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Office Locations and Service Area

TASC offers legal and social justice services through our team of solicitors, social workers and advocates. You can access our services via in-person meetings at our various locations, or opt for the convenience of video or phone consultations, ensuring accessibility to the communities we serve.

Our offices are open for appointments Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. If you’re unable to reach us during these hours or prefer to contact us later, you can submit a query on the “Contact Us” form below. We’ll be happy to reach out to you to discuss your concerns, if you’re eligible and how our centre can be of assistance.

*Note – please indicate on the form if you would like for us to contact you via alternate means.


Office Location

Toowoomba (head office)

223 Hume Street
(PO Box 594)
Toowoomba QLD 4350
07 4616 9700

Roma

Roma Neighourhood Centre
29a Bowen Street
Roma QLD 4455

Ipswich

Unit 3, 265 Brisbane Street
Ipswich QLD 4305

Goondiwindi 

84 Marshall Street
Goondiwindi QLD 4390
(open by appointment only).
Bundaberg 
Ellimatta House
140 George Street
Bundaberg QLD 4670

Gympie

Gympie Community Place
18 Excelsior Road
Gympie QLD 4570

 

Office open Monday to Friday
9:00am – 4:30pm
Phones open Monday to Friday 
8:30am – 4:00pm

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This is a general contact form.

To book a request a call from a Solicitor click here.

To book a consultation with an Advocate or social worker click here.

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Donate Today

For over 40 years TASC has received donations from people all over Australia. It has made a significant difference in being able to expand our services, but also the impact it has on the community is immeasurable.

Your donation to TASC means you are supporting a range of work that helps people who have found themselves in vulnerable situations get back on their feet. Funds go to helping continue:

  • Legal help and support – e.g. someone fleeing a domestic or family violence situation and needs support to understand their legal rights
  • Education – e.g. providing the community, businesses and schools with legal and social justice education sessions
  • Increased services – e.g. more social workers or solicitors to help provide support where there is none or very little
  • Rural outreach – e.g. being able to service rural communities that often don’t have access to free legal advice or social justice support.

As we are a not-for-profit and rely solely on government funding and/or donations, we encourage you to consider donating to truly make a difference and change the lives of people around you.

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