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Western Australia

Get a taste of the real Oz in Western Australia. This huge state (Australia's largest) covers almost a third of the country and is mostly made up of arid outback. If you're looking to live and work in authentic rural settings this is the location for you! Many backpackers choose to work in Western Australia and use it as a chance to save money to spend traveling the East Coast, or beyond.

What are the benefits of working in Western Australia?

Our Western Australia resorts are all in rural settings, and while they might not have the bustling atmosphere of the big cities, they are beautiful and peaceful. All our Western Australia resorts offer accommodation for staff, discounted meals and pay above the minimum and average wage. 

Check out our Western Australia resort locations:

Halls Creek

Halls Creek is in the north of Western Australia, in the East Kimberley region. It's super rural and remote, but located near to the Great Northern Highway which connects Perth in the south to the northernmost point Wyndham - so there is lots of road trip potential!

Halls Creek has a large Indiginous population, and is known particularly for it's Indiginous Australian rock art. It's also close to the beautiful Purnululu National Park and Wolfe Creek Crater - the second largest meteorite crater in the world.


Broome is famous for its 13 mile long white sand beach and dramatic coast line. A beach resort town in the tropical north of Western Australia, it's home to a wealth of wildlife including the black flying fox, red flying fox, megabats and waders.   

The pearling industry began in Broome, and is still a key draw for tourists to the area. Broome is proudly home to the oldest operating open-air cinema in the world, and is also known for its multitude of dinosaur fossils which can still be seen today at Gantheaume Point!


Situated between the Ngamoowalem Conservation Park, the Goomig Conservation Park, Barrbem Conservation Park and the Keep River National Park, Kununurra is the largest town in Western Australia north of Broome.

It's close proximity to so many areas of natural beauty means Kununurra is a great destination for tourists, and is well known for being the filming location for Baz Luhrmann's film Australia. Kununurra is also an important agricultural town and known for producing mangoes, melons, cotton, rice, safflower and Indian sandalwood. 

What jobs can I do?

  • Bar Staff
  • Commi Chef
  • Line Chef
  • Front Office Staff
  • Gardener
  • Groundskeeper
  • Housekeeping
  • Receptionist

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