Centrelink Adelaide Service Centre Details

Centrelink Adelaide Office DetailsCentrelink Adelaide service centre is located next to the Grenfell Street car park. It is open 5 days a week and provides assisted services with Medicare and ATO.

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Centrelink Adelaide Location
Ground Floor
Shop G47, Rundle Place
88 Grenfell Street
Adelaide, SA 5000
Australia

Phone Number
13 62 40
Write, email or fax

Opening Hours (Adelaide)
Monday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Tuesday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Thursday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Friday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


 
When visiting any Centrelink office consider the following to make the trip quick:

  • Arrive early to avoid long queues during the day
  • Bring all the documentation you need to avoid delays and return visits
  • Try not to book other appointments, giving yourself adequate time for delays.

Additional Financial Help

In addition to financial assistance from Centrelink, there are other social services like non-profits that can help with bills, rent, food and small cash loans or grants. If you are struggling with your finances, there are multiple things you can do to help improve your situations.

Bill Smoothing – A highly effective budgeting tactic used by utility companies but can be used across all bills. This helps keep monthly expenses at a low manageable amount and avoids large one off bills like rego.
Advanced Payment – For those collecting Centrelink benefits, this allows you to access a portion of your future payments to pay for current needs.
Financial Counsellors – For any general or serious financial issues, counsellors can assist. They have the ability to provide professional advice on all situations. They also have strong partnerships with most financial aid programs to help.
Centrelink Loans – If you are in a situation that requires cash, there are a range of responsible lending providers that help Centrelink recipients. Loans range from $100 to $4000 depending on lender and need.
Other Loan Options – In addition to the above, there are a range of other loan options for low income earners. This includes, bad credit, emergency, unemployed, single parent and more.

For a full list of Centrelink contact numbers visit here or login to your Centrelink Online Services myGov account to review your account or apply for online services.

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