Online Resources

Got an idea you’d like to get off the ground? Started a business, but need some advice? Visit the Break O’Day Business Enterprise Centre for advice, guidance, mentorship and networking opportunities.

Information on Temporary Working Visas, and the Short Stay Specialist Visa is available here. To discuss work that maybe be available for visa holders contact Ward via

Libraries Tasmania can help you with reading, writing and maths for free. We can put you in touch, or visit St Helens library.

Jobs Tasmania partners with communities to remove barriers to employment, training and workforce participation.

Work45+ has been created in consultation with older Tasmanian jobs seekers, employers and job service providers. It has fantastic tips and information to help older job seekers to find employment and feel valued. It is for anyone aged over 45 looking for work by choice or necessity, and also for employers interested in the benefits of an age-diverse workplace.

Job Jumpstart contains all sorts of career advice and information for school-leavers, developed by the Australian Government.

myfuture is a one stop shop of career exploration information. The website includes tools to help you find out about what careers you may be suited to.

Volunteering Tasmania is a hub with all you need to know about the value of volunteering. There are a wide variety of opportunities on their ‘Find a Role’ page, both remote and in person.

Wellways to Recovery is a free community-based support service for Tasmanians experiencing mental health issues to set their own recovery goals and reach them.

Horizons, from Baptcare is a free, self-referral program, that supports people to develop tool, strategies and skills to manage and improve their mental health.