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Outback Links teamwork gives Cobargo a boost

Outback Links teamwork gives Cobargo a boost

In the heart of Cobargo, a small NSW town, the Community Garden stands as a testament to resilience, nurtured by the unwavering support of Outback Links volunteers and Frontier Services. Amidst the wreckage left by the Black Summer bushfires, Cobargo found strength in solidarity. The local Co-op, Cobargo Commons (“Cocos”), and the neighborhood pub rallied …

Day in the Life of a Bush Chaplain

Day in the Life of a Bush Chaplain

Bush Chaplain Lindsay Ginn brings a special kind of joy and connection to people – music! His music brings people together, breaks down barriers, and allows communities to connect on a deeper level. From his home in Kalgoorlie, he travels to local schools in Esperance to teach music to kids. And he has recently started …

Disaster recovery support

Disaster recovery support

Rev Dr Stephen Robinson stands out and provides leadership in disaster recovery support. Over the past decade, he has guided Frontier Services, ensuring the organisation’s readiness to handle disasters and aid in long-term recovery efforts. In his role as the National Disaster Recovery Officer for the Uniting Church, Rev Dr Stephen Robinson collaborates closely with …

Eula’s legacy of giving

Eula’s legacy of giving

We have been an integral part of Eula's life, intertwining with her family's history and leaving an indelible mark on her journey. Now, as she reflects on her profound connection with the bush and its people, Eula finds solace in the knowledge that her legacy giving to Frontier Services will endure. This is through a ...

Geoff Bond: The Foundation of Our Enduring Volunteer Network

Geoff Bond: The Foundation of Our Enduring Volunteer Network

Meet Geoff Bond, a beacon of compassion and generosity in the Outback Links’ volunteer program. Geoff’s commitment spans an incredible 44 placements across 29 diverse properties. This covers approximately 68,000 kilometers, each journey and is a testament to his dedication. As Geoff shares, “When I volunteer my time, I’m there on behalf of everyone, extending …

There’s something about a rural show

There’s something about a rural show

There’s something about a rural show. It’s the sound of greetings called out to friends who haven’t met up in a year. It’s the smell of scones from the baking tent. It’s the celebration of everything that makes that region wonderful. And for the Frontier Services community, it’s the chance to connect. Our Bush Chaplains …