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Good life Kimberley

As a registered, not-for-profit NDIS provider, you and your family can feel safe knowing you are getting support and services of the highest quality and standards.

Far North Community Services is a not for profit NDIS provider servicing the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Our Services

Therapy

Our team provide specialised therapy intervention to target your goals
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Supported Independent Living

Support to live independently in your own home.
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Bed in a bedroom

Respite

(Short-Term Accomodation)
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Plan Management

Make your NDIS plan work for you
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Daily Life & Community Access

Support for you and your family
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Our offices are in Broome, Derby, Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek and Kununurra, and we deliver remote outreach therapy to numerous sites.

Broome

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Office 5, Kimberley Regional Offices
29 Napier Terrace,
PO Box 1766, Broome WA 6725

Derby 

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68 Clarendon Street,
PO Box 1174, Derby WA 6728

Fitzroy Crossing

Due to 2023 Flood emergency damage, Fitzroy is currently managed via Derby Office

Halls Creek 

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39 Thomas St,
PO Box 136, Halls Creek WA 6770

Kununurra 

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Ground Floor 50 Coolibah Drive,
PO Box 911, Kununurra WA 6743

What People Say About Us

Michelle, Broome

“There is a security that comes with Far North because we are not relying on an individual. We are comfortable knowing that they have a responsibility for compliance that combines the 1-1 care we receive. Their work comes with an accountability.”

Andrew, Derby

“Their support has been life-changing for us.”

Markus, Kununurra

“Happy and safe with the Far North mob.”

Phillip’s Story

How supporting Phillip’s interest and skill translated into a rewarding career for him…

Phillip Kim Jrn. has a passion and skill for carpentry. Since moving to Kununurra, Jrn. has worked at the Revive workshop, a waste to wages social enterprise that upcycles and refurbishes goods that would otherwise go to landfill.

Jnr. repurposes old pieces of furniture, drums and plastics and turns them into new products that are sold in the Revive outlet shop.

Jrn. works at Revive two days a week and says it is rewarding work that has enabled him to develop his skill and passion for carpentry.
Some of Jrn’s work include a wooden dog house and a bookshelf made from a disused guitar.

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