Tourism Australia is offering what they call "The Best Job in the World." The job includes a $100,000 package and includes living expenses and wages. In 2009 they offered the competition for the job of Island Caretaker in Queensland and they got more than 80,000 applications in a few days, reported The Sun. Now, the jobs include six fantastic Australian positions including: Lifestyle Photographer, Chief Funster, Outback Adventurer, Park Ranger, Taste Master and Wildlife Caretaker.

The Sun reported that the Chief Funster position which is based in South Wales including reviewing events and festivals and being a "Sydney VIP."

To be a Taste Master, the lucky winner will get to travel around Western Australia and eat at bars and restaurants. The Wildlife Caretaker will hang out with kangaroons and swim with dolphins as part of their job.

As Park Ranger, one outdoorsy individual will have the chance to promote rainforest walks, protect the environment and learn about indigenous marine life.

Englishman Ben Southall won the 2009 slot. He said, "Unfortunately for me, my time is up, but luckily, for you, the Best Job in the World is back," to The Sun.

The campaign calls people between the ages of 18-30. Southall got to be an Island Caretaker whose job included hanging out on the Great Barrier Reef and swimming, snorkeling and hanging out with locals. Sounds like a pretty nice way to make $100,000.

"The campaign is particularly focused on countries where people are eligible for the Australian working holiday visa, including the U.K., Ireland, the U.S., Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Sweden, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan," reported TIME magazine.

The managing Director of Tourism Australia said to The Telegraph that he believes it will attract young people who are facing high unemployment rates.

 "For many young people, Australia's Working Holiday Maker visa programs provide the economic means to fund travel plans," he told the Telegraph.

We've...made it bigger and better by coming up with a competition which represents the very best of our country - our breathtaking landscapes and scenery, our unique nature and wildlife, great food and wine and, of course, our huge sense of fun," said McEvoy to The Sun.

Video applicants are accepted until April 10, then 150 people will be shortlisted for the position.

Interested adventurors can apply via the Australian Working Holiday Facebook Page.

See the official video below: