The WHV Australia program, is suitable for international visitors under the age of 30, to enjoy an extended stay in Australia – therefore it mostly attracts gap year students, backpackers and people on a career break looking for a means to keep traveling.

It’s not only a way to earn money, but an opportunity to gain new skills, to live locally, and really experience life down under. You can immerse yourself in the culture, meet locals and form life long friendships.

But if you’re not sure what you need to do to get the visa, and how to plan your new life in Aus, then keep reading for everything you need to know about this visa…

How To Get Your Working Holiday Visa: Global Work and Travel in Australia

Since 2013, Global Work and Travel have been helping travelers work and fund their travels through cultural exchange programs both paid and unpaid.

One of the elements of a successful working holiday is to find local, seasonal employment to use as a means to fund your travels around the country. This is not easy. But, Global Work and Travel makes it so as they have spent years with hundreds of local businesses that do hire travellers.

We are enthusiastic partners of theirs as we believe in what they do, avid lovers of working abroad, and know they can help you!

They offer the complete package and, most importantly, help score you job interviews with awesome local businesses so you can stay longer and fund all your Australian adventures!

Their in-country team will help get you set up with all the essentials you need including working holiday visa application advice, transfers & accommodation, local experiences, an Aussie local bank account and mobile number, plus so much more.

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