Why choose The 88th Day for your farm work?
Here at The 88th Day we ensure you complete your 88 days regional farm work without accumulating debt or wasting your precious time in Australia. Forget about the rumours and horror stories, for a small fee worth less than half a days work, we will put your mind at rest and get you started on your 88 day journey. Join fellow backpackers by filling in a submission form to be a member of The 88th Day, where you can leave the hard work up to us. Whether you’re on the 417 or 462 visa, our mission is to supply reliable farm work with hourly paid contracts that last for the minimum 88 days required.
What skills do we bring to you?
At The 88th Day we have first hand experience in completing the regional farm work, and have experienced the highs and lows that come with it. Sporadic and unreliable work schedules, combined with dealing with independent farmers in rural Australia without any outside support made the whole experience a rollercoaster. There were many enjoyable aspects of completing regional farm work, however they were outnumbered by numerous aggravating, confusing and stressful occasions on the road to 88 days. That’s why we want to make a difference! Sign up to The 88th Day and we will ensure you receive your second year visa with many more highs than lows!
The Job Search
We find jobs for you in South Australia
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Fill out our dedicated form
Wait for us to match you to the right job
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Once we have secured your position we will contact you
Pay our small service fee and the job is yours
Start Your Journey
We will send you through all the details of your 88 day journey
Contracts, details and directions for getting to work
James Knowles - Partner
“Since my graduation in Mathematics and Big Data Analysis from The University of Nottingham in 2015 I have been living and working in the backpacking industry. As well as seeing as much of the world as possible, much of my time has been spent in the rural farm lands of Australia. This experience has proven crucial when connecting backpackers to farmers, two very unfamiliar groups.”
Thomas Little - Partner
“Following graduation from The University of Nottingham with a Masters in Mechanical Engineering I have spent the majority of time living abroad, firstly in Canada and now Australia. It has been a journey of discovery, none more so than the many months spent travelling rural Australia both during and after completing my regional farm work. After experiencing 88 days of rural work first hand, James and I realised there was a difference to be made for backpackers in Australia, hence The 88th Day.”