Regional Services Reform


​Regional Services Reform


The Government of Western Australia announced regional services reform in May 2015 to improve the lives of Aboriginal people in regional and remote Western Australia. The reform aims to bring about long-term, systemic change.

Regional services reform is focusing on three main areas:

  1. Improved living conditions that enable families to prosper and don't hold them back.
  2. Supporting families to build their skills, and overcome any barriers to doing so, through improved service redesign and delivery.
  3. Education, employment and housing opportunities, and support for families to take them up.

The Regional Services Reform Unit receives funding from State Government service delivery agencies and the Royalties for Regions program.

View the Regional Services Reform website