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Nursing term contracts

  • Regional nursing contracts
  • Rural & remote nursing contracts
  • Short-term metropolitan nursing contracts
  • Long-term nursing contracts in all areas

Travel nursing jobs

  • Travel around Australia and pick up term contract positions in different cities & states

In-between contracts

  • Occasional casual shifts
  • Last-minute shifts
  • Advance shift bookings

Casual nursing in hospitals and aged care

  • Casual nursing shifts when contracts finish
  • Part-time nursing jobs in-between contracts
  • Transition to permanent roles if you wish

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Know all the pay rates


  • Pay rates displayed are casual base hourly rates only and exclude all casual loading, penalties and Superannuation.
  • Rates will depend on your year level, remoteness (see MMM notation above) and any additional qualifications you may have that are required for the role
  • Contracts are listed for ENs, RNs, Midwives

Where are the contracts?


  • Region displays the HHS (Hospital & Health Service in QLD); the Local Health District (LHD) for NSW of the Local Health Network (LHN) for VIC
  • Locations served are Queensland (QLD), New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria (VIC). uPaged is not yet used by healthcare facilities in other States or Territories (yet 🙂)

Things you should know


  • All information included in the Contracts list is the complete information currently available provided by the facility for the contract on offer
  • Contracts detail all inclusions offered by the healthcare facility
  • Please pay attention to the sections titled Additional Notes and Important Contract Requirements for details such as minimum or additional compliance requirements, and accommodation and travel concessions, if available. 

Know the Remoteness

The remoteness of the facility is determined by the Monash Modified Model (MMM) which classifies healthcare locations from 1 – 7  based on how remote they are. The MMM of a facility has a direct impact on the skills, experience, and qualifications of the nurse required to fill a vacancy, as well as the rate of pay on offer, incentives, benefits, and bonuses, including transport and accommodation. It’s fair to work on the basis that the more remote the location, the more extensive the experience and qualifications required, and the higher the rate of pay will be.

MM 1 – Metropolitan areas

Major cities which account for 70% of Australia’s population. (eg: St George Hospital, Sydney).

MM 2 – Regional centres

Inner and Outer Regional areas that are in, or within a 20km drive of a town with over 50,000 residents. For example: Ballarat, Mackay, Toowoomba, Kiama, Albury, Bunbury

MM 3 – Large rural towns

Inner and Outer Regional areas that are not MM 2 and are in, or within a 15km drive of a town between 15,000 to 50,000 residents. For example: Dubbo, Lismore, Yeppoon, Busselton.

MM 4 – Medium rural towns

Inner and Outer Regional areas that are not MM 2 or MM 3, and are in, or within a 10km drive of a town with between 5,000 to 15,000 residents. For example: Port Augusta, Charters Towers, Moree.

MM 5 – Small rural towns

All remaining Inner and Outer Regional areas. For example: Mount Buller, Moruya, Renmark, Condamine.

MM 6 – Remote communities

Remote mainland areas  AND remote islands less than 5kms offshore. For example: Cape Tribulation, Lightning Ridge, Alice Springs, Mallacoota, Port Hedland. Additionally, islands that have an MM 5 classification with a population of less than 1,000 without bridges to the mainland will now be classified as MM 6 for example: Bruny Island.

MM 7 – Very remote communities

Very remote areas. For example: Longreach, Coober Pedy, Thursday Island and all other remote island areas more than 5kms offshore.

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