Pilbara - Karratha

Vacancy Number: 1688


About the Role
  • Seeking a highly motivated graduate physiotherapist to join our team at Pilbara Physiotherapy.We have clinics in Karratha and Wickham and provide outreach to Tom Price, Onslow, Roebourne and Pannawonica.

    The Karratha practice is set up within a multidisciplinary super clinic with services focusing on musculoskeletal injuries and chronic disease management. As a graduate under our program you will also have the opportunity to treat patients in aged care, neurology, disability and mental health. Be supported by our team of 5 experienced physiotherapists and experience the great Australian outdoors with camping, fishing, boating, waterfalls and national parks on your doorstep.
Experience & Skills
  • AHPRA Registration as a physiotherapist
  • Relevant tertiary degree in Physiotherapy
  • APA membership
  • Musculoskeletal interests.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
What's on Offer
  • Competitive remuneration dependent upon skills and experience
  • Structured professional development program to support new graduates, including clinical pilates
  • Relocation and rent assistance is provided to eligible applicants
  • Modern facilitites including rehab room offering clinical pilates, on site exercise prescription, workplace evaluations, ergonomic assessment, manual handling and gym supervision
Practice Type Private Practice
Full Time / Part Time Full time
Map of Pilbara


The Pilbara is located about 1600 kilometres north of Perth, in the north-west region of Western Australia, with an area of around 500,000 square kilometres and a population of approximately 40,000 people. The primary towns are Karratha and Port Hedland on the coast, and Tom Price and Newman inland.

An area of rugged beauty, the Pilbara has a vast coastal plain, spectacular inland ranges and an arid desert region reaching into the centre of Australia. It is characterised by the rich red hues of its landscape, imparted by the abundance of natural riches in its reserves of iron ore. Mining and offshore oil and gas exploration have given rise to the Pilbara’s economic boom in recent years, drawing large numbers of people to the region on both a temporary and permanent basis.

It has a tropical, semi-desert climate with a mainly summer rainfall associated with thunderstorms. From October to April temperatures throughout the region generally exceed 32 degrees celsius every day, sometimes topping 40 degrees, particularly in inland areas.

There are approximately 46 doctors working in the region in various areas, including general practices, Aboriginal Medical Services, hospitals and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.