Working Holidays are the best way to earn money while you travel through Australia. Plus, they have the added bonus of enhancing your skill set and making your CV more desirable to employers back home. Australia's a huge country, so if you want to see it all in one hit, you’re going to need a lot of funds.
Working your way around the country with an Australia Working Visa is the best way earn some cash and make the most of your time Down Under.
We can help secure a working holiday visa, allowing you to live and work in Australia for up to 12 months hassle free. When you buy a working holiday visa, we'll throw in an STA Work Pack to help you set up a bank account, tax file number and superannuation account, as well as helping you with your tax and superannuation refund upon your return.
Please note STA Travel is non-affiliated with any governments.
Get your caffeine highs and see those bank account zeros rise, earning $17-25 an hour working in coffee shops.
$17-25 per hour, plus tips and an awesome social life? Laughing all the way to the bank. Plus, free digs in some rural areas.
$17-25 per hour plus tips, with corporate hospitality and big events such as the Melbourne Cup paying up to $50 an hour!
Admin roles can pay $20-30 per hour; or upwards of $35 if you're already experienced in PR, recruitment or marketing.
Around $30 an hour, or more with trade experience. Farm work can vary, with fruitpicking often paid by how much you pick.
Earn between $19-25 an hour, plus some pretty good staff discounts and instant popularity amongst your new friends.
You can buy an Australia working holiday visa for £349. This allows you to live and work in Australia for 12 months, study for up to 4 months and leave/re-enter the country any number of times whilst the visa is valid.
For your application to be successful, you must have the equivalent of $5,000 (plus extra for a flight home if you haven’t booked a return ticket) in your bank account when you travel.
If you’d like to stay in Australia beyond 12 months, you may apply for a second working holiday visa. To qualify, you must be aged between 18 and 31 and have worked at least 88 days of farm work, fruit picking or construction work in regional Australia during your first year. Visit Australia’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection for more information.
Of course! You can study for up to 4 months on an Australia working holiday visa.