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Bali Beaches & Paid Work in Australia

Up to 12 months from $2,099 (was $2,297)

$97 Deposit

Enjoy blissful beach life and earn cash Down Under!

Relax on beautiful beaches
Find paid work Down Under
12 months' job support
Group size: Avg 15

Trip Highlights

  • Soak up the sun on glorious Indonesian beaches
  • See wonderful wildlife in Bali: Spot dolphins and meet cheeky monkeys!
  • Get to know local children during a visit to a community school
  • Explore Sydney’s harbour and beaches in your first week in Australia
  • Enjoy the support of our fantastic in-country jobs team who’ll set you up with everything you need to find fantastic paid work
  • Earn AUD18-25 per hour Down Under

Trip Summary

Discover the delights of beautiful Bali and earn serious Aussie dollars on this fantastic combo experience! Begin your travel adventures with one or two weeks of beach paradise in Bali. Learn to surf on secluded beaches, meet cheeky monkeys in lush forests, interact with the local community, and much more. Then hop across to Australia and begin an epic working holiday that could last up to 12 months! Get to know Sydney with a week of orientation activities and then find a well-paid job with the help of our specialist jobs team. Earn money and have fun!

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Bali Beaches - Choose from 8 or 13 days

For this section of the trip you can choose from the 8-day Bali Beaches or the extended 13 day trip which takes you to Lombok too. Please note the Lombok extension is available on selected dates only. 

Day 1: Welcome to Canggu!

Arrive in Bali. You will be met at the airport and transferred to your accommodation in Canggu. Chill out after your flight and explore the local area. We’ll all meet and get to know each other tonight at a welcome dinner and drinks.

Day 2: Uluwatu Temple, Surfing & Beach Life

This morning we’ll visit Uluwata Temple en route to the beach for an included surf lesson. Learn to ride the waves like a pro and then chill out on the white sandy beaches.

Day 3: Tanah Lot Temple and Monkey Forest

We’ll visit Tanah Lot Temple today, an exquisitely beautiful and photogenic temple perched on a rock formation overlooking the sea. We'll then journey into the heart of Bali today, stopping off for a quick waterfall swim. We’ll arrive at Monkey Forest and see some cheeky monkeys up close, before enjoying some free time in Ubud to relax and explore.

Day 4: Community Visit and Tegenungan Waterfalls

Today we'll be visiting a local primary school, where we'll be spending some time in class talking to the children - your heart will be melted by beaming smiles! Later on, we'll be heading to the amazing natural Tegenungan Waterfall for a refreshing dip to round off today's adventures. 

Day 5: Coffee and Rice, Ubud

This morning we'll head to a nearby coffee plantation to learn how the most expensive coffee in the world is made. We’ll enjoy lunch overlooking an active volcano and then explore Ubud’s iconic emerald rice terraces.

Day 6: Gili Trawangan

We’ll cross over to the gorgeous Gili islands by boat and settle into our accommodation. Tonight, a party on the beach!

Day 7: Island Hopping

Enjoy a dreamy day of island hopping and snorkelling. Explore colourful coral reefs and get up close to enchanting underwater wildlife. Tonight, we’ll enjoy a group dinner and party.

Day 8: 8 day trip ends / 13 day trip travels on

If you are travelling on the 8-day tour, your trip ends today. Head to Denpasar and fly out this evening. If you are travelling on the 13-day tour, enjoy some free time chilling out before getting stuck in to a traditional Indonesian cooking class and tucking into your delicious creations. 

Day 9: Kuta Lombok

Today, we’ll journey on to Kuta Lombok, where we’ll meet a local Sasak tribe and learn about their traditional ways of life. We may even learn how to make sarongs! After saying goodbye to the tribe, we’ll head to our accommodation for an evening yoga class and some relaxation time.

Day 10: Sun, Sea & Surfing

Today is dedicated to blissful beaches, as we cruise from Mawun Beach to Selong Belanak Beach. Hit the waves again with a second included surf lesson and then drink in incredible panoramic views from a nearby viewpoint.

Day 11: Lovina

Leave Lombok behind and travel to northern Bali. Rest up at your accommodation and then enjoy a night out with the group.

Day 12: Underwater Wildlife

A wonderful day of wildlife today! First, a dolphin-spotting boat trip. Then, we’ll slip beneath the surface during a snorkelling session. This afternoon, soak your muscles in the local hot springs, before enjoying a refreshing dip in the some local secret waterfalls.

Day 13: Farewell

Journey back to Kuta, where this tour ends. Time to head to Australia for your fantastic paid work package!

Please note: Depending on start dates, there may be a few days in between the end of your Bali Beaches trip and the beginning of your Paid Work in Australia programme. You will need to arrange your own accommodation for these days. Please speak to a travel advisor for more information.

Paid Work in Australia - Up to 12 months

Day 1: Paid Work in Australia. Welcome to Sydney!

A member of the local team will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your accommodation.Spend the rest of the day relaxing and meeting the rest of your group.

Day 2: Orientation & Jet Boating

This morning you’ll meet with the local team for an orientation session. Find out about the local area and the job hunting process. Then, head out to Sydney Harbour with your group for an awesome jet boating experience!

Day 3: Bondi Beach

Beach bliss is on the agenda today. Stroll along the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk and discover underwater worlds with a spot of secluded snorkelling. Tonight, tuck into a traditional Aussie Barbie on the beach.

Day 4: Sydney Harbour

You’ll meet the local team this morning to find out about travelling around Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia. This afternoon, enjoy a private cruise around Sydney Harbour.

Day 5: Port Stephens

Journey north out of the city for an included surf lesson (you’ll be a pro by now!). Tonight, enjoy a BBQ and bonfire before spending the night in one of our gorgeous bush bungalows.

Please note: In the winter months (June, July, and August), we'll go on a brewery tour in Port Stephens rather than stopping for a surf lesson.

Day 6: Sand boarding & dolphin watching

Get up close to some wild kangaroos and koalas this morning before experiencing the thrill of sandboarding down a gigantic sand dune! This afternoon, we’ll climb aboard a dolphin cruise and keep our eyes peeled for these majestic creatures.

Day 7-8: Get Job Ready!

The next two days are devoted to getting ready for paid work. Meet the local team to discuss long-term accommodation, attend a work advice seminar and get signed up to the jobs board where hundreds of fantastic jobs are posted. On the evening of day 8, enjoy dinner at an incredible revolving restaurant.

Day 9: Your job hunt begins!

Time to begin your job hunt! Find new accommodation or extend your stay at the hostel and start arranging interviews!


Once your orientation week is over, you’ll enjoy 12 months of jobs support in Australia. The local team will set you up on the online jobs board, and sort you out with a tax number, Australian bank account, and Medicare membership. They’ll also help put you forward for jobs, give you advice and a bit of interview coaching! Even after all this initial help, you’ll still have the team’s complete support, so you can drop in on them anytime to ask their advice, give them a bell if you’re unsure about anything, or simply pop by to say hi!

There are loads of jobs available in Australia, including work in the following industries:

Hospitality / Au Pair / Farm Work / Labour and Construction / Office Work

When you’re looking for work, try to be open-minded – the point of a working holiday is to fund your travels, not focus on a career, and while your experience in Australia will look great on your CV, the emphasis on this programme is fun and is an opportunity for you to experience something different to the norm. Do remember you need to be able to dedicate your time and attention to the work you’re applying for – these are real companies paying real money for you to do a job, so you will need to commit to the workload you’re being offered. Above all, enjoy yourself – this is an experience you will recount throughout the rest of your life.

Please note activities and itineraries are subject to change.



  • Arrival airport transfer
  • 7 or 12 nights’ twin-share accommodation
  • Breakfast every day
  • Visit to Tanah Lot temple
  • Surf lesson
  • Visit to Uluwatu temple
  • Tegenungan Waterfall visit
  • Trip to Monkey Forest
  • Local primary school visit
  • Coffee plantation visit
  • Gili Islands boat trip
  • Bike ride
  • Beach party
  • Snorkelling
  • Experienced tour leader
  • Sasak tribe visit (13-day trip only)
  • Yoga class (13-day trip only)
  • Surf lesson (13-day trip only)
  • Dolphin watching and Snorkelling (13-day trip only)
  • Hot springs experience (13-day trip only)
  • Cooking class (13-day trip only)
  • Excursion to local waterfall (13-day trip only)
  • 24/7 emergency support


  • Personal meet and greet at Sydney Airport
  • Arrival transfer
  • 8 nights’ accommodation in Sydney
  • Orientation week activities: Jet boating in Sydney Harbour, Private Sydney Harbour cruise, Bondi Beach to Coogee coastal walk and snorkelling, Surfing lesson near Port Stephens, Dolphin boat trip at Port Stephens, Farewell dinner at revolving restaurant in Sydney
  • Full orientation sessions: Help and advice for preparing to live and work in Australia from our personal work and travel experts, and assistance from our expert jobs team to perfect your CV and line up interviews for you
  • Australian bank account set up, tax file number, Medicare card, and Aussie SIM card
  • 12 months online Oz Jobs access
  • 12 months job support and advice from local team
  • Free Wifi
  • BBQ on days 3 and 5, and lunch on day 6
  • Help with onward travel
  • 24/7 emergency support

  • Flights
  • Indonesia Visa
  • Australia Working Holiday Visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Meals and drinks, unless otherwise stated
  • Optional activities
  • Return transfers


Bali Beaches

7 or 12 nights of accommodation are included on this group trip. You will mainly stay in twin-share, same-sex hotel rooms. Each hotel has air conditioning and a swimming pool – perfect for cooling off in the Indonesian heat! Breakfasts are provided. The rest of your meals are at your own cost.

Paid Work in Australia

8 nights of accommodation at a lively backpacker hostel in Sydney are included on this section of the trip. You will then need to find long-term accommodation for the rest of your time in Australia. Most travellers either extend their stay at the hostel or move into a house-share with the people they have met on their first week. Our team in Sydney will be able to give you all the help and advice you need to arrange accommodation following your first eight nights.

Please note: Depending on start dates, there may be a few days in between the end of your Bali Beaches trip and the beginning of your Paid Work in Australia programme. You will need to arrange your own accommodation for these days. Please speak to a travel advisor for more information.



You will need to arrange flights to arrive at Denpasar International Airport (DPS) (also known as Ngurah Rai International Airport), for the first day of your trip. You will be greeted at the airport and taken to your accommodation.

Please arrange your return flight to depart after 8pm on the last day of your trip, or stay in Bali for an extra night, to allow time to travel Denpasar, which your tour guide can help you arrange. For both options, we can help you find accommodation if you’d like to stay in Bali an extra night.


From Denpasar, you'll need to fly to Sydney International Airport (SYD) to arrive in time for the first day of your programme start date. You’ll be met at the airport and taken you to your accommodation in the centre of Sydney.

You’ll need to obtain a Working Holiday Visa to work in Australia, please ensure you have applied for the correct visa before travelling.

Please note: There may be a few days between your programmes. You will need to arrange your own accommodation for this. You will also need to organise your own flights between the three destinations. Our flights team can provide some competitively priced options.


The minimum age to join this trip is 18 years old. Due to Australian Working Holiday Visa regulations, the maximum age for this trip is 30 years old.


Nationals of the EU, USA, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand don't require a visa to enter Bali, as long as you hold a valid passport (and a valid return ticket), you will be able to stay in Bali as a tourist for a period of up to 30 days. You should also ensure that your passport will still be in date for six months after your return.

All visitors to Australia (except New Zealand residents) will require a visa or Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) to enter: these must be obtained before departing. If you're planning on taking paid work whilst in Australia you'll need a Working Holiday Visa. Both types of visa can be applied for online.

All visa information is subject to change and you should consult the nearest High Commission or Embassy for the most up to date information.

Is It Okay To Travel Alone?

Yes! In fact, most of our customers travel alone! A combo trip like this, which includes a group and guide, is a great way to meet new people and have fun!

How Do I Apply For A Working Holiday Visa?

To ensure your booking experience is as fuss free as possible, we can sort out your Working Holiday Visa for you at an additional cost. The application is subject to certain conditions. Please contact us if you’d like us to arrange your Working Holiday Visa for you!

How Much Can I Expect To Earn In Australia?

The most common backpacker work in Australia pays around $18-25 AUD per hour. Of course, this will vary depending on the type of work you’re doing, as well as your experience and location.

How Much Should I Expect To Pay For Rent?

Usually, travellers will stay in a hostel, a shared room in an apartment or a private room in a shared apartment. Rent will range from $150-$250 AUD per week, and of course this varies depending on the type of accommodation and the area in which it is situated.


Due to Covid-19, many of our partners and suppliers across the globe are putting in place new procedures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will adapt and change as the state of travel evolves, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some changes that you may experience on our trips are:

Updated safety & hygiene procedures
Health and safety measures will be adapted by our partners and suppliers, dependent on local laws and restrictions.

Different transport & accommodation
You may find yourself on transport or in accommodation that would not typically be used, such as hostels that are more secluded, or on more private transport. This may vary by trip, or even by individual departure dates.

Arrival meetings
Most trips include a meeting on arrival with the guide or local team to discuss the trip, and this is an opportunity for you to ask any questions. You should arrive in time to attend these briefings.

Emergency support 24/7
We have a UK based 24/7 emergency phone line if you have a genuine urgent matter that you need attending.

Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
We can help answer any questions or concerns you may have before you depart. Whilst travelling the guide or local team on our trips are there to help, and to ensure the smooth running of our trips.

Medical care
Should you require medical assistance whilst travelling, the local team or guide will be able to help you get to a point of care. Medical facilities and standards can vary across the glove, so you should ensure you have adequate travel insurance in place.

Varying group sizes
To begin with, many trips will run with amended group sizes, so you may find smaller groups than would be typical. This may vary by trip, or even by individual departure dates.

Whilst there may be changes on our trips, it is vital that you make travelling safer for yourself, your travel companions, the local staff and guides, and the people of the country you are visiting. You should follow all local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. In addition, you can help make travel safer by bringing and using your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where appropriate, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when coughing or sneezing.


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