UPDATE: We have moved

We’re thrilled to share some exciting news with you – Interactive Resources Pty Ltd has moved to a new location at 14/104 Gympie Road, Strathpine, QLD 4500. This move is in response to the growing demand for our services in the Australian Aged Care and Disability Industry.

Our new, strategically chosen space allows us to better meet the diverse needs of our clients and streamline our operations. At 14/104 Gympie Road, we continue our mission to deliver exceptional staffing solutions, offering services such as Temporary Staffing, Staff Leasing, Recruitment, Permanent Placement, and Emergency & Ad-Hoc Shift Coverage.

Our dedicated team, including Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Assistant in Nursing, and Disability Support Workers, remains committed to upholding the highest standards of care. All our staff members meet stringent qualifications and compliance checks, ensuring the safety and well-being of our clients.

We appreciate your continued support as we embark on this new chapter at our updated address. We look forward to enhancing our services, building new partnerships, and contributing to the ongoing excellence in the care sector.

Thank you for being a part of our journey.


Australia to reintroduce work restrictions for student visa holders


May 11, 2023

The Australian government has announced that it will be re-introducing work restrictions for student visa holders from July 1, 2023. The restrictions will cap the number of hours that student visa holders can work at 48 hours per fortnight.

The decision to re-introduce work restrictions comes after the government relaxed the rules during the COVID-19 pandemic. The relaxation of the rules was intended to help address workforce shortages in some sectors, particularly in the aged care sector.

However, the government has now decided that it is time to re-introduce the restrictions. The government says that the restrictions are necessary to ensure that student visa holders are focused on their studies.

The government also says that the restrictions are necessary to protect the jobs of Australian workers. The government says that it does not want to see student visa holders taking jobs away from Australian workers.

The re-introduction of the work restrictions has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have welcomed the decision, saying that it is necessary to protect Australian jobs. Others have criticized the decision, saying that it will make it harder for student visa holders to support themselves financially while they are studying in Australia.

It remains to be seen how the re-introduction of the work restrictions will impact student visa holders in Australia.

However, there is some good news for student visa holders who are already working in the aged care sector. The government has announced that these students will be able to continue working unrestricted hours in the aged care sector until December 31, 2023.

This is a welcome relief for many student visa holders who are employed in the aged care sector. The aged care sector is facing a workforce shortage, and these students play a vital role in providing care for Australia’s elderly population.

The government’s decision to extend the work hours for student visa holders in the aged care sector is a positive step. It will help to ensure that there are enough workers to provide care for Australia’s elderly population, and it will also help to support student visa holders who are studying in Australia