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Opportunities. Lifestyle. TRAVEL. Vegemite? 

Experience a world of new things while staying on track in your career with a working holiday. You can be a nurse by day and stargaze in the outback by night. Or how about taking a road trip by day and nursing by night? As an agency nurse, you get to decide.

Meet new people. Try new things. And live your best nursing life down under. We have branches across the country so you can really make the most of your time here. Work in different cities at leading facilities with support from Australia’s most trusted nursing agency.

If you've completed your nursing qualification and have at least a year's experience under your belt this could be your option. One thing you should know, time is of the essence. To apply for a Working Holiday Visa if you're a UK citizen you need to be between the ages of 18-30 and for our Irish friends up to 35. For more information regarding this visa visit

Hear from Emma

After fulfilling a childhood dream of visiting Australia, Emma is loving the outdoorsy lifestyle and weather Australia is famous for, as well as all the new learning opportunities nursing down under has to offer. 

classic straya!

Kanagroos. Koalas. Platypus. Animals in Australia are pretty unique, and so too are some of the country's quirks! If it's your first time in the land down under, some behaviours and sayings may come as a surprise. Our international nurses tell us about what they noticed first when arriving here!!

Fit the brief?

So, what are you waiting for? Download our free e-guide now to get filled in on all things nursing down under and get in touch with our expert International Recruitment Team today to get started.


Time flies when you’re having fun. Contact our friendly team to find out about how you might be able to extend your stay in Australia.

“Nursing in Australia is everything and more than what people had told me it would be. Better pay, better hours, better support, better patient loads. Especially doing agency nursing!”

Rachel Spillane, Registered Nurse