Warm up on the stunning Sunshine Coast!
On Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, there is an increasing need to fill permanent medical jobs to provide healthcare for a rapidly growing population as well as locum doctor jobs over the busy holiday months. People from different age-groups and backgrounds are moving to the Sunshine Coast to enjoy a relaxed, regional lifestyle by the sea – and GPs are required to ensure that families and individuals living in this thriving tourist town are healthy and happy, and living life to the fullest.
One Sunshine Coast area where GPs are currently in high-demand is Noosa, the iconic coastal region that features on so many Australian postcards. Noosa is famous for its beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts, boutique retailers, and relaxed sea-side atmosphere.
Whatever holiday beachside activity you are looking for, Noosa can provide. Noosa Groyne and Sunshine Beach are great spots for beginner and seasoned surfers; Noosa Spit is a dedicated dog beach; there’s good fishing at Sunrise Beach; and Noosa Main Beach is a very popular spot for those seeking a relaxing swim or paddle in the crystal clear, blue waters, or a stroll along the white sands. With its sheltered position, Noosa Main Beach is protected from high swells, meaning that the waters are smoother, and the crowds are smaller as the surfers are elsewhere. The main beach is conveniently close to the main shopping and dining drag in Noosa Heads (Hastings Street), where low-rise, elegant architecture blends seamlessly with the region’s stunning natural landscape, and holiday-makers can enjoy a wide range of designer shops, sophisticated restaurants, and casual cafes serving up fresh local produce. Nearby Noosaville is also a popular spot with visitors enjoying excellent shopping and dining, with plenty of multi-cultural eateries and retailers providing the area with a busy, vibrant atmosphere. Noosaville is also a very family-friendly spot, with a pleasant riverside setting and plenty of space and facilities for children’s play, barbecues, picnics, fishing, walking and cycling.
Noosa National Park and Noosa River are two further natural attractions in the area, with visitors from across Australia and the globe drawn to the lush greenery of the park, and serenity of the river. Tourists enjoy the walk from Noosa Main Beach to Noosa National Park, where they can look out across the water, possibly spotting dolphins or whales along the way. More spectacular, untouched natural scenery can be experienced from Noosa North Shore, which accesses heritage-listed Fraser Island and Great Sandy National Park, both teeming with native wildlife and vegetation – popular activities in these areas include camping, horseback riding, and 4WD adventuring.
If you’re looking for locum medical jobs or perhaps a permanent scene-change that will appeal to your love of surf, sun, and sand, call Ochre Recruitment today for a free access to all medical jobs in Australia, and seize the opportunity to live and work as a GP in one of Australia’s most famous and beautiful holiday destinations.