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Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) (Cth)
T: 1800 228 333
National Relay Service:133 677 then 1800 228 333

Adelaide Registry
2nd Floor
1 King William Street
Adelaide, SA 5000

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The role of the AAT is to provide independent merits review of administrative decisions. The Tribunal aims to provide a mechanism of review that is fair, just, economical, informal and quick. As of 1 July 2015 the Social Security Appeals Tribunal, the Migration Review Tribunal and the Refugee Rev...

The Tribunal reviews a wide range of administrative decisions made by Australian Government ministers, departments, agencies, authorities and other tribunals. The Tribunal can also review administrative decisions made by state government and non-government bodies in limited circumstances.

Legal Services Commission of SA, The
T: (08) 8111 5555
T: Advice Line: 1300 366 424

159 Gawler Place
Adelaide, SA 5001
F: (08) 8111 5500

Duty Solicitor Office Adelaide Magistrates Court
Victoria Square
Adelaide, SA 5000
T: (08) 8111 5470
F: (08) 8463 3537

Elizabeth Office
Ground Floor
Windsor Building
Elizabeth City Centre
Elizabeth, SA 5112
T: (08) 8111 5400
F: (08) 8207 9333

Holden Hill Chambers
Tenancy 7
560 North East Road
Holden Hill, SA 5088
T: (08) 8111 5440
F: (08) 8369 1066

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Welfare Rights Centre (SA) Inc

Level 5
97 Pirie Street
Adelaide, SA 5000
T: (08) 8223 1338
F: (08) 8232 5835

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Welfare Rights exists to assist you to challenge incorrect Centrelink decisions. We can advise you on your rights and on your legal entitlements. We can ring Centrelink on your behalf and attempt to resolve your problem, whether it be an overpayment. an underpayment or a decision not to pay you a...

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