Residents in the Parkes electorate will have easy access to Australian Government services, with the Mobile Service Centre Golden Wattle hitting the road soon.
Member for Parkes Mark Coulton said the Golden Wattle truck will visit Narromine, Trangie, Warren, Cobar, Nyngan, Coonamble, Coonabarabran and Gilgandra from 29 October.
“I’m pleased to see the Mobile Service Centre continue its travels through my electorate, particularly with such a strong track record in helping people in rural and regional communities,” Mr Coulton said.
“This is a great opportunity for local farmers to speak to the on-board Farm Household Case Officer about assistance and support for which they may be eligible.
“There will also be friendly, specialist staff ready to assist with Centrelink claims, Medicare registrations, Department of Veterans’ Affairs programs, online services and more.
“You don’t need an appointment, and it’s free – so I urge anyone who needs tailored support to visit the team aboard Golden Wattle over the coming weeks.”
For more information about the Mobile Service Centres and the upcoming stopping locations, visit humanservices.gov.au/mobileoffice
|Narromine||Tuesday 29 Oct||10am to 4pm||Near Narromine Services Club on Dandaloo St
|Trangie||Wednesday 30 Oct||9am to 4pm||Near Trangie Memorial Hall on Dandaloo St
|Warren||Thursday 31 Oct||9am to 2:30pm||Near Warren and District United Services Club on Dubbo St
|Cobar||Friday 1 Nov||9am to 4pm||Cobar Bowling & Golf Club car park on Bloxham St
|Nyngan||Monday 4 Nov||10am to 4pm||Museum car park on Pangee St
|Coonamble||Tuesday 5 Nov||10am to 3:30pm||In front of Visitor Information Centre on Castlereagh St
|Coonabarabran||Wednesday 6 Nov||9am to 3:30pm||In front of Community Services Building on the corner of Johns and King St
|Gilgandra||Thursday 7 Nov||9am to 3pm||Near the Shopping Plaza on Miller St