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General Practitioner - Skin Cancer Mareeba

  • : Health Workforce Queensland
  • : 06-Jul-2018
  • : Mareeba QLD 4880

Town Information


A multi-cultural district rich in wildlife, museums, coffee and wine, with clear blue skies perfect for flying, Mareeba has a history going back to the gold mining days, and a strong sense of community spirit which sees support for traditional outback sports such as the famous annual Mareeba Rodeo.
Over 70% of Australia's coffee crop is grown here and you can taste and buy at a number of local coffee roasters and coffee plantations. At the Coffee Works at Mareeba, follow the story of coffee from plant to cup and visit Coffee World, an antiquities museum housing a world class collection of coffee and tea memorabilia. Visit Australia's oldest coffee plantation at Skybury, and enjoy a cup of their trademark coffee while taking in the unforgettable view from their cafe - Skybury Farmgate. For something a little different, why not sip specially created house blends at Jaques Australian Coffee Plantation, an established estate where you can also take a plantation tour (or even a scenic flight in a microlight!). Fruit wines are another specialty of the Mareeba region. The Golden Pride Winery will introduce you to the delights of mango with their range which includes sparkling wine, port and liqueurs and is widely available throughout the region. At de Brueys Boutique Winery, taste the fabulous fermentations of lychee, mango, jaboticaba, bush cherry, mulberry, passionfruit and star apple.
The Mareeba region is acknowledged by birding experts as the richest region for birdlife in Australia. Nearly half of Australia's 750 bird species can be found here, and birders have recorded over 300 species within a 15km radius of nearby Mt Molloy. The Mareeba Tropical Savanna and Wetland Reserve is a regionally significant Brolga and Sarus Crane roost, and has established a captive breeding and re-introduction program for the jewel-like Gouldian Finch. The best wildlife watching is during the Reserve Twilight Safari, and the best experience is to stay overnight at Jabiru Safari Lodge.


Practice information


Our practice is a solo practice but has outgrown the one Doctor. We are booked out 3-4 months ahead and are unable to see patients at the time of Doctor's leave.


Our practice is set up very comfortably and has potential to expand.

 

After Hours

No after hours requirements unless requested by applying doctor.

Candidate profile

Full AHPRA registration

Doctor specialized in Skin Cancer Medicine.

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General Practitioner - Skin Cancer Mareeba
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1905
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Mareeba QLD 4880
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