Work and Travel Melbourne, Australia

Work and Travel Melbourne & Getting Started in the Australia

Working Holiday Visa Melbourne, Australia:

Australian Government Visa Website
Department of Immigration and Border Protection

 

Work and Travel Melbourne Accommodation:

Gumtree
Gumtree is the biggest website in Australia for local community classifieds including jobs, stuff for sale, cars, flat share, flat rentals in Australia. An extremely handy website for all backpackers:

Housing Rental in Australia

 

Working Holiday visa Melobourne Jobs and directories:

Gumtree
Gumtree is the biggest website in Australia for local community classifieds including jobs, stuff for sale, cars, flat share, flat rentals in Australia. An extremely handy website for all backpackers:

Backpacker Job Board
On the Backpacker Job Board you can find listed jobs for backpackers in Melbourne, or somewhere else in Australia for that matter. The page also has an interesting blog for backpackers traveling in Australia:

Use Seek for Jobs

 

Work Exchanges Melbourne:

 

Remote Jobs Melbourne:

Remote Jobs courtesy of Remote OK

Story by Adrian 25 Melbourne

It was strange coming back to the place that I went to schoolies on. For those who don’t know, schoolies is the time when you graduate high school, and you’re in that sweet spot between finding out your ATAR score and knowing whether you’ve got into university or TAFE. It’s a sweet bliss, a period where there’s not a worry in the world, and a time to rejoice in the freedom of being young.\n\nOf course, the experience is usually a little more roudy than that. On this recent visit, Ocean Grove was not crawling with eighteen year old guys and gals; it possessed a strange calmness, a calmness that is present before a storm. For the schoolies youth will be back.

Ocean Grove, when not visited during the November – December period, is a peaceful, placid place. It appears to be a sleepy town, relying on the individual to keep themselves occupied. The ocean landscapes are magnificent, and overall was a great place to visit. \n\nA weekend well spent.

The lifestyle was that of a typical country town – slow, sleepy, relaxed. Typical of such a place, all restaurants shut their kitchens at 8:00pm, leaving only the local pub open for visitors.

Ocean Grove is a two hour drive out of Melbourne.’,’A camping site where we pitched our own tent.

Just make sure you avoid the November – December months as the place transforms into a playhouse for younger students.