Get help at a virtual office

Legal Aid WA has a network of virtual offices in local community agencies across the state.  

What is a virtual office?

Using high quality visual and audio technology, clients have face-to-face legal advice appointments from an office in their local community with a Legal Aid WA lawyer working from a different location.  

What can I get help with?

We offer these appointments across a range of civil law, criminal law and family law matters.

Where are the virtual offices located?

Virtual offices are located at:

  • The Citizens Advice Bureau offices at Armadale, Joondalup, Mandurah and Midland
  • Hope Community Services at Esperance, Karratha and Leonora, and 
  • The Karrayili Adult Education Centre in Fitzroy Crossing.  

Telephone appointments are available through Youth Justice Services at Halls Creek and Meekatharra

How do I make an appointment?

To make an appointment to see a lawyer using the virtual office service:

Citizens Advice Bureau
Shop 6, Armadale Shopping Centre
Orchard Road
Armadale WA 6112

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Hope Community Services
Esperance Business Centre
74 Dempster Street
Esperance WA 6450

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Fitzroy Crossing
Karrayili Adult Education Centre
8 Flynn Drive
Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765

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Halls Creek
Youth Justice Services
71 Thomas Street
Halls Creek WA 6770

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Citizens Advice Bureau
Suite 5, Lotteries House
70 Davidson Terrace
Joondalup WA 6027

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Hope Community Services
Shop 3, Karratha Village Shopping Centre
5 – 15 Sharpe Avenue
Karratha WA 6714

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Hope Community Services
Shop 2, 72 Tower Street
Leonora WA 6438

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Citizens Advice Bureau
Mewburn Centre
13 Sholl Street
Mandurah WA 6210

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Youth Justice Services
Corner Savage and Spencer Streets
Meekatharra WA 6642

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Citizens Advice Bureau
Unit 6, Tuckers Arcade
6 Old Great Northern Highway
Midland WA 6056

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Reviewed: 7 April 2020


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