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I'm going to be be spending 4 months travelling and working up and down the gold coast from February onwards. Was wording if anyone could help me out getting work a day or two while i'm there? Any suggestions much appreciated!



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i done some harvest/tractor work a few hours inland from there, but that was about Oct/Nov time. There is fruit picking up there too but not sure wot time of year.


Would not fancy doing any tree work in OZ toooo many snakes and spiders about, and esp so when u get further north. Lot of browns in that inland area


On that farm i killed over 60 Red backs in an hour or so, was sent up to get a load of old empty gas canisters in an area that looked heaven for snakes, drove the 7.5Tonner round and round in a circle beepin ghe horn round the cannisters to try and scare any snakes away. Bloody s*****ing myself.

When i got back to yard the welder/fitter who looked after me gave the boss a real bollacking for sending me up there myself

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