FOR THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS, GLITZ, GLAMOUR AND AWESOME BEACHES, THE GOLDIE HAS IT ALL
The Gold Coast lives up to its name offering the glitz and glamour of a bigger city, with a laidback, beachside vibe. The Gold Coast invites you to choose your own adventure, whether you’re looking to burn up the dance floor, spend all day at the beach or catch up with friends at a chilled-out beachside café, the options are endless! With easy access to both Brisbane and Byron Bay, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to weekend adventures!
WHY CHOOSE THE GOLD COAST?
The Gold Coast is perfect for you if you’re looking for a relaxed beachside lifestyle with all the modern conveniences of a bigger city. With an active nightlife scene, it’s the ideal place to party the night away and then soothe your soul with a dip in the ocean the next day. The Gold Coast is also popular with families, with great access to childcare as well as theme parks and beaches galore to keep them entertained.
The downside? It’s a popular summer holiday destination so you may have to compete with the crowds during the warmer months. Also, like much of Australia, it can be very hot and humid in summer.
Did you know that there is high demand for qualified healthcare staff on the Gold Coast? If you are a qualified Nurse or Assistant in Nursing from the UK or Ireland looking to relocate to the ‘Goldie’, we can help place you!
Our team can let you know more about this region and how you can get started. Our nurses tell us that it’s more relaxing working in Australia. The hours are kinder with 8-hour shifts being the norm, lower staff to patient ratios (1:4-6) and better pay.
If you choose the Gold Coast as your first home in Australia, you’ll be able to post some of these gems to your Instagram and make your friends and family back home jealous (who knows, this might get them planning a holiday to come and visit you sooner than you think).
- Warner Bros. Movie World
- Rainbow Bay
- Tallebudgera Creek
- Burleigh Beach
- Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
- Curtis Falls