Gosnells Community Lotteries House

The Agonis - 2232C Albany Highway, Gosnells

Gosnells Community Legal Centre

Contact Details:

Location: Suite 1 (Ground Floor)
Telephone: 9398 1455
Email: admin@gosclc.com.au
Website: www.gosclc.com.au
Hours: Tue to Fri - 9.30 to 12.30pm
Hours: Tue to Fri - 1.30 to 3.30pm

Gosnells Community Legal Centre provides confidential, non-judgemental information, advice and assistance for low income earners and other disadvantaged people. We promote social justice and equity by providing services which support and empower people to resolve their legal, social and economic issues.

Services provided include:

  • Child Support
  • Family Law Legal Services
  • Domestic Violence Legal Service
  • Victim Compensation Program
  • Tenant Advocacy Service
  • Family Dispute Resolution
  • Community Mediation Service
  • Volunteer Legal Service
  • Armadale Outreach
  • Community Legal Education and Law Reform

Autism Association of WA

Contact Details:

Location: Suite 2
Head Office: 215 Stubbs Terrace, Shenton Park
Telephone: 9489 8900
Email: autismwa@autism.org.au
Website: www.autism.org.au

Currently providing a range of services to over 4000 individuals with Autism and their families, the Autism Association of WA provides a range of services, including early intervention, community housing, clinical and therapy services and the only Government contracted Autism specialist employment program in Australia. The Association is also an accredited provider of DES, NDIS, WANDIS and DSC services.

Services provided include:

  • Early Intervention Centres in Shenton park, Midland, Gosnells and East Fremantle (Evidence Based Early Intervention)
  • School-Age Services support
  • Clinical and Therapy support including psychology, occupational therapy and speech therapy
  • Community Inclusion Support - getting out in the community
  • Independent Living Training - learning everyday skills
  • Social and independence development
  • Supported Living and supported accommodation options
  • Disability Employment Support (DES) (help to find a job in open employment)
  • WANDIS and NDIS Employment supports (work preparation, work experience, volunteering, finding paid employment)
  • NDIS Supports - the full range of supports funded by WANDIS and NDIS
  • Work Ready Skills Development and job clubs

IFORAP - International Forum of
Reconciliation and Peace

Contact Details:

Location: Suite 3 (Ground Floor)
Telephone: 9394 0086
Email: hello.forap@gmail.com
Website: www.iforap.org.au

IFORAP links young people and their families to positive role models and appropriate services, employment and education pathways. A mentoring program provides homework support for young people and engenders community and social connectedness through conferences/camps, youth activities, trainings and workshops. Collaboration with federal and local government authorities and other stakeholders raises awareness of service gaps and supports successful settlement.

Services provided include:

  • Support settlement into Australia
  • Link African youths to positive role models
  • Build connections between African communities and wider society
  • Build and nurture a sense of responsibility and self-determination in African young people
  • Assist members embrace tolerance, openness and goodwill

Australian Asian Association of WA

Contact Details:

Location: Suite 3 (Ground Floor)
Telephone: 9398 9156
Website: www.aaawa.org.au

Through its outreach office in Gosnells Community Lottery House, the Australian Asian Association of WA is dedicated to providing assistance and advocacy through the employment of a part-time worker. 

We are pleased that we are able to provide Emergency Relief to clients in the Southern Corridor and hope to expand the services offered from this office as soon as funding is available.

Starick Services

Contact Details:

Location: Suite 4 (Ground Floor) and Suite 6
Telephone: 9398 5039
Email: projects@starick.org.au
Website: www.starick.org.au

Starick Services is a not for profit community service organisation whose aim is to change social beliefs and attitudes and the behaviours that perpetuate family and domestic violence while creating a safe place in which to empower individuals and families affected by family and domestic violence.

Services provided include:

  • Crisis Accommodation
  • Housing of Women in the Community (HOWIC)
  • Outreach
  • Court Support
  • Police Based DV Advocate Support in the SE Metro Corridor
  • Counselling
  • Programmes to support children’s safety and wellbeing
  • Reconnecting Rural and Remote Services

Save The Children

Contact Details:

Location: Suite 5 (Ground Floor) and Suite 14
Telephone: 9394 0091
Website: www.savethechildren.org.au

It takes a Village: Multicultural Early Learning Program - Supports children aged 0 to 5 from migrant and refugee backgrounds, and their families, in Perth's south-east corridor. The Program address the right of children to play and education, and the right of families to participate in the social life of the family. Includes:

  • Early Learning Experiences
  • Life Skills Classes
  • Family Support
  • School Holiday Activities

Live and Learn: Educational Assistance and Life Skills Program - provides intensive support to primary and high school students of refugee backgrounds living in the Gosnells area.

  • Educational assistance
  • Life Skills Classes
  • School Holiday Activities

Women's Health and
Wellbeing Services

Contact Details:

Location: Suite 7 (First Floor)
Telephone: 9490 2258
Fax: (08) 9490 1365
Email: info@gwhs.com.au
Website: www.whws.org.au

Women's Health and Wellbeing Services promotes the overall well-being, self esteem, independence, self responsibility
and health awareness of women in our community.

Services provided include:

  • Therapeutic Services
  • Information & Education Services
  • Peri Natal Metal Health Services
  • Family & Relationships Services
  • Women’s Lifestyle Services
  • Youth & Young Women’s Services
  • Physical Activity and Nutrition Services
  • Multicultural Services
  • ATSI Services
  • Female Doctor (Bulk Billed)
  • Library Resources
  • Information & Referral

Anglicare WA

Contact Details:

Location: Suites 8 & 9 (First Floor)
Phone: 9394 9200
Fax: 9325 8969
Email: gosnells@anglicarewa.org.au
Website: www.anglicarewa.org.au

Anglicare WA offers a wide range of specialty counselling services for adults, children, teens, couples and families. All counselling services are highly subsidised with opportunities for out of hour’s appointments.

Services provided include:

  • ARBOR (Active Response Bereavement Outreach)
  • Anglicare WA Relationship Counselling
  • Child Sexual Abuse Service
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Mums and Dads Forever Program
  • Family Relationship Service for Carers
  • Royal Commission Support Service
  • Supporting Children After Separation

SMP lifeskills2work

Contact Details:

Location: Suite 10 (First Floor)
Telephone: 9490 5945
Email: admin@smp.org.au
Website: www.smp.org.au

At SMP lifekskills2work we are passionate about providing services to people living with a disability which will support them to have the highest quality of life possible. We do this by delivering services which offer diverse day-time activities such as recreation, holidays, independent living skills development, education support, and transition to employment or retirement.

Services provided include:

  • Community Inclusion Support
  • Independent Living Training
  • Lifeskills Development
  • Supported Learning (incl. ASDAN)
  • Respite by Vacation
  • Respite by Recreation
  • Overnight Support Away From Home
  • Work Ready Skills Development
  • Healthy Living Education
  • Appointment Support
  • Transition to Retirement or Golden Years
  • Cultural Development

Relationships Australia (WA)

Contact Details:

Location: Suites 11 & 12 (First Floor)
Telephone: 6164 0460
Fax: 6270 4491
Website: www.relationships.com.au

Relationships Australia is a community-based, not-for-profit organization with no religious affiliation.

Services provided include:

  • Counselling Service
    • Couples
    • Individuals
    • Children and Families
  • FAIR (Family Abuse Integrated Response) - free group programs for men, women, young people and children
  • EAP - Employee Assistance Program
  • Child Contact Service
  • Specialized pregnancy counselling service
  • Relationship Education Programs
GCLH Office Hours:

Please note that Office Hours for GCLH Building Management may be different to our Tenants' opening hours.

  • Monday - Closed
  • Tuesday - 9am to 2.30pm
  • Wednesday - 9am to 2.30pm
  • Thursday - 9am to 2.30pm
  • Friday - 9am to 2.30pm

For more information on our Tenants' opening hours and/or contact details you will need to refer to the Tenants' directly.

Contact details and/or website addresses are provided on this page.

Meeting Rooms:

If you are planning a small meeting, conference, one day seminar, half day training course, social function or business interview, Gosnells Community Lotteries House has two well equipped meeting rooms for hire for external groups and individuals.

Communal kitchen facilities are available and the building is wheelchair accessible.

Room Bookings:


Conveniently located at:
The Agonis
2232C Albany Highway, Gosnells.
On the Corner of Astley Street and opposite Australia Post.

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