept     Oct     Nov     Dec  
Grapes: NoNoNoNoYesYesNoNoMaybeMaybeYesYes


Yes  Generally lots of work. Maybe  There may be work. No  Generally no work.

How to find fruit picking work in Ti Tree

Firstly have a look on the Jobs Board, specifically the Fruit picking & Harvest jobs in Darwin and Fruit picking & Harvest jobs in the Northern Territory pages.

Then have a look at the Employment agencies in Australia section. Simply select Darwin and the Northern Territory as your Location and Agriculture & Rural Services as your Speciality when using the search form to get a complete list of companies who may have job listings.

If there isn't anything on there that interests you, have a look at the National Harvest Labour Information Service (run by the Australian government).

National Harvest Labour Information Service


Telephone: 1800 062 332 - 8:30am to 5:00pm (Monday to Friday)

Where to stay in Ti Tree

There are a number of different options available to people looking to stay in Ti Tree, including: backpacker style accommodation, some caravan parks (with powered sites and non-powered / camping sites). It is also possible for harvest workers to have the choice of staying at a hotel or workers accommodation on some of the farms.

For more information you can contact the local Tourist Information centre.

Name: Ti Tree Visitor Information Centre

Address: Ti Tree Roadhouse, Stuart Highway, NT 0870


Telephone: (08) 8956 9741

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