COVID-19 Response

June 09, 2020

Junction is closely monitoring and managing risks associated with the COVID-19 outbreak for our staff, clients, tenants and communities.

Changes to services are being implemented in line with World Health Organisation (WHO) and Australian Government requirements.


(Homelessness, Domestic Violence, Counselling, Support)

New or existing clients are encouraged to ring 8392 3000 for assistance or 1300 694 961 (Fleurieu Domestic Violence Support).

If you don’t have access to a phone or need to speak with someone in person, you are welcome to attend our offices/sites.

Please note: Anyone presenting at our offices/sites will be required to abide by physical distancing guidelines. Thank you for your co-operation.


Our offices have now re-opened. Tenants who prefer to make rent payments in person can do so at any of our offices (Parkside, Goolwa, Marion or Junction Centre – Christies Beach) minding physical distancing requirements.

If you have any queries, you can call your Housing Manager or ring 8275 8700.


As usual, contact our Maintenance team on 8210 7010 if you have a maintenance question, issue or request.

Contractors can still attend your home to undertake work.

While attending a maintenance job at your home, all contractors are required to observe physical distancing requirements. This could include asking you questions before they begin to help ensure everyone’ safety.

If you are concerned or have any questions, please speak with your Housing Manager.


In line with the Government’s three-step plan to ease COVID restrictions, our Community Centres have re-opened. However, capacity is limited in line with regulations. As a result, attendance at our centres is being managed by our staff to ensure everyone’s safety.

For specific information about programs, activities at our Centres, please call:

Hackham Community Centre (HCC) on 8186 6944 or visit their Facebook page.

Kangaroo Island Community Centre on 85523809 or visit their Facebook page.



Junction Senior Councillor Sheila Davidson has shared some tips to help us through challenging times.

Trust these sources to stay up to date with reliable information about COVID-19.