There seems to be a lack of information about working as an UberEats delivery partner on these forums. It would be interesting to hear from peoples experiences working as an UberEats delivery partner. Seems like most people on these forums work as an Uber driver. I've been delivery for UberEats in Perth on a bicycle for a few months, mainly as extra income to supplement my other casual jobs. I will mainly do morning to early afternoon and aim to make $50 a day whenever I have a free day in the week. Yes that is nothing, but everyone knows it pays peanuts, but at least it keeps some kind of income coming in when work is quiet. I try and take advantage of the 7-9am and 11am-13pm incentives. So generally I do 5-6 hours for $50 dollars and then I'll call it a day as I am usually fed up with it after a few hours. Sometimes I may do it in the evening if there are good incentives. Can't say it has been great experience, but it has given me some kind of extra income, but the hours of work you put into it and what you get out of it is pretty ridiculous. I'm not going to rush for anyone, I'm not going to race on the roads to get my delivery to the customer ASAP, I'll do it at a steady pace and safely. I did infact break my arm 2 months ago while on a delivery and that put me out of all my work for 6 weeks, so that was pretty ****! Anyway it would be great if other people could share their experiences. What kind of hours you do for how much money? Any good or bad experiences? Anything!? As it seems more and more people are going to be doing these kind of jobs and they should know what it is really like to do UberEats, or any kind of food delivery job that are becoming increasingly popular.