Supporting Our Community

The rural Centrelink agency provides a free self-help facility where customers can conduct their business with the Department including:

  • Provide information products, forms and brochures

  • Access to a telephone for Department related business
  • Medicare phone claiming capability and reply paid envelopes for customers to forward receipts to support claims
  • Fax/photocopy facility for customers to forward material to the Department or for other related uses, such as faxing a job resume
  • Access to the Department’s self service products, for example, Internet for online service and automated telephone systems
  • Accepting Centrelink claim forms and documentation required to be lodged
  • Responding to customer enquiries and providing assistance, guidance or referral as appropriate

Access Point staff can sight and photocopy Proof of Identity documents for Centrelink (only) customers so that the customer does not have to send their original documents in the mail to support their claims.

Agents are not departmental staff and cannot:

  • Make any payments or decisions about payments
  • Review, assess or vary payments
  • Issue Electronic Banking Transfers, Medicare Cards or Health Care cards

Link to Centrelink

For more informaition  Click Here


Centrelink Hours:

Monday & Tuesdays: 1.00pm – 3.30pm  

Wednesdays 1.00pm – 3.30pm

Thursdays: 1.00pm – 3.00pm

Fridays: 9.30am – 12.30pm


Our Mission

Our Mission is to provide a high quality inclusive service that responds to the needs of individuals with empathy and dignity.

Graham House Community Centre provides holistic assistance and nurtures the strengths of individuals and the community to empower them to meet their own needs.

 read more 


Graham House Community Centre shared The Grants Hub's photo. ...

A $500 Volunteer Support Grant! Tag a hardworking volunteer who desperately needs a grant to help them in their role. We’re excited to announce our very own Volunteer Support Grant! The grant is open to people anywhere in Australia acting in a regular volunteer role. The Grants Hub Volunteer Support Grant will provide $500 to a volunteer to fund any of the following items: - Small equipment required to undertake your volunteering role (e.g. iPad, lawnmower, trolleys, gardening equipment) - Travel costs associated with your role as a volunteer (taxis, public transport, motor vehicle costs, flights) - Training related to carrying out your role as a volunteer - Any other costs to support your role as a volunteer. Applications are open NOW and close 15 March. Find out all the details and apply at

View on Facebook