Ombudsman at Wagin Woolorama
23 February 2021
The Ombudsman to hold a stall at the Wagin Woolorama, 5-6 March 2021
Staff from the offices of the Ombudsman and the Energy and Water Ombudsman will be holding an information stall at the Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama on 5 and 6 March 2021. The Wagin Woolorama is WA’s largest regional agricultural show and 25,000 people attended in 2020.
The event is an integral part of the office’s Regional Awareness and Accessibility Program, which is intended to ensure awareness and accessibility to our services by regional and Aboriginal Western Australians.
Ombudsman Chris Field said that improving awareness of the office’s services, and strengthening relationships with regional communities, were key priorities.
“We want to ensure that our services are as accessible as they can possibly be to Western Australians living and working in the regions,” Mr Field said.
Visitors to the show are welcome to come and speak to our staff about any concerns they may have with State Government agencies, local governments and universities or their electricity, gas or water provider. The Ombudsman’s stall will be located in the Home and Lifestyle Pavilion and open from 9am to 6pm Friday 5 March and 9am to 5pm Saturday 6 March 2021.