Welcome to Guide Dogs NSW/ACT

Our Mission
We exist to enhance the independence and safe mobility of people who are blind or vision impaired.

Our Vision
Vision loss will not limit independence


What We Do

Guide Dogs client, Lillian Wang receiving assistance with using a caneWe train people with impaired vision to use canes, canines and electronic aids to improve their mobility, independence and safety.

Make A Referral

Refer HereFor family, friends, health professionals, specialists- use this section if someone you know is experiencing problems with their vision.

Guide Dogs

Guide Dog workingGuide Dogs NSW/ACT is the state's largest provider of Guide Dogs to people who are blind and vision impaired.

News & Events

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Wet Nose Day

28 February, 2016
Come and join the fun of Wet Nose Day at Western Sydney Parklands, 10.30am - 3pm on Sunday 28th Feb.

Two participants taking part in a leg-strengthening exercise while holding onto chairs.

Stride Out Safe & Steady

12 February, 2016
Free exercise program for seniors to reduce the risk of falls.

Volunteers Scott Driver and Travis Evans standing in front of Gulliver, the world's biggest Guide Dog

Help the Guide Dogs Centre

09 February, 2016
Guide Dogs is urgently seeking volunteers to help out at the Guide Dogs Centre.

Justin Simpson crouching down on the grass to pat his blond Guide Dog, Yarrin.

Invaluable support

04 February, 2016
Justin Simpson thanks Guide Dogs and vet for invaluable support.