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Intereach is embarking upon a new Strategic Plan, and is seeking feedback from local community members, volunteers, staff and service providers to help shape the future direction of the organisation.

The consultation survey has been released this week, and provides an opportunity for local people to rate how well Intereach is working towards its vision, values and purpose. The community will also be asked about how relevant Intereach supports are now and for the next few years. The feedback will be a valuable component of the planning process undertaken by the board and staff in developing the new Strategic Plan that will guide Intereach operations until 2021.

Surveys are available at all Intereach offices, completed online or be posted out on request. Submissions close on 10 April 2018.

Intereach has been working in the local region since 1973 to improve the wellbeing of children, young people, families, older people, carers and the broader community. During 2016-17 Intereach provided services, information and support to more than 8,000 people across an area of 188,714km2 throughout Southern NSW and Northern Victoria.

Intereach CEO Keryn Fox said, “Our strategic plan will set priorities for the next three years. More than ever before, we want to ensure our strategic direction meets the needs and aspirations of local people, and that the Intereach vision, values and purpose remain relevant.”

“This survey provides local people with a great opportunity to guide our future direction. I look forward to receiving your comments and feedback.”
For more information, or to obtain your copy of the Community Survey:

Phone: 1300 488 226, or

Email:, or

Click here to complete online 


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Intereach Vacation Care April 2018

Vacation Care Autumn 2018

Want to meet a camel, go bowling or go visit the water park?

The Intereach Deniliquin OOSH Vacation Care Autumn 2018 school holiday program has just been released and bookings are now open.

We have a great range of fun activities and diverse experiences lined up, we’ll see you there!

Download the program below.

Need help booking in?

  • Read the Fact Sheets, and log in via the front page of the website (Just scroll down to bottom) or
  • Download the app
  • Phone us: 03 5890 5260 or 0428 554 478

Need to contact us?

  • Email:
  • Phone:  03 5890 5260 or 0428 554 478
  • Drop into: Intereach Family Centre, 366 Trickett Street, Deniliquin 2710 (during OOSH hours), or the Intereach Neighbourhood Centre (on the corner of Trickett and Napier Streets)
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School Holiday activities for Wagga young carers

Intereach is offering free school holiday activities for school aged young carers in the Wagga Wagga area.

Running over three days from Monday 16 April until Wednesday 18 April, activities on offer will include a flying fox, challenge ropes, rock climbing and more. The activities are completely free for young carers; lunch and transport to and from the venue will be provided each day.

Intereach CEO Keryn Fox said, “When a parent, grandparent or sibling has health problems or disabilities, young carers may step up to help with the cooking, cleaning, mobility, showering and dressing. For many young carers helping to care for a loved one can be a very positive experience, they can become very independent and often feel extremely close to their families.”

“However, young carers can also experience high levels of stress and anxiety and may miss out on the ordinary activities of growing up such as sport, hobbies and time with friends. These school holiday activities are an opportunity for young carers to have time out from their caring role, meet other young carers and have fun.”


Sound interesting?

For more information, or to RSVP, contact the Intereach Commonwealth Respite & Carelink Centre (CRCC) on 1800 052 222. If you are, or know a young person with caring responsibilities, you can also contact CRCC to find out what support is available.

Date: Monday 16, Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 April 2018
Time: 9.00am – 4.00pm
Location: Borambola Sport and Recreation Centre
Sturt Highway, Borambola, NSW, 2650
Cost: FREE! Transport and lunch provided

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Free Women’s Health and Pampering Days

Do you know a woman who needs some pampering? Intereach Ability Links and Murrumbidgee Local Health Service have invited local women to enjoy a free women’s health morning tea, with complimentary pampering sessions.

Events will be held in Wagga and Griffith and will include free hand massages and nail painting.

The events are also an opportunity for women of all ages to learn more about pap tests, breast checks, contraception, sexually transmitted infections and looking after themselves.

Intereach CEO Keryn Fox said that women often forget to look after themselves. “There are so many women out there who put everyone else and their needs first and rarely take time to care for themselves. This is a free session offering women the chance to relax, socialise and enjoy some guilt free indulgence.”

“The event will also include relaxed and confidential health information, giving women an opportunity to ask questions, get ‘the facts’ and have any health myths dispelled. It’s important that, as women, we look after ourselves. After all, so often the health of those we love starts with us and healthy, well informed women are amazing advocates for health and wellbeing in their own families, and communities.”

Sound Interesting?

Session one

Date: Wednesday 21 March 2018
Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm
Location: Tolland Community Centre, 41 Bruce Street Tolland, Wagga


Session two

Date: Wednesday 4 April 2018
Time: 10.30am -12.00pm
Location: Sprinkles Multicultural Playgroup, 90 – 96 Coolah Street, Griffith, 2680


Session three

DATE: Wednesday 11 April
TIME: 10.30am -12.00pm
WHERE: Griffith Post School Options, 8-18 Hebden St, Yoogali, 2680


More sessions are being planned for other locations. For more information contact Intereach Ability Links on 02 6932 8381.

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