Some Aussie bosses are refusing to hire locals, choosing instead to exploit foreign workers on temporary visas by paying them a pittance.
Unhappy foreign workers, who work on a small strawberry farm north of Queensland, have been posting warnings online "in the hope that there will be no new victims".
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The Wamuran strawberry farm that's getting plenty of negative attention is run by Tony Tran and his wife May, employing seasonal labourers on working holiday visas.
According to the disgruntled workers on their farm Tran only pays them $0.90 for a kilogram of strawberries.
By law the minimum any Australian adult worker can earn is $16.37 per hour, so to make that minimum hourly rate, workers will have to pick roughly 18kg or 1000 strawberries every hour.
Foreign workers and backpackers contribute about $3 billion each year to the nation's economy. They often get jobs ahead of Australians because they are more vulnerable, don't know their rights, and therefore making them a cheaper form of labour.
They're also often paid in cash, with no tax or superannuation.
The Fair Work Ombudsman office investigates about one complaint every week.
"We'd be wanting to have a very close look at the strawberry farm arrangement because if the workers have been paid that amount, then it's a long way from a fair day's work for a fair day's pay," Natalie James from the Fair Work Ombudsman's office said.
The Tran couple are claiming their workers have all signed contracts agreeing to their pay rates.