Frontier News – Our February 2018 edition – out now!

In this edition of Frontier News, we share stories about serving those in the Australian Outback, including Rev Sunny of the Cunnamulla-Burke & Wills Remote Area supporting Queenslanders during a long drought; Outback Links volunteers providing assistance and respite during times of ill-health and grief; and reflecting on the Kennedy Remote Area – then and […]

November 2017 Frontier News is out now!

Frontier News November 2017 Edition is out now!  In this issue, we welcome Rev. Karama Ioapo to Frontier Services, we look at the wonderful contributions of Anita Clayton, as well as an inspiring story of locals rallying together at William Creek – and much more! Click here to read this edition of Frontier News online! […]

Bush Chaplain, Paul Glazbrook helps those in Mannahill, SA

Our National Director, Jannine Jackson recently spoke with our Bush Chaplain, Paul Glazbrook about the recent tragedy that swept over the community of Mannahill, SA. Here is Jannine’s account of what happened, and how grateful she is that we have our Bush Chaplains across Remote Australia. — When I think about the differences between country and suburban […]

Volunteer Award Finalists

We are very honoured to be a finalist for our recognized work with our volunteer program. Outback Links has been placed as finalists in four categories; Excellence in Volunteer Management, Senior Volunteer of the Year, NSW Volunteer of the Year Corporate Team, as well as NSW Volunteer of the Year Volunteer Team. We are immensely […]

Volunteer couple receive award

On the 11th of September Howard and Mary Jones from Berkeley Vale NSW were the recipients of The Centre for Volunteering, “2017 NSW Volunteer of the Year” award for the Central Coast. Held at the Gosford Golf Club and presented by Members of Parliament, this award recognises their outstanding service and dedication to Frontier Services […]

August 2017 Frontier News is out now!

The August issue of Frontier News is out now and will hit mailboxes shortly if you have subscribed. You can also read the PDF here In this issue, we look at the 30 volunteers who converged on Cobar in NSW, got an update from Rev Lindsay Parkhill on life in the Top End and looked […]

Volunteers head to remote William Creek, SA

William Creek, on the Oodnadatta Track, is one of the most remote and isolated communities in Australia but is used as a vital community hub for stations in the area. Frontier Services volunteers led by Parkin Sturt patrol minister Paul Glazbrook will spend a week working on repairs to the gymkhana and bronco branding grounds.

Acknowledgement of Country

Frontier Services acknowledges the sovereign First Peoples on whose lands and waters we live, meet, and work.

We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and to all descendants of these Nations who have cared for this place since Creation.