Patron: Commander 3rd Brigade, Brigadier David McCammon DSM and Bar
Homebase for the Veteran Community in Townsville
1 Staging Camp Ave, Oonoonba. Drop-in M-F 0900-1500, after hours upon booking. Dirty Boots Cafe M-F 0730-1400. All closed on W/E and public holidays, unless booked.
[for navigation apps you may have better luck with 20 Darter Street, Oonoonba until actual is recognised on all platforms]
What is your role in The Oasis Townsville?
I am Lucia Taylor and am a Director of Oasis Townsville commencing my appointment in August 2021. As part of the leadership team, I hope to provide, with my experience as a Lawyer having held similar board positions, expertise in governance which will assist in Oasis achieving its mission and goals within the community.
Tell us about yourself
As a born and bred Townsvillian, I have grown up in a Defence Community and professionally have assisted Veterans to resolve their legal issues. Through this association, I am keenly aware of the challenges Veterans face in assimilating into the community after they leave the ADF.
Why have you joined the team at The Oasis Townsville?
The Oasis Townsville is a highly valued facility for the Townsville community, and I am honoured to be involved in it's operation and growth at a Board level.
What are you most proud of in your life?
I was a Board Member for Queensland Legal Aid for 3 years and have been on many local community organisations including the Townsville Community Legal Service, North Queensland Women's Legal Service, North Queensland Community Foundation, School Boards and Sporting Associations.
What’s the best fun you’ve had with family and/or friends?
When I am not working or involved in my families many varied activities, I enjoy cycling involving regular Charity Rides. I also enjoy the regular practice Yoga and Meditation and am a keen reader.