The smallest state in Australia packs a punch full of beautiful landscapes, relaxed folk and wonderful hospitality, plus a haunting history of convict-era ruins. However you spend your time here, you’ll continue to be surprised and delighted at what this place has to offer… including that dream contract you’ve wanted!

We’re the top provider for staffing in Tasmania; it’s also a region NZ nurses are fond of exploring for its similar landscapes. Watch the eyes of Tassie facility staff light up when they hear an Affinity nurse is coming! Experienced and new nurses will always find a massive variety of jobs, to dip their toes or dive right into.

Flinders Island & King Island

A foodie’s paradise & adventurer’s delight

There’s a reason nurses return to these islands! Filled with a perfect blend of work and play, you can explore these stunning locations, then gorge on stunning local produce, 100% guilt-free! Surf and snorkel, hike and bike, munch on cheese and sip chardonnay, and chow down on seafood and steak!

Both hospitals are multipurpose facilities with aged care/acute patients & ED.  Having a full gamut of ED skills is the golden ticket, but fret not, opportunities with acute & aged care skills are available under certain situations!

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Fired up for refreshing swims

Home to the stunning Binalong Bay ‘Bay of Fires’, these regions make a ‘must-do bucket list location! There are endless sights to see with stunning beaches, caves, waterfalls and rainforests! Slurp on the local lobster and oysters while sipping on your favourite tipple, or feed your adrenaline with kayaking, diving or quad biking!

Have full ED skills? These facilities will love you. Even if you’re a nurse without Triage/Resus, you have the chance to experience what a rural health facility is like.

Hiker’s galore

Explorers, suit up! Hike up Mount Read, Montezuma Falls or head underground with a West Coast Wilderness Railway tour! For a change, Strahan is packed with shopping and eateries, plus knowledge about the convict past. Feel the sand in your toes at Granville Harbour & Trial Harbour nearby, accessed via the cosy town of Zeehan.

Nurses can choose between a multipurpose facility (Acute/ED/Aged) or Primary Health Centre. To work here, kit up with the full range of ED skills, including resus & triage, plus an up-to-date ALS.

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Hidden nooks to unmissable views

Three’s a crowd, and this trifecta of cities is sure to delight the senses. Visit quaint art galleries, well-kept antique stores, fresh vineyards, and one of the world’s biggest craft fairs! Tour the James Boag’s Beer Factory, or marvel at the infamous Cataract Gorge and Cradle Mountain.

By far, Launceston is the place to be for Junior ED RNs and alike, experienced or aspiring. Did we mention they have a resident dog too?! If you have Medical/Surgical/CCU and ICU skills under your belt, you can be on your way to land a position in ED, and a shiny addition to your CV!

The one-stop-shop for every foodie

The capital city that’s oh-so-pretty. Enjoy all the buzz, with less of the “busy”. Hobart is a magnet for those with a love of food, coffee, wine, art, and home to icons like MONA and the Salamanca Markets.

Time your visit for June and frolic in a winter wonderland. For warmer temperatures, enjoy a summer at Bruny Island’s beach and bays!

Hobart also boasts an array of opportunities like ED, theatre, medical/surgical, ICU and mental health. New opportunities can also be sourced, so share your preferences at any time!

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Opportunities galore for lovers of food & nature

What can you say about a region that has it all? Breweries, cideries, cafes and, wait for it… a chocolate factory and chocolate Winterfest! We’re drooling too… pack your stretchy pants and your social calendar for the ultimate foodie fantasy!

Day trips abound; Launceston, Devonport and Cradle Mountain to name but a few.

Both facilities get regular bookings for ED, medical & theatre, plus ‘pool-type’ roles. Want to diversify your CV? There’s opportunities to gain ED experience – for ICU nurses, you’ll get the chance to assist in other areas!

Photo credit: RNs Joe, Sarah & Jessica

What our nurses say about facilities


“The team has been very welcoming. I had my first experience in theatre and they were just delightful. Very helpful. They went out of their way to make it a good experience for me.”

– RM Jennie, Burnie

What our nurses say about their adventures

“I have been to Mount Wellington, Kingston Beach, Wineglass Bay, gone for walks along the wharf, to the Salamanca Markets, visited MONA and explored the best cafes with Affinity nurse Paula.

I am taken care of if there are any issues and Katherine has always gone above and beyond for me. Affinity is quick to respond and the rates are amazing!”

– RN Christine

What our nurses say about facilities



“The anaesthetic department was very welcoming and friendly, I felt supported and was made to feel very much part of the team. I couldn’t have wished for a better department for my first agency role.”


– RN Amalija, Hobart

What our nurses say about their adventures

“I have had the best experience. Absolutely amazing. The locals I have found to be equally as warm. There are so many beautiful places to visit right on your step. I wouldn’t change what I am doing now for anything. Magical times!”

– RN Rachelle

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