Farms and agricultural businesses in Victoria will welcome more than 100 international workers over the coming days to help manage this season's harvest.
The workers, from the Pacific Islands, arrived in the state on Friday after completing 14 days in hotel quarantine in Tasmania.
More workers will arrive in Victoria in the coming days as part of a planned, rolling schedule of arrivals which will get up to 1500 Pacific Islanders working in the state's farm sector.
"This is a great example of what can be achieved when governments, industry and employers work together for the greater good of agriculture," Victorian Agriculture Minister Mary-Anne Thomas said in a statement on Friday.
"Our Pacific neighbours will be warmly welcomed on our farms from next week and will join local workers across the state as the harvest continues."
The Victorian government thanked the workers for their "commitment and valuable contribution" to the state.
Tasmania said it had worked side-by-side with its agricultural industry and other jurisdictions to minimise the impacts of the pandemic.
"We're working with industry to ensure our fruit is picked, our vegetables harvested, our meat is processed and our grapes are crushed this season, and in future seasons," Tasmanian Primary Industries Minister Guy Barnett said.
The deal was needed after Victoria forbid international flights from landing nearly two months ago.
That was in response to a hotel quarantine worker contracting the UK strain of coronavirus from travellers in a Holiday Inn near Melbourne Airport.
Overseas flights are due to resume landing in Melbourne on Thursday.