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

Guide Dog in harness

Respect my uniform

21 April, 2016
Our Respect My Uniform campaign urges the community to not distract working Guide Dogs.

Young boy with vision loss practices self-defence technique with Guide Dogs Orientation and Mobility Specialist, Haylee Tumanik

Shake it off

18 April, 2016
Self-defence course empowers young people with vision loss

Kay Janet Stubbs driving a tractor on her property in Pitt Town.

Farmer's generous donation

18 April, 2016
The generosity of a farmer will be marked with the unveiling of a plaque.

Artist Susan Oxenham in front her paintings hanging on a wall at the Penrith Library,

Longsighted at the Library

18 April, 2016
Susan Oxenham saw more than the inner most layer of her eye on a scan of her retina.