These school holidays Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is holding a free program designed to provide children with vision impairment with the skills to safely catch public transport.
In celebration of the Mudgee Small Farm Field Days’ 40th anniversary, the community is invited to drop by the Guide Dogs NSW/ACT stand in the Founders Pavilion to meet Aboriginal Elder Aunty Mary Hooker.
During the second week of July, Gulliver, the world’s largest Guide Dog will roll into town to celebrate a special exhibition at Yamba Museum.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT urgently needs to find caring homes for 30 Guide Dog puppies
Nathan Johnston is preparing for his fifth City2Surf run, despite being legally blind, and is encouraging others to get involved too.
Being blind since birth hasn't stopped Lara Nakhle's big dreams for her musical career.
Meet the new graduates: Jet, Nealie, Nelda, Nevada, Obie, Olana, Oria, Panther, Patsy, Penny, Pilot and Quota.
This week, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT ran a self-defence course in Coffs Harbour for clients with sight loss to learn personal safety skills.
Gulliver, the world’s biggest Guide Dog, went on a road trip across Northern NSW to help spread an important message.
The Centre for Eye Health (CFEH) has won the ‘Excellence in Social Enterprise’ category at the South Eastern Sydney Regional Business Awards.