Go Workabout in Western Australia
Go Workabout helps working holiday makers/backpackers to plan and find interesting employment in some of the most desired tourist destinations in Western Australia.
Working Holiday Services
Tax File Number
If you are going to work in Australia you will need a Tax File Number.
Get your mail organised during your Australian working holiday.
Working holiday makers and backpackers – Lodge your Australian Tax Return now and claim your
Organise a bank account today and transfer your money across before you leave home.
Transfer your funds today.
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Cold Larder Chef/Cook
We are currently seeking a Cold Larder Chef to join our clients growing team in the Pilbara. As the Cold Larder Chef you will be responsible for managing and preparing all cold dishes.
- Expand your career and learn about Australian cuisine
- 40-50 hours per week
- Subsidised accommodation with pool and WiFi available
- Experience the true Aussie Outback
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Vinyard Pruning 2015May 13, 2015
As winter approaches we move into the vinyard pruning season. Whilst this may not seem that exciting, it provides many working holiday makers to complete their 2nd year visa extension work. Go Workabout has 35 positions open in the 2015 vinyard pruning team in beautiful Dunsborough. This is the perfect opportunity to do your 2nd […]
I soon realized that no journey carries one far unless, as it extends into the world around us, it goes an equal distance into the world within.”Lillian Smith
What Our Working Travellers Are Saying
“My boss is so cool… He invited us to dinner in his own house, and he presented us all his family, even his cute baby kangaroo!! Really, he has one, she’s wonderful, I gave her milk and lots of kisses; it was the best Australian experience for the moment!!!
“I finish work on Monday and will be leaving Dunsborough on Wednesday. I just wanted to say thanks for making this part of my trip so easy. It was great to have everything organised for me (visa, bank account, job, etc.) before arriving in Australia. Thanks a lot!”