Ask Me! – Backpacking in Australia Questions & Answers


If you are currently planning to travel to Australia whether it be on a Working Holiday  417 Visa or a Visitors visa, or maybe you are already here but still have some questions, feel free to ask me anything…

The list is endless!

I have been in Australia for a year now and I’d like to think I know a bit about being a backpacker here 😜

So ask away and I will be happy to help, comment below, tweet me, or dm on instagram, whichever way I love chatting to my readers!

Go on, ask A Long Way From Home!

2 thoughts on “Ask Me! – Backpacking in Australia Questions & Answers

  1. Hi! 🙂 I read your post about the strawberry planting, sounds awful! my friend and I are looking for farm work at the moment, would you recommend working on a cattle farm or have any tips?

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    1. Hey Katie! Oh it was! I take my hat off to anyone who does that sort of work for 88 days! I would highly recommend working at a cattle station. That’s what I ended up doing for my full 3 months and I loved it! The farm wasn’t milking though if that’s what you will be doing, although I do know a friend who did that and she really enjoyed that too. I learned so much, how to muster cattle from paddock to paddock, riding motorbikes, my boyfriend learned how to drive a tractor, fencing, driving around checking and cleaning the cows troughs. I would advertise yourself on gumtree and also contact farmers who have up advertisements too, check facebook groups like backpacker jobs in australia if you aren’t already members. Let me know how you get on and feel free to ask if you want any more advice 😊


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