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    Depending where abouts in Australia you are, there are different companies that deal with helping students find work overseas, just like you.--Ali K 04:16, 4 March 2006 (UTC) I live in Canberra and I just want to drandom jobs, maybe help out at schools. You should have no problem finding work in a bar in England (like every other Australian here).