Progress your podiatry career with a job in one of the most beautiful regions in the world at Southwest Foot & Ankle Centre.

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Current Job Opportunities

Enjoy a fulfilling podiatry career in an incredible location surrounded by incredible people.

Southwest Foot & Ankle Centre is seeking podiatrists to join the experienced and friendly team in Western Australia. Enjoy flexible hours, a highly-competitive salary, and mentoring opportunities with our principal foot and ankle surgeon, Paul Armanasco. Our SW clinics in Bunbury, Australind and Vasse are just minutes from renowned beaches, surf spots, wineries and breweries. Guaranteed interview for certified podiatrists. International applicants are welcome.

Our Company Culture

At Southwest Foot and Ankle Centre, we pride ourselves on having a vibrant, dynamic, fun and supportive culture offering the highest level of foot and ankle care to our valued patients.

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The Benefits

At Southwest Foot and Ankle Centre, we aim to help our patients as much as possible, but we also pride ourselves on the ways in which we support our team:

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Our Location

With a job at our podiatry clinics, you’ll live and work in WA’s stunning southwest region. “Down South”, as Perth’s locals lovingly refer to it, boasts unique tours, attractions, events and incredible cultural experiences! See the official tourism websites:

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The cosmopolitan city of Bunbury is renowned for its wild but friendly bottlenose dolphins which you can meet at the shoreline or out in the bay aboard a dolphin watching and swimming tour. It’s also the setting of many maritime legends and the northern gateway to Australia’s South West – one of the most biodiverse regions on Earth, where world-class wine, pristine beaches and forests of timber giants can all be enjoyed in a single day.

Hitting the Kwinana Freeway and Forrest Highway south of Perth, you’ll be beside the blue waters of Koombana Bay in under two hours. Regular charter flights from Perth will get you to Bunbury in the blink of an eye. If the idea of arriving by sea appeals, Bunbury is also included in the summer itineraries of many Australian cruise packages.

To meet Bunbury’s friendliest locals, make a beeline for the Dolphin Discovery Centre. Here, on the shores of Koombana Bay, a dedicated interpretive centre and interaction zone allows visitors to encounter some of the 100 plus bottlenose dolphins who frequent its calm waters. Stand knee-deep in the shallows and wait for them to come to you, or join a tour for a viewing or swimming experience.

At nearby Mangrove Cove in the Leschenault Estuary, nature lovers can get a glimpse of what the coast looked like 20,000 years ago with a walkthrough of Western Australia’s southern-most mangroves.

Golfers can swing by one of three internationally-renowned courses and young families will find more animal encounters in the region’s wildlife parks.

In the nearby Ferguson Valley lies a veritable feast of award-winning wines, fresh produce, local crafts, dazzling spring wildflowers, beautiful tuart forests, meandering waterways and captivating historic country towns.

Those in search of dawn-to-dusk buzz should head for Bunbury’s ‘cappuccino strip’, waterside restaurants and the bright lights of the Entertainment Centre. Earning its reputation as a cultural hub, Bunbury’s event-filled calendar features opera, drama, comedy and the work of renowned Australian contemporary artists.

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With rolling vineyards set against a backdrop of breathtaking coastal and forest scenery, your next adventure is never far away. In a single day, you can relax with a glass of the region’s world-renowned wine, matched with local truffles and freshwater crayfish, and experience some of the natural treasures that make the South West one of the world’s 36 biodiversity hotspots. Watch humpback whales on their annual migration. Find hidden gems in ancient caves.


Australind is an aquatic paradise – a place virtually surrounded by water with the Brunswick and Collie Rivers to the east and south and the Leschenault Estuary to the west. It’s a great place for boating, sailing, windsurfing and fishing, that puts you within easy reach of an unforgettable encounter with wild dolphins.

Just 11 kilometres north of Bunbury, you can reach Australind in one and a half hours along the Forrest Highway south of Perth.

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