Golden Wattle Service Centre to visit Boorowa
Golden Wattle is returning to Southern NSW to provide locals across the region, some of which are still recovering from the summer bushfires and drought, with easy access to essential government services.
Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor said the mobile service centre would be visiting Boorowa in November.
“The mobile service centre provides support to assist locals with government services such as Centrelink claims, Medicare registrations and other online services,” Mr Taylor said.
“Golden Wattle will be in Boorowa on Wednesday 4th November from 9am to 4pm parked adjacent to the Court House.”
“Staff can support locals to make sure they’re confident in completing their business online or provide more intensive support it needed.”
“You don’t need an appointment, and it’s free – so anyone who needs help or has a question should visit the team aboard Golden Wattle next Wednesday.”
All services will be offered with strict COVID-19 safety precautions in place.
For more information about the Mobile Service Centre and the upcoming stopping locations, visit servicesaustralia.gov.au/mobileoffice.
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