We offer construction labour hire throughout the Brisbane region.

Order online today and pay in 14 days. Hire General Labourers from $45.00 per hour. Min 4-hour shift applies.

Hire a General Labourer From $45.00 p/h.

Our Brisbane Labour Hire service is highly flexible.

Seamless Booking Process.

Simply tell us your requirements, and we’ll handle the rest. Our labour hire consultants will find the right person for you and allocate their shifts.

Next-Day Placement.

Need a general labourer? No problem! Order before 3:00 PM, and we’ll arrange for next-day placement, ensuring that your project stays on track.

Min. 4 hour shift.

Whether you need a labourer for a day, a week, or longer, we’ve got you covered. Our minimum booking period is just four hours.

Permanent Placement.

 If you wish to hire them as a full-time employee, you can do so by paying a one-time permanent placement fee of $5,000, and they are yours to keep.

Payment Options.

We offer two convenient options for payment. Clients can choose to pay by credit card at the time of booking or opt for a 14-day account.

Exceptional Speed.

We offer fast and efficient service. You can call us, request a callback or place your order online to experience our dedication to meeting your deadlines.

  • Moving Items

    Containers, warehouse, etc

  • Site Cleaning

    Residential or commercial.

  • Landscaping

    Foundations, pathways, etc.

  • Event Set Up

    Seating, stage set up, etc.

  • Shopfitting

    Set-up new or tear downs.

  • Truck Driving

    HC, HR, MR Drivers.

  • Carpentry

    Large or small jobs.

  • Electrical

    Wiring, alarms and more.

  • Machine Operating

    Forklift, Telehandlers.

  • Traffic Controlling

    Direct vehicles and pedestrians.

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Why Select Our
Construction Labour Hire Service?

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Local Workforce Hire recognises the challenges businesses encounter with fluctuating demand, open positions, and timing setbacks. We cater to all locations, offering high-quality affordable services that are delivered promptly.

Low Cost

As employers, we understand how important affordability is.

Quality Resourcing

We make no apologies for only registering good quality people. 

All Locations

We can assure our clients that we have the capacity to cover the entire region.

We Supply Construction Labour Hire Services
Throughout The Whole Of Brisbane.

For interstate employers seeking construction labour hire services, Local Workforce Hire offers expertise in Brisbane’s job market. If Brisbane is new to you, we’re here to reveal that there’s much more to this city beyond what’s reported in the news. Brisbane is the heart of Queensland, surrounded by a diverse collection of suburbs and regions, each with its own unique character and charm. Each of these areas offers a mix of residential, commercial, and natural spaces. These regions share a symbiotic relationship with Brisbane. The city provides a hub for employment, entertainment, and culture, drawing people in from the suburbs for work and leisure. Conversely, the suburbs offer quieter, more spacious living environments, often with green spaces and community-focused living, contributing to the overall quality of life for Brisbane’s residents. For further details on each region, please explore the information provided below.

Ipswich

Nestled to the west of Brisbane, Ipswich is a region steeped in rich history and cultural heritage, offering a unique blend of urban development and natural beauty. This area, known for its architectural marvels, includes heritage-listed buildings that tell tales of the past, alongside modern facilities that cater to the contemporary lifestyle. Ipswich is not just about its past; it’s a place where innovation meets tradition. The region boasts an array of outdoor adventures, from serene parks to challenging hiking trails, making it a haven for nature lovers and thrill-seekers alike. The Ipswich Art Gallery and the Workshops Rail Museum are cultural keystones, offering insights into local art, history, and the significance of the railway industry to the area’s development.

Redland

Found just to the south of Brisbane’s centre, the Redlands region offers a unique mix of coastal charm and suburban lifestyle. This area is well-known for many attractions and key locations. For example, Wellington Point is a favourite spot for picnics, water sports, and the famous walk to King Island at low tide. Other features that define Redland include its conservation areas like the North Stradbroke Island, which is one of the world’s largest sand islands, offering stunning beaches, lakes, and a rich Indigenous history. The city is also celebrated for its community-focused lifestyle, with numerous parks, cultural centres, and a strong commitment to preserving its unique environment. Its proximity to Moreton Bay means residents and visitors alike can enjoy boating and fishing, making it a haven for those who cherish outdoor activities.

Moreton Bay

Moreton Bay is a stunning coastal region in Queensland, Australia, renowned for its diverse natural landscapes and rich marine life. This expansive area serves as a gateway to an array of unique attractions and outdoor adventures. It is home to the serene North Stradbroke Island and the tranquil Moreton Island, both of which offer visitors a chance to escape into nature’s serenity. These islands are not only sanctuaries for wildlife but also provide some of the best spots for snorkelling and diving, especially around the shipwrecks teeming with aquatic life. The bay’s waters are a haven for dolphins, turtles, and even humpback whales during migration seasons, making it a prime location for wildlife enthusiasts. On land, the region boasts a mix of coastal villages and rural hinterlands, offering a blend of leisurely beach days and exploration of the bushland. Cultural heritage is palpable in Moreton Bay, with indigenous history deeply embedded in the landscape, providing an enriching experience for those keen to delve into Australia’s roots.

Woolloongabba

Woolloongabba, nestled in the heart of Brisbane, stands as a testament to the rich tapestry of Queensland’s history and its evolving contemporary landscape. This area, affectionately known as ‘The Gabba’ to locals, is a melting pot of culture, history, and sports enthusiasm, home to the iconic Brisbane Cricket Ground which pulses with the energy of international cricket and Australian Rules football matches. The precinct around the stadium has transformed into a bustling hub, where the old meets new in an eclectic mix of antique centres, boutique eateries, and stylish cafes. Woolloongabba’s heritage-listed buildings, such as the Princess Theatre, add a layer of historical charm, while its proximity to the Brisbane River offers scenic escapes amidst urban life. The suburb also serves as a critical junction for public transport, making it an accessible and enticing destination for both residents and visitors.

Red Hill

Nestled within Brisbane, Red Hill is a vibrant suburb that exudes a unique blend of heritage charm and contemporary living. Its hilly streets are lined with quaint Queenslander homes, offering picturesque views of the city skyline. A key feature of Red Hill is the Ithaca War Memorial Park, a tribute to local heroes and a serene spot for reflection amidst lush greenery. The suburb is also home to the Brisbane Broncos, with their training ground located at the Gilbert Park, adding a touch of sporting spirit to the area. Outdoor enthusiasts are drawn to the suburb’s bike paths and walking trails, especially those leading to the nearby Enoggera Reservoir, a popular spot for hiking, picnicking, and water activities.

Petrie Terrace

Petrie Terrace, a quaint yet dynamic precinct nestled on the outskirts of Brisbane’s city centre, offers a blend of historic charm and contemporary culture. This area, with its heritage-listed buildings and intimate, tree-lined streets, invites exploration and discovery. The Barracks, a stylish complex that was once a police depot, now houses cinemas, fine dining, and chic cafes, serving as a cultural hub for locals and visitors alike. The precinct is also home to Suncorp Stadium, a landmark for sports enthusiasts, hosting thrilling rugby and soccer matches that ignite the community spirit. Additionally, the locale’s proximity to Roma Street Parkland offers a serene escape into lush gardens and expansive green spaces, providing a perfect backdrop for leisurely walks or picnics.

Our Customer Promise.

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Our entire focus revolves around the customer. Our people, operations, pricing, and culture are centered on satisfying our clients. The client is both the beginning and the end of our purpose, and it’s a privilege to cater to their needs. We take no shortcuts, employ great staff, and prioritise quality in everything we do. Our success is built on our commitment to doing things the right way, without cutting corners. We offer our services at highly affordable rates and remain dedicated to fulfilling our promises. We warmly invite you to experience our exceptional service standards.

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