Our 2023-2024 harvest is here. That means our freshly grown produce is on its way from our farms to tables across Australia.
Join our team, pick up a homegrown job on the land. Explore Australia. Learn valuable skills. Make lifelong friends. Put some extra cash in your pocket. And have plenty of memorable experiences while you do it.
It’s a season of plenty, and we want you to be a part of it.
From tropical rainforests to breathtaking coastal scenery, Costa Group farms are located in some of the most beautiful areas of the country. As Australia’s leading grower of fresh produce, Costa Group has welcomed hundreds of international workers over the years.
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At Costa, our people are central to ensuring we deliver the quality and service that we are committed to. By choosing to work with Costa, you become part of a team that is proud and passionate about growing healthy and nutritious premium produce. Costa is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of every person who enters a Costa site. We regularly run safety awareness campaigns, deliver training and strive for a workplace free from preventable injury or illness.
We offer a range of employee benefits including an Employee Assistance Program.
Our farms are located in regional and rural locations across Australia and include a mix of crops from tomato glasshouses, to indoor mushroom facilities, outdoor tree crops and berries (grown under polytunnels).
Explore job opportunities across Australia. Costa has farms in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania.
Join Costa Group, Australia’s leading fresh produce grower and marketer.
Australia is a large country and there can be long distances between regional locations. It is generally a good idea to have your own vehicle or share with a friend to get around. Costa does not provide transport or on-farm accommodation so you will also need to find a place to stay. There are lots of good websites to explore to find out about travelling in Australia.
The rewards make it all worthwhile.
Depending on the produce and the job, you may be paid an hourly rate or a piece rate. If you are paid a piece rate you will still be guaranteed a minimum hourly wage under the Horticulture Award.
As for the experience you’ll have, you can’t put a price on that.
In order to apply for a position with Costa in Australia you will need to be an Australian or New Zealand Citizen; or Permanent Resident; or have a valid visa which enables you to work while in the country. There are different visas available, depending on your circumstances.
At Costa, we’re constantly looking for more sustainable ways to make fresh, healthy food available for everyone.
Many come for the experience, others for a change of scene, some even turn a job at Costa into a fruitful career.
I love working here. There’s plenty of opportunities and you get to meet people from a whole lot of different cultures.
Yunita Nur Izzati – Ditta
Originally from Indonesia, Yunita Nur Izzati (Ditta) has been in Australia since January 2020 on a working holiday visa.
After arriving in Mareeba in Far North Queensland, Ditta began work with Costa in the Berry category, and then moved into the packing shed in Walkamin, on the Atherton Tablelands.