Lily Tangat from Vanuatu is employed at LJM Produce, south of Perth, as part of the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme. After an initial adjustment period, she has come to enjoy the tranquility of the South West and working alongside workers from a host of other countries as well as making connections with the local community and developing skills to take back home.
At Burlington Berries, about 40 minutes from Launceston, Joao watches what appears to be a large mechanical dog making its way between rows of strawberries.
One year after the devastating floods in Lismore, the Fijian workers who supported emergency evacuation efforts after just 2 weeks in Australia are still living and working in the community, which they say now feels “like home”.
A group of 163 Fijian hospitality workers are employed at Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia’s Ayers Rock Resort in Yulara, Northern Territory, where they are learning about Australia’s First Nations cultures and making meaningful connections.
Australia's Red Centre is a vastly different environment to the blue waters of the Pacific, but one group of Fijians has embraced the change – moving to the outback to learn new skills and earn an income working at one of Australia’s most iconic locations.
Cynthia is a food and beverage attendant for Discovery Parks’ Kings Canyon Resort in the Northern Territory. She has been using the opportunity to learn new skills and earn an income.
A group of 24 ni-Vanuatu hospitality workers have swapped the Pacific ocean for the red cliffs of Kings Canyon in Australia's outback, embracing the opportunity to gain a new perspective on their industry.
Clifton joined the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme to help his family’s future, but an unexpected promotion has given him the skills to move in a new career direction.
Ni-Vanuatu hospitality workers Cynthia and Lillian have swapped the Pacific ocean for the red cliffs of Kings Canyon in Australia's outback, embracing the opportunity to gain a new perspective on their industry.
A group of Fijian Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme workers in Queensland have completed social media self-defence training, helping them recognise and respond to online scams and abuse so they can make the most of the platforms they use to communicate with family and friends back home.