Living in Western Australia
Western Australia – the ultimate lifestyle destination – offers white sandy beaches, minimal traffic congestion, with more sunny days than any other Australian state and an average yearly temperature of 28 degrees. Whether it’s taking a relaxing weekend trip to the Swan Valley or longer trips to the remote regions, an adventurous 4WD tour, sand-dunes or swimming with the whale-sharks on the pristine Ningaloo reef, you’re almost guaranteed there will be a blue sky overhead.
More than just an enviable climate and laid-back Aussie lifestyle, Perth offers one of the most buoyant markets in Australia and is the focal point for Resource & Mining, Energy, Oil & Gas and Construction projects. With financial investment of over $125bn on projects in 2010/11 our established business are seeing unlimited growth prospects.
WA offers its residents a unique and unparalleled way of life that is the envy of those who don’t live here.
This amazing region offers:
- Relaxed and friendly lifestyle
- Strong sense of community evident in Kimberley towns
- Rich and diverse cultural heritage
- Rewarding work environments or work experiences
- Pristine environment with little or no pollution
- Fantastic recreational experiences on offer including camping, fishing and four-wheel driving
Perth is a cosmopolitan city of approx 2 million people that is renowned for its easy-going atmosphere and outdoors lifestyle. It offers all the conveniences of a modern capital city while retaining the friendly lifestyle, more often associated with a smaller town. The CBD sits on the banks of the Swan River and is just 15 minutes from world famous white-sand beaches. A 2 hour drive can see you spending the weekend in the world-famous Margaret River wine region, enjoying fine food, internationally-acclaimed wine and some of Australia’s best surfing. Perth is a strikingly vibrant city that lies in Western Australia – the only place where you can dive with the world’s largest fish – the whale shark, walk amongst the tree tops of ancient trees, sleep under a canopy of stars in the outback, or explore the gorges and wilderness areas.
JobContax currently has a number of Construction and Engineering opportunities based in Western Australia. All jobs come with employer approved 457 visas.
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