🚐 TRABAJAR Y VIAJAR A AUSTRALIA EN FURGONETA CAMPER working holiday visa

🚐 TRABAJAR Y VIAJAR A AUSTRALIA EN FURGONETA CAMPER working holiday visa


For those who are new to the channel im going to rewind a little My name is Lara and ive moved to australia with my partner Smail we have bought a van and converted it as cheaply as possible and now we are finally on the road ! with the intention of traveling and working all that we can for a full year in australia on a Working Holiday Visa one of the requirements for this working visa if you want to stay a second year you need to work a minimum 3 months in an agricultural job the most common one is fruit & veg picking and to do so we went to Carnavon A town, dont know how its considered a town, its tiny. and there you will find an abudancy of jobs depending on the season and old school style, we drove around in circles around the town knocking door to door asking if anyone needed help/job vacancy. we found a 2 week job picking & packing bananas and after we found a more stable job where we both worked 8 hours a day picking chilis aubergines and peppers but what we liked about Carnavon, was the ability to live like locals go fishing to a closed jetty where everyone jumps a 2 m wall to get there or go to the local horse races cuz even though this isnt really my cup of tea… but to be part of the experience, see how excited they get and see how all the farmers get all dolled up is pretty cool to watch. And to be honest, the beaches in carnavon, aint that bad guys! especially if you are living in a van its cool to rock up on the beach with spectacular views while you are eating warning: spending the night on the beach or sleeping inside your van is a no go. it says it everywhere in carnavon they dont permit camping so for the first few nights we actually free stealth camped in a rest area 20k from the town that we found using the app : WIKICAMPS an app which shows you all the free rest areas drinking water , showers etc we had the good fortune of finding a job which allowed us to park and live in the van in the back of their plantation. and miraculously we met a wonderful woman named DONNA. which was going 1 month on holidays and needed someone to take care of her doggies whilst away. this is more commonly known as pet sitting or house sitting. in the description i will leave links to various websites where you can find people who need these services and you can stay in their house for free in exchange. the good thing about living in a van is that we could do weekend getaways. yea yea, we were working all day long ( 2 jobs) but that doesnt mean you cant take advantage of your free time for your information, all the national parks on the west coast of australia. cost 13$aud per vehicle so it will be cheaper if you travel as a group or if you buy the monthly national park pass ( 60$) a good place to go for a day trip is the blow holes. which is about 1.5h away from Carnavon. It has some really cool beaches. and its cool to see the contrast between one beach and the other suposively you arent aloud camp for free but theres not a soul around at night. so if you park off any beach side road no one will say jack sh*t but make sure you wake up at the crack of dawn because the rangers start their patrol super early and you can get a sexy ass fine. but without a doubt, the nicest place to visit close to carnavon or if you are driving from Perth up north is Shark Bay whats cool about this place is that it has lots of sections it has a beach made entirely of shells really cool view points where you can see shark swim. and a quaint little down ( denham) even though there is free camping pretty much everywhere in these tourist spots they tend not to allow it. so you have 2 options 1. camp various km outside of shark bay in the designated free camping spots which you will find using the wikicamp or campermate apps or 2. pay for a campsite in shark bay there was one in Hamelin Pool which was only 11$aud (6.5) per person and this campsite was on the beach front and one last advice that i can give you, before you start your road trip is remember that Australia is very remote and they tend to take advantage of this fact. charging you literally double for filling up your gas tank. or double for groceries. so be prepared APOCALYPSE style. and this is where il leave it. in the next episode is where the real adventure begins when we start our road trip towards Exmouth. and where il give you all the travel tips i can think of to make your trip to Australia good cheap and cheerful