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Gordon Reid opens electorate office in West Gosford

Member for Robertson Dr Gordon Reid has open his electorate office in West Gosford.

He said he was ready to assist residents with federal government departments and community issues.

"It's great to now have an official office space where the team and I are able to get down to business and start working to represent residents at a federal level," Dr Reid said.

"Our office will be able to assist with key federal government departments including Services Australia, veteran affairs, defence, industrial relations and many more."

Dr Reid has encouraged residents to visit, call or email his office if they have an issue or any matters that he can resolve.

"I am also particularly interested in hearing the good stories in our community or information about people who deserve recognition for any great work they are doing," Dr Reid said.

"Over the coming days and weeks, our office will be organising listening posts to provide an opportunity for residents to meet their local federal MP and discuss matters of importance. "Our office will work constructively with all Members of Parliament and regardless of political persuasion to get the best outcomes for the people of the Central Coast," he said.

The office is located on Level 3 in the Riverside Building, 69 Central Coast Hwy, West Gosford.

Opening hours are 9am to 5pm weekdays. The phone number is 4322 2400 and email address

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