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The phone call that no-one wants at 3AM…

The phone call that no-one wants at 3AM…

When Terry* first came to the Pilbara he was excited to have a new opportunity for providing for his young family. The downside was that to do this, he would have to leave them. His job required him to head away to the Outback on-site in the Pilbara, WA, for one to three months at a time, as a fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) worker, in a mine.

Frontier News – Our February 2018 edition – out now!

Frontier News – Our February 2018 edition – out now!

In this edition of Frontier News, we share stories about serving those in the Australian Outback, including Rev Sunny of the Cunnamulla-Burke & Wills Remote Area supporting Queenslanders during a long drought; Outback Links volunteers providing assistance and respite during times of ill-health and grief; and reflecting on the Kennedy Remote Area – then and now.

November 2017 Frontier News is out now!

November 2017 Frontier News is out now!

Frontier News November 2017 Edition is out now!  In this issue, we welcome Rev. Karama Ioapo to Frontier Services, we look at the wonderful contributions of Anita Clayton, as well as an inspiring story of locals rallying together at William Creek – and much more! Click here to read this edition of Frontier News online! …

Volunteer Award Finalists

Volunteer Award Finalists

We are very honoured to be a finalist for our recognized work with our volunteer program. Outback Links has been placed as finalists in four categories; Excellence in Volunteer Management, Senior Volunteer of the Year, NSW Volunteer of the Year Corporate Team, as well as NSW Volunteer of the Year Volunteer Team. We are immensely …