Regional Opportunities Australia
There is a wealth of opportunities across our beautiful nation. Regional Opportunities Australia (ROA) is a not-for-profit organisation that helps migrants and refugees move from cities to welcoming regional communities and connects them to employment and business opportunities.
Our services are free of charge for our clients.
ROA’s role is to identify regional areas that have employment and business opportunities. It also identifies migrants and refugees who are excited to take up those opportunities and assists them in getting job and business ready, moving to, and calling regional Australia home.
Prior to connecting the two, ROA culturally prepares both migrants and refugees, and regional communities to ensure that the transition to life in regional Australia is smooth and sustainable.
We want to play a role in advancing the regional Australian economy and society by connecting hardworking migrants and refugees to regional areas that offer cheaper housing, lower cost of living and a stronger sense of belonging.
Together we can build welcoming communities and fulfilling lives that shape the Australian economy and society for the better.
Discover Regional Australia
Welcome to Leeton
ROA Partners with Captain Cook Cruises Relaunch
ROA joins Captain Cook Cruises as a charity partner is celebrating the re-opening fo Sydney with #ThankYouThursdays cruises. This morning the team were joined by Sam Mac from Channel 7's Sunrise program.
One Harvest Supports Regional Migrant Employment
ROA has recently formed a partnership with One Harvest to source migrant employees for a variety of roles.
Meet Our Mentor: Steve
What's it like to be a ROA mentor? To find out first hand, we asked Mentor Steve about his experiences as a mentor on the program, and the excitement that comes when mentees start to "make things happen".
ROA CEO says children of young migrant families are the future of regional Australia
As a keynote speaker at a forum hosted by the Ethnic Council on the challenges faced by migrants settling in regional areas, ROA CEO Mahir Momand spoke of the need for sustainable migration solutions to ensure the success of future generations of regional Australians.
Alvin and Tye
"The migrants and refugees we work with are highly qualified, motivated and skilled, they just need a hand up" - Tye Gerrard, Macquarie Capital Investment Banker and Regional Opportunities Australia Mentor.