Community Centre kiosk becomes local hub
Neo is proud to be part of a new Department of Justice kiosk initiative in Melbourne's western suburbs.
Maribyrnong City Council is providing an interactive kiosk with large buttons, simple navigation and a built-in printer at the Braybrook Community Centre. It can provide convenient easy access to various services such as rental rights, legal assistance, paying fines and registering births, deaths and marriages.
We often assume that everyone is online but research shows that many Victorians still don't have a home internet connection or access to a printer.
Another advantage is the provision of a Vietnamese-language menu which will assist the large local Vietnamese speaking community.
The new Braybrook Community Centre will become a 'hub' of the local community, and the new interactive digital kiosk will help to provide convenient access to information and services from the department.