Western NSW - Central Darling area

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Share your skills as an educator and be well rewarded and supported as you make a difference in one of the friendly communities of the Central Darling area of NSW.

For those seeking a great area of Australia to live in, the Central Darling Shire of NSW offers affordable housing, quality health and family services, sports and recreational facilities, a relaxed lifestyle and strong community connections.

Central Darling area communities are extremely welcoming with social and professional opportunities second to none. A number of excellent schools lie within the area, all providing great opportunities for educators to empower and engage students and work with new and emerging technologies.

If you would like to become part of a positive school environment, maximise your opportunity to make a real impact and learn new skills - make the Central Darling area your rewarding career destination.

Working at one of the schools in the area, you’ll not only enhance your career but you also could be eligible for a rural teacher incentive with a value of $25,000 to $30,000 per annum and more.

Towns include:

'We live out at Ivanhoe, which is a slow-paced community but very friendly. When we have family or friends over we usually take them to see Lake Mungo, which is really beautiful.'

Shannon.

Central Darling area

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Schools

Schools in the area offering incentives and benefits include:

Keeping connected

  • Check the availability of the NBN at your address here
  • ADSL
  • 3G & 4G Mobile Network

Benefits and incentives

Learn more about the specific financial benefits available across a range of rural and remote NSW destinations.

Be inspired

Hear from teachers who have chosen careers in rural and remote destinations.

FAQs

Get answers to your questions about teaching in rural and remote schools.

Contact us

Contact the Human Resources Policy and Compliance team via hrpolicy@det.nsw.edu.au for enquiries relating to the rural and remote benefits and incentives. Existing employees of the department can contact EdConnect on 1300 32 32 32 (select option 3) or log an online query.

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