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

Stan Punch using a magnifer to read.

Continue watching television

28 September, 2015
Having trouble watching TV? Visit a free clinic in Macksville.

A wire sculpture against the rural backdrop of Rosby Winery.

Sculptures in the Garden

23 September, 2015
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a weekend of culture.

Woman walking a Guide Dog in harness

In the field for awareness

22 September, 2015
Guide Dogs will be at the Henty Field Days this week.

Minister for Disability Services John Ajaka with Lauren Henley.

Pedestrians break canes

16 September, 2015
Distracted pedestrians have been blamed for cane destruction.