The Northern region stretches from towering ancient cliffs and dusty red roads to some of South Australia’s most accessible seaside regions.
The Flinders Ranges and Mid North areas are renowned for their vast open spaces, and iconic landmarks across historic towns, and stone buildings.
Yorke Peninsula shipwrecks have made it a popular tourist attraction, especially for divers. Popular recreation activities include fishing, boating, surfing, swimming, camping, and bushwalking, which are attractive for families.
Eyre Peninsula is also home to a number of diverse landscapes – from uncrowded, pristine beaches and rugged clifftops, to the plains of the Nullarbor, the outback, and agricultural farmland.
These outer rural areas provide a diverse outback experience including opportunities to become a rural generalist. There are a wide range of medical practices and Aboriginal Medical Services are available in this area.