From June till April, outdoor work is available in South Australia’s picturesque wine regions including pruning grape vines or harvesting.
From June to September you'll be manually pruning grape vines, pulling out canes, and rolling on canes to wires. You'll be trained in the correct technique and use of pruning tools.
From October to December there's work training vines, while January to April brings work for harvesting grapes.
You'll need to:
- be able to do repetitive work
- stand for long periods of time
- work in all weather conditions including outside in the fresh air
- follow instructions and learn and apply new processes quickly
- be committed to employment from June to September.
How you'll make a difference
South Australia produces more than 80% of Australia's premium wine from some of the oldest vines in the world, and you have a chance to be part of that.
Did you know:
- More than 544 million litres of red, white, rosé, sparkling and fortified wines were produced in South Australia in 2018–19.
- South Australia exported more than 468 million litres of wine overseas, worth $1.92 billion, in 2018–19.
- South Australia is home to 700 wineries, more than 350 cellar doors and 3,400 grape growers.