TAS fruit picking

We can help you find fruit picking jobs in Tasmania. Use our guide to find where fruit picking jobs can be found by town or region at various times of the year.

To find out what casual jobs are available in a town, go to Jobsearch Harvest Jobs and use the Search the Harvest Trail search engine to find a job or town where fruit picking jobs are available.

Town Fruit picking by month / crop
Burnie All year – mixed vegetable production
Devonport All Year – mushrooms
Devonport January to December – vegetables
Huonville January to February – apricots
Ulverstone January to December – vegetables, potatoes
Ulverstone January to December – mushrooms
Ulverstone January to March – tomatoes
Berridale February-April
Bicheno February-May
Burnie saxw
Launceston February to May – apples
Tamar Valley February-May
Devonport March to May – apples
Huonville March to April – picking grapes
Huonville March to May – picking apples
Launceston March to May – grape picking
New Norfolk March to April – hop picking
New Norfolk March to April – grape picking
Richmond March to May – grape picking
Scottsdale March to April – Hops
Huonville June to August – pruning grapes and trees
New Norfolk June to July – grape pruning
Richmond June to July – grape pruning
Launceston July to August – grape pruning
New Norfolk October – stringing hops
Ulverstone October – stringing hops
Richmond November to January – seed vegetables
Burnie December to January – cherries
Derwent Valley December-January, March-April,
Devonport December to April – berry crops
Devonport December to January – stone fruit
Devonport December to January – cherries
Huonville December to February – cherries
Huonville December to May – strawberries
New Norfolk December & January – cherries
Richmond December to April – stone fruit – apricots, peaches, plums, cherries and apples