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2021 Census information hubs available with local help

Media Release

Across the country, Census information hubs will provide local help for people in their community for the 2021 Census.

Information hubs provide on-the-ground, face-to-face help to make it easier for people to complete the Census. Hubs are located in high traffic areas such as shopping centres and supermarkets.

In Kalgoorlie, the hub is located at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Library and Woolworths - Kalgoorlie Central from Thursday 12 August 2021 until Monday 16 August 2021.

The Census counts each household and person in Australia on Census night, Tuesday 10 August. It’s used to inform important decisions about transport, schools, health care, infrastructure and business. It also helps plan local services for individuals, families and communities.

Georgia Chapman, Director of Census Inclusive Strategies, said “We are making it as easy as possible for people to participate in the 2021 Census with a range of support and assistance to help people complete their Census form, this includes our information hubs.”

Census staff will be available to support the community by providing information, access to paper forms and raising local awareness about the benefits to everyone by completing the Census.

Fill in the form sessions and information sessions will also be held in a range of community settings, including local libraries and community centres.

An interactive map with the locations of face to face help is available on the Census website at census.abs.gov.au/supporters/find-us.

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