Best thing at CBH is the people - we have a huge range of knowledge and experience and are not short of a few characters! Glenn FeinelerSite Supervisor


Harvest - on farmEvery year, West Australian growers harvest their winter crops and deliver grain to CBH receival sites and ports across the state. To help store and handle the crop, the CBH Group take on up to 2,000 additional seasonal employees.

Trucks queuing at harvestHarvest starts and ends at different times across the state, with some areas commencing mid September and others not starting until November. The start date and length of harvest can vary from year to year based on the size of the crop and the weather. 

Harvest casuals - sample shedBeing part of harvest is a great experience where you work with a really diverse group of people, get to be part of the local farming community and earn really good wages.  But this doesn't come without challenges!  You may work in remote areas up to 100 kilometres from the nearest town, in the middle of summer the conditions are very hot and dry, you are working constantly in grain dust and the hours are long, up to 12 per day with two days off within a 14 day period.

So whether you are looking for a way to kick-start your career in agriculture, saving money for University or your next holiday, broadening your skill base or meeting new people - becoming a harvest casual may be the perfect opportunity for you.

Harvest information

Each harvest we recruit anywhere up to 2000 casuals to work on our receival points.



We believe that the best way to meet our purpose is to work as One CBH and live our values of commitment, courage and collaboration.



We offer a wide variety of benefits for our employees, from salary packaging and corporate discounts to health and wellness initiatives to employee awards.

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