Citrus SA has renewed its calls for a quarantine-free travel bubble to be established between Australia and the Pacific Islands to help secure an affordable harvest workforce in the long term.
- Citrus SA renews its push for a quarantine-free travel bubble between Australia and the Pacific Islands
- The first planeload of Pacific Islander workers arrives in SA tomorrow to help with the citrus harvest
- The citrus body says this should secure enough labour but is expensive for growers
The organisation’s push follows the announcement of a Trans-Tasman bubble this week, that will allow quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia.
It also comes as the first planeload of 1,200 workers from the Pacific Islands will…