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Work for us

Current Vacancies Patrol Ministers Frontier Services has opportunities for Patrol Ministers across Remote Australia. If you believe that you can be a padre and follow in John Flynns footsteps, contact Rev Colin Batt on Ph: 02 8270 1300, Fax 02 8270 1313 or email colin.b@frontierservices.org for more details.

Links to other organisations

Uniting Church in Australia – National Assembly National Rural Health Alliance Indigenous Community Volunteers Isolated Children’s Parents’ Association Australian Rural Health Education Network remoteFOCUS Desert Knowledge Australia

Shifting Sands to Solid Rock

Shifting Sands to Solid Rock takes us on a wonderfully-woven and provocative journey through the pioneering days of the outback. Featuring over 100 photographic plates with many rarely seen works by master photographer John Flynn. What was happening in the world as the first Patrol Padres ventured inland to minister the needs of those physically …

Annual Report

Frontier Services Annual Report 2010 – Caring for people in the Outback2010 Annual Report Download the 2010 Annual Report in pdf format     Please note: This file is 4Mb and will take some time to download. It is best to right click the link, save it to your desktop and open it from there. …

Frontier News

Frontier News is a publication that is 101 years old. Originally it was called ‘The Inlander’ and written by Rev John Flynn himself, letting city folk know about the lives of people in remote Australia and the need that was present. That need is ongoing, and we continue to be a presence in remote communities …

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Making a new life easier for migrants in Kalgoorlie Boulder

Making a new life easier for migrants in Kalgoorlie Boulder

Moving to a new country can be daunting. Even more so, if you do not know the language, you arrive in a completely different culture and your friends and family are suddenly far away. The Frontier Services Kalgoorlie Community Migrant Service provides support and information to help migrants settle in to their new lives. Silloo …

Related Links

Helpful links www.frontierservices.orgHome of Frontier Services Australia – serving remote Australia   Information for travel www.exploroz.comAn interactive site for people interested in 4WD, Camping and caravanning around Australia. www.yourlifechoices.com.auTravel, holidays, camping, caravanning and motor homes information for seniors www.yourhealth.flyingdoctor.org.au/for-travellersSafety Information about travelling in outback Australia www.travellingnomad.com Travelling Nomad is a community of caravanners and travellers all …

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the application process? How long is a volunteer placement? What training will I receive? What happens with expenses I incur while volunteering? What benefits could I expect from this volunteer work? I live on a property and could really use a helping hand, but how can I repay the volunteer? Can anyone use …