Inspired by two-year-old Jude, who is vision impaired, a Lidcombe childcare centre invited Guide Dogs NSW/ACT to host a blindfold challenge to celebrate International White Cane Day.
A Guide Dogs Australia survey revealed that 50 per cent of respondents waited more than two years between diagnosis and seeking assistance.
Thanks to the generosity of the Southern Highlands community, a beautiful blonde Labrador named Tulip has graduated as a Guide Dog.
Meet the September 2016 Guide Dog graduates.
Children with vision loss explore Sydney Harbour by ferry.
The sixth annual art exhibition, Sculptures In The Garden in Mudgee, will once again raise funds for Guide Dogs.
Stop by the Guide Dogs stand to learn about our free services.
A Cromer woman, who affectionately refers to her Guide Dog as a member of the family, has been appointed as a PR Speaker.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is inviting people living and working in the Southern Tablelands area to come together for a special presentation.
Thanks to you, more Australians are safer, more independent and living their lives to the fullest.