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What do nurses earn?

Date of Posting: 18-10-2010
 
UPDATED: 7th January 2014

State-by-state variations in wage agreements and classifications makes specifying salaries for nurses a challenging process.

The table provided below is a guide to salaries for nurses across Australia and at various career levels.  It is however impossible to provide a comprehensive table of this nature which covers every possible nurse role across the country.  Therefore it is important to emphasise that this is only a guide and that any prospective nurse should check with their Human Resources contact or the relevant Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation body for more specific information.  This guide also does not take into consideration factors such as: working conditions, nurse to patient ratios, over-time allowance, salary packaging provisions, agency
rates, nor any other allowances.

A range of links and resources are provided below to assist in determining the pay and conditions for nurses and midwives in Australia.

Australian State-by-State Nurse Salary Guide (public system) Annual Base Salaries




Other Resources:

ACT Nursing & Midwifery Wages Agreement (refer to page 132 for a summary of base wages)

NT Nursing Wage Rates

Aged Care Award 2010

NSW Public Health System Nurses and Midwives Award 2011

Victorian Nurses and Midwives Enterprise Agreement 2012 – 2016

Queensland Nurse Pay Rates

South Australia Nursing & Midwifery Enterprise Agreement 2010

Western Australia Nurses & Midwives Wages Summary

The Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation
 
 
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