Frontier Services has been standing alongside people in the Outback through the joys and
struggles of life for over 110 years.
Since the beginning, we’ve been turning up in faraway places offering practical, pastoral, and spiritual support.
Bush Chaplains are on the frontier providing practical, pastoral and spiritual support to those in need.
They fulfil a role that most people would struggle to do: travel tens of thousands of kilometres every year to visit people in the most remote parts of our country, check on their well-being.
They lend a sympathetic ear and can refer people to other service providers as appropriate.
Outback Links connects volunteers with people in remote and rural Australia Australia who need practical support.
This could include mending kilometres of flood-damaged fencing, repairing farming machinery in disrepair, and various clearing and cleaning around the property.