Good Service Mob

The Good Service Mob is a collaboration of Indigenous and non-Indigenous staff from complaint-handling agencies who help consumers in NSW.

Our aim to ensure all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are aware of their rights as consumers, and the free services available to help them.

We host free community information days for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across NSW. We have visited a number of communities across NSW since our first forum in late 2005.

Topics covered include:
  • banks, credit cards and loans
  • businesses, contractors and consumer rights
  • discrimination
  • doctors, nurses, hospitals or other health services
  • electricity, gas and water companies
  • federal government agencies (Centrelink, taxation)
  • legal issues
  • state government agencies (housing, police, child​ protection, community services, prisons)
  • telephone, mobile and internet companies

Good Service Mob is a collaboration between a number of agencies, including:

Please note: there will be other organisations there on the day as well, such as Wirringa Baiya Aboriginal Women’s Legal Centre, Financial Rights Legal Centre and NSW Ombudsman Office.


If anyone has an issue in any of these areas they can receive help on the day to deal with:
  • fines 
  • electricity/water bills
  • need legal advice
  • problems with getting accommodation
  • problems with shops
  • financial problems 
  • problems at school with your kids because they have a disability
  • feeling you have been wrongfully barred from somewhere
These are just some of the issues so come along and have a yarn.

aboriginal artwork in orange and blue

aboriginal artwork in orange and blue colour
For enquiries​
Contact Outreach Team on
Phone (02) 9268 5540 or 1800 670 812