Mobile service centre visits South West

The Australian Government Mobile Service Centre truck will visit Collie next week. Photo supplied.
The Australian Government Mobile Service Centre truck will visit Collie next week. Photo supplied.

The Australian Government mobile service centre truck will visit the South West this week to help provide access to essential government services.

The truck, known as Desert Rose, will be set up in the Manjimup Community Resource Centre carpark from 9am until 4pm on Wednesday, July 11.

It will then be in the Bridgetown Railway Station carpark on Thursday, July 12 from 9am-4pm before heading to the Nannup shire office from 9.30am-3.30pm on Friday, July 13.

Next week, the truck will visit the Donnybrook Community Resource Centre from 9am-4pm on Tuesday, July 17 and the Boyup Brook shire administration building from 9.30am-4pm on Wednesday, July 18.

The truck will allow visitors to get help with a wide range of government services, including lodging Centrelink claims, Medicare registrations, providing access to online services and offering free hearing checks on board.

A social worker from the Department of Human Services who can assist with offering short-term counselling and referrals to support services will also be available.

The truck will also visit other South West towns, including Capel and Collie, over the next two weeks. ‚Äč