Intereach opens new Gisborne office

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The new Gisborne office for community service provider, Intereach, opened on Wednesday, March 18.

It will provide a boost to the services provided across the Macedon Ranges region by Intereach.

The modern, spacious office is located at Office 5, Level 1, Nexus Centre (via Prince St entrance). It has the capacity to house up to 30 staff members and as such will cater to the expansion of Intereach in the region. Staff from the organisation’s former Kyneton office have been relocated to Gisborne.

Intereach CEO Keryn Fox said a vast range of community services will be provided from the new office.

There will be ‘Community Linkers’, who are staff specifically trained to ‘link’ local people to the appropriate services and supports that are available.

From its new Gisborne office Intereach will also offer National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Local Area Coordination and Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) services.

Participant meetings are being scheduled at the new office from March 18.

Intereach now has 16 office locations, spread across central and northern Victoria, the Mallee and across the Riverina region of NSW.

Ms Fox described the new office opening as “another exciting step in the Intereach journey”.

The organisation started with one employee in Deniliquin and now has a staff of nearly 400 spread across a large footprint.

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We are proud to be expanding our operations in the Macedon Ranges, where we will have the capacity to build a bigger team to service the region.”

Ms Fox

Anyone with queries about the new Intereach Gisborne office can call into the office in the Nexus Centre (via Prince St entrance), phone 1300 488 226 or go to

Intereach support and assistance is offered across community services, children and families, older people, people living with disability, mental health and carers.

Intereach Gisborne staff members enjoying the view from their new office at the Nexus Centre
Intereach Gisborne staff members enjoying the view from their new office at the Nexus Centre