Swede Cutter (Boat Harbour/Table Cape).


Applications close: 1970-01-01

Location: Table Cape, Tasmania

Sorry! This job has expired.


The Benefits

  • Hourly rates of $26.73 p/h + Super (L1 Horticulture Award 2020)
  • Weekly pay
  • Long Service Leave entitlements
  • Workplace protections
  • Safe work systems and culture
  • Ongoing work
  • Large variety of farm and harvest options across the NW Coast


In return, we offer: 

  • Safe and positive working environment
  • Sedex & StaffSure certification and protection for you
  • Work with a great team of people
  • Ongoing work past the season for those who are committed and reliable
  • Witness breath-taking sunrises
  • Surround yourself with magnificent landforms and landscapes
  • Farm from some of the most productive soils in the world



  • Be a part of our iconic Farm Work Loop
  • Tasmania’s only horticultural labour hire specialists
  • 24/7 services and support
  • NWC’s top rated labour hire company
  • Weekly Pay: Enjoy the convenience of managing your finances with ease.
  • Ongoing Work: Stable employment for those who are committed and reliable.
  • Diverse Farming Opportunities: Broaden your experience across various harvests.
  • Stunning Tasmanian Landscapes: Work amidst breathtaking surroundings.

Culture at Left Field

We’re not just about work; we’re about working well. We cultivate a work environment that thrives on positivity, reliability, and motivation. Whether you’re a seasoned farmer, a local looking for a change, or a traveller on a working holiday, you’ll find a welcoming community here.


Are you ready for a unique experience in the fields of Tasmania? Apply now for the Corn Harvester role with Left Field and be part of a season that’s not just about work, but an adventure in one of Australia’s most beautiful landscapes. Your journey in agricultural excellence starts here!

Need Some Guidance?

If you’re new to the area or to the industry, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered with our Top Tips for Work, Transport & Accommodation in North West Tasmania.