Grey nomads are trying their hand at seasonal work in North Queensland’s cane fields | ABC News

Grey nomads are trying their hand at seasonal work in north queensland's cane fields | abc news

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With farms struggling to attract permanent, part-time and seasonal workers, local growers and nomadic travellers agree both sectors reap the benefits of the unique working arrangement.

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