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A3FARM
Your opportunity
to work in New Zealand!
Casual, Seasonal or Full-Time Work A3 FARM
Whether you are looking for casual work, seasonal work, or something more permanent, we have the right opportunity to suit your situation. We need workers to help with a range of jobs on farms. You don’t need any previous experience as training will be provided.


To be eligible to apply, you will need:

A valid New Zealand work visa
To be reasonably fit
To be a reliable employee
To be eager to learn new skills
A positive attitude and a great team worker
To be happy to work outdoors and sometimes work long hours

You will be provided with:

An hourly wage
Online training videos
Onsite practical training
Transport from Auckland City to the farm, and return each day

The process is simple: sign up below with your contact information, preference of work position, your availability and your valid New Zealand work visa. We’ll be in touch to walk you through the next steps!
Simple, right? So, what are you waiting for?

Come work with us


    I had a nice experience working for A3 Farm, planting Broccolis, Silverbeet, and lettuce! It was my first time working at a farm, and as I’ve lived my entire life in a big city I thought it would be hard for me to adapt, but I ended up enjoying every single minute there, especially the fact of being outdoor surrounded by nature, animals, and getting to know people from all over the world.

    Alessandra - STAFF

    If you work with a strong and awesome team, you work better.

    Vitor - STAFF

    I have been in New Zealand for a year and a half and working on the farm for 7 months. My current job on the farm is the job I liked the most here. Since I started working there, I discovered how much I enjoy being in contact with nature and how being outdoors changes my day. I never imagined working with something like this, but that is the idea of an exchange programme, doing things that we never imagined doing and that today we cannot live without. After you start working on a farm, you get to know the reality of the countryside and experience a simpler, nature-oriented life. On the farm I have the opportunity to learn English practicing with native speakers and have a cultural exchange with the locals. I made countless friendships there, friendships that I will carry for life.

    Giovanna - STAFF