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Discover where seasonal work opportunities are in NSW

Learn more about the towns and the peak harvesting seasons for agricultural and farm work

Albury

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2640

Discover a blossoming food scene, endless outdoor adventure and a thriving arts culture in the vibrant twin regional centres of Albury and Wodonga. On either side of the Murray River, the two cities provide a charming break on the Melbourne-Sydney drive, with the Snowy Mountains and Rutherglen wine region nearby.

Distance from Sydney: 554km

Crops: Grain, Hay

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December January
Hay September October
Grain Hay

Ballina

Fruit Grain

Postcode: 2478

Ballina is a town in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. The town lies on the Richmond River and serves as a gateway to Byron Bay.

Distance from Sydney: 738km

Crops: Avocados, Berries, Nuts, Stonefruit

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Avocados June, July April, May
Berries September, October, November July, August
Nuts May, June, July April, August, September
Stonefruit September, October, November, December
Fruit Grain

Batlow

Fruit

Postcode: 2730

Batlow is a town in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, on the edge of the Great Dividing Range, 775m above sea level. Batlow is well known for its apples.

Distance from Sydney: 439km

Crops: Apples

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Apples March, April, May
Fruit

Bourke

Cotton Fruit

Postcode: 2840

Bourke is a town in the North West of New South Wales on the Darling River. Once a major 19th century river port and trading post, Bourke is an inviting outback town with historic landmarks and rich with Aboriginal culture. There is plenty to offer by way of adventure and beautiful national parks to be explored.

Distance from Sydney: 775km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Melons

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting September, October October
Cotton Picking March, April April
Melons February, March, April, May, September, October, November, December June, July, August
Cotton Fruit

Byron Bay

Fruit Grain

Postcode: 2481

Byron Bay is a beachside town located in the far-northeastern corner of the state of New South Wales. With its stunning natural attractions and eclectic community, Byron Bay is one of the world’s most famous coastal towns. You’ll be captivated by gorgeous beaches, breathtaking hinterland rainforest, spectacular coastal trails, amazing marine life and a buzzing food scene.

Distance from Sydney: 761km

Crops: Avocados, Berries, Nuts, Stonefruit

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Avocados June, July April, May
Berries September, October, November July, August
Nuts May, June, July April, August, September
Stonefruit September, October, November, December
Fruit Grain

Coffs Harbour

Fruit Cotton

Postcode: 2450

Coffs Harbour is a city on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. Coffs Harbour is a wonderful destination for family holidays and memorable adventures. From bushwalking and whale watching to the iconic Big Banana, stunning beaches, a marine sanctuary and more, this beachside city is full of attractions.

Distance from Sydney: 531km

Crops: Avocados, Bananas, Berries,

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Avocados June, July April, May
Bananas All Year
Berries September, October, November July, August
Fruit Cotton

Condobolin

Cotton Grain Hay

Postcode: 2877

Condobolin is is a town in the west of the Central West region of New South Wales. When it comes to charming country towns, you can't get much better than Condobolin. It's small enough to stay endearing and large enough to keep you entertained. Set on the banks of the Lachlan River, it's a great spot for fishing and water sports, plus has plenty of cultural heritage.

Distance from Sydney: 457km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting October, November
Cotton Picking April, May May
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Cotton Grain Hay

Coonamble

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2829

Coonamble is a town on the central-western plains of New South Wales. Coonamble is home to Australia’s biggest rodeo and campdraft and near three natural wonders, the Warrumbungle National Park, the Macquarie Marshes and Pilliga Forest. The small country town of art deco buildings, classic country pubs and rural hospitality is Australia’s nickname capital, too.

Distance from Sydney: 586km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain September, October, November
Hay & Silage September, October October
Grain Hay

Cootamundra

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2590

Cootamundra is a picturesque country town in the beautiful Riverina. Best known for being the birthplace of famous cricketer Sir Donald Bradman, the town has lovely cafes and is an important agricultural hub.

Distance from Sydney: 381km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Grain Hay

Cowra

Grain Hay Fruit Vegetables

Postcode: 2794

Cowra is a charming town surrounded by vineyards, waterways and pretty countryside in the beautiful Lachlan Valley. It is home to fascinating historical buildings and military history, as well as tranquil gardens and fine wines.

Distance from Sydney: 308km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage, Melons, Vegetables

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Melons January, February, March, September, October, November, December June, July, August
Vegetables March, April, May, June, July, August, September October, November, December
Grain Hay Fruit Vegetables

Deniliquin

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2710

Deniliquin is an aquatic playground in The Murray region of NSW offering wonderful waterskiing, wakeboarding and fishing, as well as bushwalking, cycling and golf. This charming town, known affectionately as Deni, is on the beautiful Edward River, a tributary of the Murray River, and home to the world-famous Deni Ute Muster.

Distance from Sydney: 711km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage, Rice Planting, Rice Harvesting

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October
Rice Planting October, November
Rice Harvesting April, May
Grain Hay

Dubbo

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2830

In the heart of the beautiful Macquarie Valley, Dubbo is a vibrant regional city by the majestic Macquarie River. Discover wonderful experiences, from the award-winning Taronga Western Plains Zoo to museums, gorgeous gardens and fun activities.

Distance from Sydney: 392km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Grain Hay

Euston

Fruit Vineyards Grain Vegetables

Postcode: 2737

Euston is a small town on the banks of the Murray River, southern New South Wales. The mighty Murray River is great for boating and water skiing and Euston has the convenience of a boat ramp in front of the Euston Club. There are several sandbars with access roads that are great for camping and fishing.

Distance from Sydney: 933km

Crops: Avocados, Citrus, Grapes, Nuts, Vegetables

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Avocados August, September, October
Citrus January, June, July, October, November, December May, August, September
Grapes February, March, April, June, July, August January, May
Nuts January, February, March, April, May August, September
Vegetables January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Fruit Vineyards Grain Vegetables

Finley

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2713

Finley is located on the Newell Highway and is a prime irrigation area 20 kilometres from the Murray River. A beautiful place to visit, Lake Finley offers many water sports and great picnic areas.

Distance from Sydney: 660km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage, Rice Planting, Rice Harvesting

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain November, December
Hay & Silage October
Rice Planting October, November
Rice Harvesting April, May
Grain Hay

Forbes

Grain Hay Fruit

Postcode: 2871

Forbes is a town in the Central West region of New South Wales. Forbes has always been known for its heritage buildings set alongside gorgeous river banks and leafy parks.

Distance from Sydney: 375km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage, Stonefruit

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Stonefruit January, February, March, April
Grain Hay Fruit

Gol Gol

Fruit Vineyards Grain Vegetables

Postcode: 2738

Gol Gol was proclaimed a township in 1866; however, the village allotments did not begin to be occupied until the late 1870s. Located on the Murray River, not far from the now thriving regional centre of Mildura across the River in Victoria, the town is historically significant because it was once an important coach stop. Today, Gol Gol is one of the fastest developing towns in the region with a close-knit community based on light industry.

Distance from Sydney: 1,006km

Crops: Citrus, Grapes, Nuts, Vegetables

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Citrus January, June, July, October, November, December May, August, September
Grapes February, March, April, June, July, August January, May
Nuts January, Feburary, March, April, May August, September
Vegetables January, February, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Fruit Vineyards Grain Vegetables

Griffith

Fruit Cotton Grain Vineyards Hay Vegetables

Postcode: 2680

Griffith is a major regional city in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area that is located in the north-western part of the Riverina region of New South Wales. Explore world-class wineries, fresh produce and fascinating heritage in Griffith. You’ll find plenty of cellar doors to visit, providores with delicious local produce, quality restaurants and cafes, and festivals celebrating a rich food and wine culture.

Distance from Sydney: 574km

Crops: Citrus, Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Grapes, Hay & Silage, Rice Planting, Rice Harvesting, Vegetables

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Citrus January, February, June, July, August, October, November, December March, April, May
Cotton Planting October, November
Cotton Picking April, May
Grain October, November, December
Grapes January, February, March, April, June, July, August
Hay & Silage September, October October
Rice Planting October, November
Rice Harvesting April, May
Vegetables March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Fruit Cotton Grain Vineyards Hay Vegetables

Gunnedah

Cotton Grain Hay

Postcode: 2380

Gunnedah is a vibrant country town that combines its picturesque position on the banks of the Namoi River with a hefty dose of museums, memorials and culture. Explore the area, visit its historical monuments and discover why this particular spot in northeast NSW had such a profound impact on local poets.

Distance from Sydney: 433km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting September, October
Cotton Picking March, April
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Cotton Grain Hay

Hay

Cotton Fruit Hay Vegetables

Postcode: 2711

Hay is a town in the western Riverina region of south western New South Wales. Discover intriguing museums and enjoy outback sunsets, lovely parks, cycle ways and thrilling rodeo in the charming country town of Hay. The Australian Shearers Hall of Fame, fine heritage buildings and fascinating World War II history are just three of the many attractions.

Distance from Sydney: 728km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Melons, Rice Planting, Rice Harvesting, Vegetables

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting October, November
Cotton Picking April, May
Melons January, February, March, April, May, September, October, November, December
Rice Planting October, November
Rice Harvesting April, May
Vegetables March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Cotton Fruit Hay Vegetables

Hillston

Fruit Cotton Grain Hay Vegetables

Postcode: 2675

Hillston is on the banks of the meandering Lachlan River in the beautiful western Riverina. Enjoy the rural charm, tranquil parks and heritage buildings in the country town, which is also a great base for exploring the Willandra National Park, home to kangaroos and emus.

Distance from Sydney: 683km

Crops: Citrus, Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Hay & Silage, Vegetables

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Citrus January, February, June, July, August, October, November, December March, April, May
Cotton Planting October, November
Cotton Picking April, May
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Vegetables March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Fruit Cotton Grain Hay Vegetables

Hunter Valley

Vineyards

Postcode: 2320

Escape to flourishing wine country, where world-famous wineries, acclaimed restaurants, delicious local produce and luxurious hideaways await. Surrounded by magnificent natural beauty, and only two hours from Sydney, the Hunter Valley is an unrivalled destination that has delighted since vines first thrived in the 1820s.

Distance from Sydney: 244km

Crops: Grapes

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grapes January, February, June, July, August March, September
Vineyards

Jerilderie

Cotton Hay

Postcode: 2716

Jerilderie is where bushranger Ned Kelly attempted to have his 8,000-word manifesto printed by the local newspaper editor in 1879. The historic town in the beautiful Riverina is the only NSW town raided by the Kelly Gang.

Distance from Sydney: 622km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Rice Planting, Rice Harvesting

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting October, November
Cotton Picking April, May
Rice Planting October, November
Rice Harvesting April, May
Cotton Hay

Lake Cargelligo

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2672

For water sports and birdwatching, Lake Cargelligo is a wonderful oasis in the beautiful Parkes region of NSW. This aquatic playground is perfect for sailing, kayaking, waterskiing and swimming. Fishing is popular on the lake, too, and in the nearby Lachlan River, Australia’s fourth-longest river.

Distance from Sydney: 608km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Grain Hay

Leeton

Fruit Grain

Postcode: 2705

Discover delicious food and wine in Leeton, a charming country town in the beautiful Riverina known for its well-preserved art deco buildings. Go wine tasting at boutique wineries, browse produce markets and enjoy birdwatching at two important global sanctuaries.

Distance from Sydney: 559km

Crops: Avocados, Berries, Nuts, Stonefruit

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Avocados June, July April, May
Berries September, October, November July, August
Nuts May, June, July April, August, September
Stonefruit September, October, November, December
Fruit Grain

Lismore

Fruit Grain

Postcode: 2480

The region of Lismore and the Richmond Valley on the far North Coast of NSW offers something for every kind of traveller – from nature lovers to culture vultures and foodies. The area has everything from rainforest walking tracks to empty beaches, though its artistic offerings are just as celebrated.

Distance from Sydney: 726km

Crops: Avocados, Berries, Nuts, Stonefruit

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Avocados June, July April, May
Berries September, October, November July, August
Nuts May, June, July April, August, September
Stonefruit September, October, November, December
Fruit Grain

Moree

Cotton Grain Hay

Postcode: 2400

A place of relaxation and rejuvenation, Moree is in the beautiful Gwydir Valley in northwest NSW. Soak in hot artesian springs, sourced naturally from deep inside the Great Artesian Basin, and discover the therapeutic benefits of the mineral-rich waters.

Distance from Sydney: 628km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting September, October
Cotton Picking March, April
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October
Cotton Grain Hay

Moulamein

Hay

Postcode: 2733

Situated on the picturesque Edward River and surrounded by a stunning stretch of towering river gums, Moulamein is a charming destination that boasts a delightful collection of attractions to discover and explore. It’s the ideal getaway for families on a budget and for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

Distance from Sydney: 805km

Crops: Rice Planting, Rice Harvesting

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Rice Planting October, November
Rice Harvesting April, May
Hay

Narrabri

Cotton Grain Hay

Postcode: 2390

Narrabri is a town in the North West Slopes, New South Wales on the Namoi River. Near the spectacular wilderness of Mount Kaputar and the beautiful Namoi Valley, historic Narrabri is a great base for outdoor adventure.

Distance from Sydney: 527km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting September, October October
Cotton Picking March, April April
Grain October, November, December September
Hay & Silage September, October
Cotton Grain Hay

Narromine

Fruit Grain Hay Cotton

Postcode: 2821

The rural town of Narromine has a rich aviation heritage and the area is renowned for its fantastic thermals, which make it one of the world's best gliding locations. Located by the Macquarie River, in the Great Western Plains region of NSW, Narromine has a number of historic buildings, including four hotels which are over 110 years old.

Distance from Sydney: 435km

Crops: Citrus, Grain, Hay & Silage,

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Citrus January, February, June, July, August, October, November, December March, April, May
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Fruit Grain Hay Cotton

Orange

Fruit Vineyards

Postcode: 2800

Orange is a city in the Central Tablelands region of New South Wales. It Just 3.5 hours’ drive from Sydney and with easy access from much of NSW, Orange has a well-deserved reputation for producing food and wine, stunning landscapes and a fascinating history.

Distance from Sydney: 261km

Crops: Cherries, Grapes, Stonefruit

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cherries November, December
Grapes February, March, April, June, July, August
Stonefruit January, February, March, April May
Fruit Vineyards

Somersby

Fruit

Postcode: 2250

Somersby is a semi-rural locality of the Central Coast region of New South Wales. The ethereal Somersby Falls in the magnificent Brisbane Water National Park is a picturesque picnic area in a rainforest. The protected park is popular for bushwalking, cycling, kayaking and fishing. Bara Barang Aboriginal Tours will take you to ancient Aboriginal rock engravings for an immersive cultural experience.

Distance from Sydney: 87km

Crops: Avocados

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Avocados July, August, September, October May, June, November
Fruit

Tamworth

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2340

While tourists flock to the region in January for its world-famous country music festival, the Tamworth region in northeast NSW has a lot more to offer throughout the year. Explore the area's national parks, dams and waterfalls. Go on a horseriding trek and make the most of the wide open spaces and natural beauty.

Distance from Sydney: 407km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain September, October, November
Hay & Silage September, October
Grain Hay

Tocumwal

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2714

On the banks of the magnificent Murray River, this historic town entices with its raft of water sports, beautiful river beaches and aviation heritage. Part of The Murray region and surrounded by a stunning red gum forest, Tocumwal is ideal for fishing, camping, bird-watching, aerial adventures and relaxing by the river.

Distance from Sydney: 675km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage, Rice Planting, Rice Harvesting

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage October
Rice Planting October, November
Rice Harvesting April, May
Grain Hay

Tooleybuc

Fruit Vineyards Vegetables

Postcode: 2736

Popular for its riverside location, the area is also rich in industry from large-scale dry land cereal and livestock production, to small intensive horticulture, wineries and tourist businesses. It’s a vibrant community with plenty of attractions to explore, including the historic Tooleybuc Bridge built in 1925. The region has recently experienced significant growth through production of almond and pistachio nuts.

Distance from Sydney: 919km

Crops: Citrus, Grapes, Vegetables

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Citrus January, June, July, October, November, December May, August, September
Grapes February, March, April, June, July, August January, May
Vegetables January, February
Fruit Vineyards Vegetables

Trangie

Cotton Grain Hay

Postcode: 2823

Trangie is a town in the Orana region of New South Wales. Trangie is small rural service centre in the Macquarie Valley Irrigation Area. It is located on the Mitchell Highway between Narromine and Nyngan. Trangie is notable for its fine corner-block pubs and a townscape dominated by the Trangie silo - a testimony to the importance of wheat to district.

Distance from Sydney: 469km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting September, October October
Cotton Picking March, April April
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October
Cotton Grain Hay

Tumbarumba

Fruit

Postcode: 2653

Tumbarumba is a small town in New South Wales. With Australia’s highest peaks as a magnificent backdrop, the Tumbarumba region of the NSW Snowy Mountains is perfect for bushwalking, cycling, horse riding and fishing. Savour cool-climate wines and marvel at rugged high-country stockmen’s feats at country festivals and shows.

Distance from Sydney: 471km

Crops: Apples

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Apples March, April, May
Fruit

Tumut

Fruit

Postcode: 2720

Tumut is a town in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia, situated on the banks of the Tumut River. Tumut sits on the north-west foothills of the Snowy Mountains and is located on the traditional lands of the Wiradjuri, Wolgalu and Ngunnawal Aboriginal peoples.

Distance from Sydney: 411km

Crops: Apples

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Apples March, April, May
Fruit

Wagga Wagga

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2650

Wagga Wagga is a vibrant regional centre on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in the heart of the Riverina. With four distinct seasons, there’s always something new to explore. Discover the delicious food and wine scene, wonderful galleries, tranquil riverbank walks, gorgeous gardens and parks, and fascinating heritage.

Distance from Sydney: 459km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage October, November
Grain Hay

Walgett

Cotton Grain Hay

Postcode: 2832

Found near the junction of the Namoi River and Barwon River, the Outback NSW town of Walgett is full of history, tranquillity and adventure. A former paddle-steamer port, Walgett is the northern gateway to the Darling River Run, a fascinating journey that takes in stunning landscapes and rich history.

Distance from Sydney: 642km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting September, October
Cotton Picking March, April
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October October
Cotton Grain Hay

Warren

Cotton Grain Hay

Postcode: 2824

Warren is a town in the Orana Region of New South Wales. It is located on the Oxley Highway, 120 kilometres north west of Dubbo. It's a quiet town on the Macquarie River which promotes itself as the 'Wool and Cotton' capital.

Distance from Sydney: 505km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting September, October October
Cotton Picking March, April April, May
Grain October, November, December September
Hay & Silage September, October October
Cotton Grain Hay

Wee Waa

Cotton Grain

Postcode: 2388

Wee Waa is Australia's Cotton Capital and is located in the rich agricultural heartland of Lower Namoi Valley in North West New South Wales. A modern town, it has many recreational facilities, cafes and shops. Walk around the town and view its interesting architecture, including the Imperial Hotel, with its magnificent iron lace, the first three-storey structure to be built in the North West.

Distance from Sydney: 560km

Crops: Cotton Planting, Cotton Picking, Grain

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cotton Planting September, October
Cotton Picking March, April
Grain October, November, December
Cotton Grain

Wellington

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2820

With famous caves, colonial heritage, tranquil gardens and a beautiful lake, Wellington is perfect for explorers and adventurers of all ages. Enjoy bushwalking and mountain biking in the Mount Arthur Reserve and fun water sports on Lake Burrendong, which has a towering dam you can walk across.

Distance from Sydney: 361km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October
Grain Hay

West Wyalong

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2671

Explore gold rush heritage, take a dip in a mineral pool, follow walking and cycling trails, discover local art legends and have a drink in a country pub in the West Wyalong region of the beautiful Riverina. This picturesque town is at the crossroads of the Newell and Mid Western highways.

Distance from Sydney: 492km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October
Grain Hay

Yenda

Grain Hay

Postcode: 2681

Yenda is a small farming town 17 kilometres from Griffith. Home to Casella Wines, makers of the famous Yellow Tail label. Yarran and Berton Vineyards are two other local wineries that are open for tastings. Yenda is on the way to the beautiful Cocoparra National Park.

Distance from Sydney: 557km

Crops: Grain, Hay & Silage, Rice Planting, Rice Harvesting

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Grain October, November, December
Hay & Silage September, October
Rice Planting October, November
Rice Harvesting April, May
Grain Hay

Young

Fruit

Postcode: 2594

A handsome country town in a deep valley, Young offers the full urban experience, with comfy motels, B&Bs and self-catering accommodation as well as a central caravan park. Its award-winning cafes and boutiques are among grand 19th century buildings. The town shopping strip is surrounded by fine 20th century streetscapes with some gorgeous gardens.

Distance from Sydney: 374km

Crops: Cherries

Crop Peak Season Shoulder Season
Cherries November, December
Fruit
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