Defined by its nautical lifestyle, Gladstone is a far more eclectic place to live that its mainstay of being an industrial city may suggest.
Indeed, there is the Gladstone region’s economic prowess which is underpinned by its rich resources driving the local mining, energy and mineral processing industries. These industries are thriving and creating many employment opportunities, more so for engineers and technical professionals, for career advancement that should not be dismissed.
Work life aside, if you’re weighing up whether a career move to Gladstone is the right move, then you also need to consider what else the region has to offer when you clock off.
Situated on Queensland’s central coast, around a 6-to-7-hour drive north of Brisbane, Gladstone is the southern gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Expect all the modern amenities and services of a flourishing regional city including an airport and cruise ship port, all the while being in a tropical climate to enjoy the great outdoors.
With its natural harbour, marina, beautiful beaches and a speckling of reef islands, Gladstone is a water-enthusiast paradise. Swim, surf, fish, boat, dive, snorkel and a whole lot more to see and do when you hit the road. The region is packed with natural attractions, dining out and entertainment so your weekends and days off can be loaded with activities galore.
Not what you imagined?
The good news is we are currently working with clients who are on the lookout for skilled engineers looking to relocate to the region! Interested? Get in touch.
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