Calling all General Practitioners from the UK and New Zealand - Break free from the ordinary, venture beyond the familiar paths, and rediscover the untouched and slightly wild beauty of Western Australia. Immerse yourself in extraordinary marvels and awe-inspiring landscapes, where untamed nature and endless outdoor adventures await.
We are delighted to present exceptional opportunities for GP's from the UK or New Zealand, inviting you to share your expertise in Australia. Our support includes providing guidance on career pathways and assisting with relocation and visa procedures.
Western Australia (WA), the largest state in Australia, stretches across a vast expanse of land in the western part of the country. It is celebrated for its diverse landscapes, abundant natural resources, and unique cultural offerings.
Why Choose Western Australia?
Mesmerizing Landscapes: Western Australia boasts a diverse range of landscapes, from rugged coastlines to expansive deserts and ancient forests. The state is home to the famous Pinnacles Desert, the iconic Wave Rock, and the breathtaking beaches of the Margaret River region.
Capital City: Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, is renowned for its relaxed lifestyle, thriving arts scene, and picturesque location along the banks of the Swan River.
Mining and Resources: The state is a global leader in mining and resources, producing minerals like iron ore, gold, and diamonds. The mining industry plays a vital role in the state's economy.
Wine and Agriculture: Western Australia is home to some of Australia's most acclaimed wine regions, including the Margaret River and Swan Valley. The state's diverse climate and soil types support a wide variety of agricultural products.
Abundant Marine Life: Western Australia's coastline is known for its rich marine biodiversity. Ningaloo Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is renowned for its vibrant coral reefs and opportunities for snorkeling with whale sharks.
Outback Adventures: The state's vast interior includes the famous Kimberley region and the remote Pilbara, offering a unique outback experience with ancient rock formations, gorges, and Indigenous cultural sites.
Indigenous Culture: Western Australia boasts a rich Indigenous heritage, with many Aboriginal communities sharing their cultural traditions and stories. The state's Indigenous art and cultural centers offer insights into ancient cultures.
Adventure Activities: Outdoor enthusiasts can relish a wide range of activities, including surfing, hiking, camping, and 4WD adventures.
Wildlife: The state is home to unique wildlife, including quokkas on Rottnest Island, marsupials, and a variety of bird species. It's also known for its population of bottlenose dolphins in Monkey Mia.
Cultural Festivals: Western Australia hosts a variety of cultural festivals, including the Perth International Arts Festival and the Margaret River Gourmet Escape, celebrating arts, music, and culinary excellence.
Educational and Research Institutions: Western Australia is home to several universities and research institutions that contribute to advancements in various fields.
If you are prepared to take the next step in your career and embark on an exciting journey in Australia, we eagerly await your contact. Please submit your CV and a cover letter outlining your experience and motivation for the role.