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

16 graduating Guide Dogs sit on grass in a row

Meet the June 2016 Guide Dog graduates

01 July, 2016
Thanks to the wonderful support of donors and volunteers, 16 dogs have recently graduated from their Guide Dog training.

Gary who won a gold medal with his brother Rod on the bowling green.

Bowling over the competition

30 June, 2016
At his first Australian titles, Gary Edman, who is blind, was thrilled to take home a gold medal.

Brie sitting in the garden with Unix on her lap.

Student learns the paw-fect lesson

30 June, 2016
Brie Rigby raises a Guide Dog puppy for a school assignment.

Free Falls Seminar

29 June, 2016
Guide Dogs is running a FREE seminar in Chatswood to help seniors reduce their risk of falls.