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Legal Aid hits the road to provide legal advice to regional residents

LONGREACH, Barcaldine and Winton residents can access free legal information and advice when Legal Aid Queensland’s team visits these areas in November.

Legal Aid Queensland’s Mount Isa-based lawyer Marcia Sullivan is one of the Western Queensland Justice Network (WQJN) team members hitting the road next month.

This team delivers some of Legal Aid Queensland’s regional legal service programs, to people living in Queensland’s central west region.

“Our aim is to give rural Queenslanders a voice in the justice system, particularly those who live in areas where access to a lawyer is difficult,” Ms Sullivan said.

“Our team will be running free advice sessions for anyone needing help with a legal problem,” Ms Sullivan said.

“Our free service gives locals the chance to ask questions about their legal problems and get confidential advice from an experienced lawyer.

“We provide advice across all areas of family and civil law including help with child support problems, separation, child protection, domestic violence issues, and consumer issues including insurance, debts and mortgage problems,” she said.

“So if you’ve got a problem, make sure you take the opportunity to come and see us.”

WQJN visit information:


Date: Tuesday 12 November, 9.30am OR 6:00pm

Location (daytime session): Central West Aboriginal Corporation, 82 Ash Street, Barcaldine

Location (evening session): Barcaldine Red Shed, Boree Street, Barcaldine

To make a booking and for further details, call (07) 4437 4906


Date: Wednesday 13 November, 9.30am

Location: Longreach Court House, 91 Galah Street, Longreach

To make a booking and for further details, call (07) 4437 4906


Date: Thursday 14 November, 10.30am

Location: Winton Court House, 49 Vindex Street, Winton

To make a booking and for further details, call (07) 4437 4906

The Western Queensland Justice Network is a not-for-profit community legal centre which is part of Legal Aid Queensland.

For more information: Please call the Western Queensland Justice Network on (07) 4437 4906.

Media contact: Amanda Catania or Caroline Page (07) 3917 0407 or (07) 3917 0457

Last updated 25 October 2019

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