Raising awareness and access in Esperance

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06 November 2023

The Ombudsman raising awareness and accessibility in Esperance from 5 to 7 December 2023.

The Energy and Water Ombudsman will be visiting Esperance from 5 to 7 December 2023 as part of our Regional Awareness and Accessibility Program.

Regional Western Australia is absolutely central to all of Australia’s social and economic interests, making engagement with those living and working in regional Western Australia, and in particular Aboriginal Western Australians, of critical importance.

To ensure that our visit is as helpful as possible to Aboriginal Western Australians and those living and working regionally, we have coordinated with the following agencies to join us on the visit:

  • Ombudsman Western Australia
  • Commonwealth Ombudsman
  • Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman
  • Health and Disability Services Complaints Office
  • Equal Opportunity Commission
  • Consumer Protection
  • Aboriginal Legal Service

The Program includes drop-in clinics where members of the public can bring their complaints to be resolved, meetings with the Aboriginal community, and visits to, and liaison with, public authorities and community organisations.

Drop-in clinics

Esperance Lotteries House, 3 Forrest Street

  • Tuesday 5 December: 3 – 5pm
  • Thursday 7 December: 9 – 11am

Aboriginal community and service provider information session

Mudjar Aboriginal Corporation function room, 4 Woods Street Esperance

  • Tuesday 5 December: 12 – 2pm


Download the Media Release (PDF 236KB)

Download the Drop-in Clinic Poster (PDF 318KB)

Download the Aboriginal Community Information Session Poster (PDF 2.7MB)


Image credit: Tourism Western Australia

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