Casual jobs for backpackers, holiday makers and students

Travelling in Australia is a lifechanging experience, and now you can embrace it without worrying how you’ll earn money along the way. Flexy offers an easy way for backpackers, holiday makers and students to earn fair pay rates, secure good working conditions and receive quick payment, without tying you into long term contracts and work commitments. 

Visa requirements

Visa requirements

When you join the Flexy community, our team will verify your right to work in Australia through a short onboarding process. If you aren’t an Australian citizen, you can verify your right to work by providing a copy of your non-Australian passport and Australian visa. Depending on your situation, experience, qualifications and how long you’re looking to stay in Australia, there are a range of visa options available, to enable you to work in Australia. Information on which visa option might best suit your needs is available through the Australian Federal Government Department of Home Affairs Immigration and Citizenship.

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Australian Tax

Australian tax

Once you’re part of our Flexy community, we pay the tax for jobs you work with us, so you don’t have to worry about calculating how much to pay. Although, to make it easier to navigate Australian Tax, here are a few simple things: The end of our tax year is 30 June. To earn income from an Australian source, like Flexy, you’ll need a Tax File Number (TFN) which you can apply for from the Australian Taxation Office. People on working holiday visas have special tax rates compared to people who are Australian residents for tax purposes. To access the lower tax rate, you simply need to declare you’re on an applicable working holiday visa when completing a Tax File Declaration Form when you start work. For more information, visit the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) website.

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Covid-19 travel updates

COVID-19 travel updates

Australia's federal, state and territory governments have introduced a range of measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. It’s important to be aware of how these measures will impact you if you’re planning to travel to and around Australia. For updates and information on travel in Australia please visit the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs COVID-19 and the border website.

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