Where: Northwest Queensland, Australia
Who: Advertised on TAW
This job is available on a remote cattle station in North West Queensland where the work involves cattle mustering, fencing and general station work. Accommodation and meals will be provided.
Men are requested to apply as the work is physical and involves some heavy work. Applicants should have a good work ethic, not mind early starts, be versatile and willing to learn and preferably have a useful trade such as welding.
A personality able to cope well with isolation is essential as the cattle station is located in a remote area. There is no mobile phone coverage or pubs nearby but there is internet.
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