Mobile service center to visit Nagambie

Golden Wattle, one of three trucks in the Mobile Service Center fleet, will be open on High St, Nagambie (centre car park) on Thursday 10th February and Friday 11th February from 9am to 4pm.

The mobile service travels to rural and regional areas across Australia, providing a wide range of services to families, older Australians, students, job seekers, people with disabilities, carers, farmers and self-employed.

Information about Veterans Affairs programs and support services for veterans and their families will also be available.

Services Australia staff who travel with the Mobile Service Center can also help people set up a myGov account. myGov is a simple and secure way to access government services online.

Mobile Service Center staff can help:

  • New claims for most Centrelink payments;
  • Update your information on Services Australia records;
  • Confirm supporting documents and information, such as certified copies of birth certificates;
  • Access to service terminals;
  • Using Express Plus Online Accounts and Mobile Apps
  • Register for a Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) online account;
  • Submission of DVA forms and supporting documents;
  • Connection with DVA and support services such as Open Arms
  • How financial matters may affect your payments;
  • Payment and service options tailored to your needs;
  • Rural payment entitlements for eligible farmers;
  • health insurance transactions; and
  • Support and referrals in social work.

Mobile Service Center staff can also provide information on:

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