Collarenebri.

Collarenebri is a small remote town in north western NSW situated on the Barwon River approximately 75 kilometres northeast of Walgett.  A population of just 650, Collarenebri is renowned for its excellent fishing sites and water skiing areas.

Collarenebri is a small remote town in north western NSW situated on the Barwon River approximately 75 kilometres northeast of Walgett.  A population of just 650, Collarenebri is renowned for its excellent fishing sites and water skiing areas.

Collarenebri is an indigenous word of the Gamilaraay (galariinbaraay), meaning 'place of flowers' or 'eucalyptus blossoms'.   

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people made up 42.1% of the population.

There are opportunities to work as a GP in Collarenebri on a two-week-on, two-week-off or other flexible arrangement.

A short drive to Walgett airport offers regular flights to Dubbo Regional Airport  which allows you to transfer to flights to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Newcastle.  

From Sydney you can head to holiday at Bondi Beach, or fly to Newcastle and experience the pristine beaches of the mid-North Coast.  Fly to Brisbane and head to the Gold Coast, or enjoy international shopping in Melbourne. 

Collarenebri gives you the challenge of frontier practice with the convenience of accessing Australia's cosmopolitan centres.

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