YOU'LL FEEL RIGHT AT HOME IN AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST STATE.
You love sunshine, beautiful beaches and the arts scene. You’re also up for exploring the best local places to eat and drink. And when the weekend comes, you’re straight out exploring Rottnest Island, Broome or taking a quick trip over to Bali.
WHY CHOOSE PERTH?
Perth is phenomenal. Known as the sunniest state in Australia, there are plenty of opportunities to hit up the gorgeous beaches that Perth is famous for. And the café culture, restaurants and nightlife are something you’ll definitely want to get into. If cute animals are your thing, you’ll want to pop over to Rottnest Island on the ferry – the quokkas are gorgeous and love a selfie (Google it, you won’t be disappointed).
The downside, because it’s an isolated city it can be expensive and takes longer to travel to other major cities, but there is more than enough to explore locally. It’s also quieter than Sydney or Melbourne and bands rarely tour to Perth, but this might be a positive if you’re looking for a more laidback lifestyle.
There are more than 80 hospitals under WA Health, meaning there are lots of opportunities to try something new. Have you considered trialling a specialisation? Now might be the time to give it a go. Our team can help 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 Perth as your starting point 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).
- Cottesloe Beach
- Swan Valley wineries
- Rottnest Island (Quokka selfie)
- Wolf Lane
- Crawley Boatshed (on the Swan River)
- The city skyline at sunset