Brisbane and Queensland

BrisbaneBrisbane and Queensland

Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia with a population of around 2 million. It is the capital of Queensland and situated in the south east corner of the state.

It is a well developed city with a quite a large business district and five office blocks over 200 m high.

It is has a humid sub-tropical climate and, as was seen early in 2011, when it rains, it really rains.

It’s a good place to live and has been popular with migrants from all over the world over the past few years. In some respects, Brisbane is probably the most ethnically mixed / multicultural city in Australia.

Industry wise, Brisbane is a big centre for business as it links in well with south east Asia . It has Australia’s third largest port, exporting the raw materials mined and food stuffs grown inland and importing  electrical and other consumer goods  from China and other countries in. Plus, it’s a major centre for IT. All in all a vibrant and growing city

Sunshine CoastFor doctors, Brisbane has been a popular destination and due to the DWS rules, the vacancies are limited to the outer areas of the city and more regional parts of Queensland.

Please contact me for more information on the jobs we have in Brisbane & Queensland: email: [email protected]  Tel: +44 (0)1483 763102

 

The service I received from both Paul in the UK and from Monique and Martina in Australia was excellent. Initially I mainly was in contact with Paul whilst I was getting organised with registration which he helped with. He was extremely patient in answering all my questions. When I first arrived in Newcastle I was really pleased that Martina came to meet me there whilst she was visiting New South Wales (despite being based in Melbourne) and took me to my practice to meet everyone. I found this particularly helpful as I moved out here on my own knowing no-one so I was grateful to meet a friendly face. I’ve been here 5 months now and its definitely been one of the best things I’ve ever done.
Dr S. G.