Help change a life with a gift in your Will

Give the gift of a life-changing Guide Dog to someone with low vision or blindness.

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Help change a life with a gift in your Will

Get your free Gifts in Wills Guide to learn how a gift in your Will can transform lives.

A lady is holding a guide dog.

Help change a life with a gift in your Will

Give the gift of a life-changing Guide Dog to someone with low vision or blindness.

A lady is holding a guide dog. Learn more

Help change a life with a gift in your Will

Get your free Gifts in Wills Guide to learn how a gift in your Will can transform lives.

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Where can a Guide Dog go?

When a Guide Dog is in a harness, it is working and assisting the person with low vision to move around safely and independently.

A person using a harnessed Guide Dog is allowed entry into all public places. It is an offence to deny or charge a fee for the entry of a Guide Dog. Police and other authorised officers can issue on-the-spot fines or take further summary action on any violation of these access rights.

Golden Guide Dog walking through a shopping complex with a person with low vision.

How to interact with a person and their Guide Dog

It takes a lot of concentration for a person with low vision to work safely with their Guide Dog. Please don’t pat, feed or otherwise distract the Guide Dog when it is working.

Ask first if the person needs assistance. People who use Guide Dogs have been trained in the most effective ways to control their dog’s behaviour, so please only provide assistance if it is requested.

A young client with their Guide Dog at the airport, looking out the window at a Qantas plane.