Western Australia is an extraordinary destination. Occupying a third of our continent, it is Australia’s largest state with only a little over 2 million residents. That’s a whole lot of space and blue sky per person. WA is also home to the world’s only horizontal waterfalls, boasts the largest collection of spring wildflowers on earth and its capital city Perth has more sunny days per year than any other capital city in Australia.
Experience the grit of rugged outback mining towns or slow down on the tropical beaches of Broome and the north west coast. Explore the remote and stunning wilderness of the Kimberleys or travel through the world class wineries of Margaret River and spectacular surf beaches of the south west. This huge and diverse state extends a warm welcome and a memorable working and living experience for any doctor.
Western Australia has a total of ten metropolitan hospitals supported by a wide ranging network of country and rural hospitals and the Royal Flying Doctors service. Some of the more remote regions within WA provide real challenges to the delivery of modern health services which could equally deliver a bold and exciting locum experience like no other. As is typical of Australia, the quality of our hospitals is first class and may provide the opportunity to work in ground breaking medical research.
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