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Mobile Service Centre ‘Desert Rose’ Brings Essential Services to North Burnett and Gympie Regions

Mobile Service Centre 'Desert Rose' Brings Essential Services to North Burnett and Gympie Regions
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Connecting Communities: Desert Rose’s Vital Outreach

In a bid to bridge the gap between vital government services and regional Australians, Services Australia’s Mobile Service Centre, aptly named ‘Desert Rose,’ is set to traverse the North Burnett and Gympie regions.

This mobile hub offers convenient access to crucial services such as Medicare, Centrelink, National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and Department of Veterans’ Affairs.

On the Road: Desert Rose Itinerary

Commencing its journey, Desert Rose will make stops at key locations, including Blackwater, Theodore, Moura, Monto, Goomeri, Murgon, Cherbourg, and Proston.

Operating from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at most locations, the mobile centre is well-equipped to cater to the diverse needs of regional communities.

Upcoming Stops: A Localised Approach

Mark your calendars, as Desert Rose is scheduled to grace Blackwater on March 11th, Theodore on March 12th, Moura on March 13th, Monto on March 14th, Goomeri on March 19th, Murgon on March 20th, Cherbourg on March 21st, and Proston on March 22nd.

Bringing Services to Your Doorstep

Weighing in at 20 tonnes, the Mobile Service Centres are staffed by dedicated professionals from Services Australia.

Offering friendly face-to-face service, the team on board is well-prepared to assist with Centrelink claims, Medicare registrations, and navigating online services, ensuring that regional and rural Australians receive tailored support.

For additional details and to track Desert Rose’s journey, visit Services Australia’s official Mobile Service Centre page.

Don’t miss this opportunity to access essential services right at your doorstep!