Why work with us?

Boab Health Services is a value-based not-for-profit primary health care organisation servicing the Kimberley region.

At Boab Health Services, we are more than just a healthcare organisation; we are committed to making a profound and lasting difference in the Kimberley region. Our dedicated team of professionals strive to provide unparalleled care that is both professional and compassionate.

Our benefits package is not just a list of perks but a testament to our commitment to our employees’ well-being, growth, and fulfilment. If you are seeking to build a career filled with purpose and connection, we invite you to explore what Boab has to offer:

Employee Benefits*

Attractive Salary Packaging Options*

Salary packaging allows you to pay for certain personal expenses before income tax is calculated. So you pay less tax and have more money to spend.

Expenses you can claim to reduce your taxable income may include your rent or mortgage, meals and entertainment, income protection, professional memberships, financial services, relocation expenses, airport lounge memberships, self-education expenses, and other everyday living expenses.

As a not-for-profit, remote area primary health care organisation our salary sacrifice providers are able to offer you generous salary packaging options up to $30,000 depending on your circumstances. For more information visit AccessPay and see the information flyers below.

*terms & conditions apply.


Awards and Recognitions

Registered Charitable Organisation

Boab Health Services is an ISO 9001:2015 quality-certified organisation. We are accredited with the National Primary Health Care Standards and the National Mental Health Standards. 

Working in the Kimberley

The Kimberley region is Western Australia’s most northern region. The region is vast (424,517 km2), and about three times the size of England, twice the size of Victoria, or just slightly smaller than California.

With a population of around 34,000 people, Aboriginal people make up approximately 40% of the population. In remote communities, Aboriginal people often make up a much higher proportion (Census 2016).  About 84% of the land in the Kimberley region is determined native title land^. There are approximately 28 different Aboriginal language groups in the Kimberley*

Internationally recognised for its unique and dramatic landscape, the region includes spectacular waterfalls, rivers, gorges and beaches, and an astounding variety of wildlife. Attractions include world heritage listed Purnululu National Park and Mitchell Falls, the spectacular El Questro Wilderness Park and Broome’s Cable Beach.

Characterised by its distinct wet and dry seasons, the Kimberley experiences a sub-tropical climate. May to October is the dry season, and November to April is the wet season.  

Source:  www.rdr.wa.gov.au
* Ourlanguages.org.au

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