This resource page is a collection of external links to websites which contain information of interest to people who use dog guides.
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Any external link provided on this page is solely for the information and convenience of users of this website. DGHA assumes no responsibility for the content of any external sites which are accessible from this web page.
Website: Guide Dogs NSW/ACT Website
Telephone: (02) 9412 9300
Address: 2-4 Thomas Street, Chatswood NSW 2067.
Website: Guide Dogs Victoria Website
Phone: (03) 9854 4467
Address: Chandler Highway, Kew, Victoria, 3101.
Phone: (08) 9311 8202
Address: 61 Kitchener Avenue, Victoria Park, Western Australia.
Website: Guide Dogs QLD Website
Phone:(Freecall) 1800 810 122
Address: 1978 Gympie Road, Bald Hills, Qld, 4036
Website: SEDA Website
Phone: (Freecall) 1 800 037 773
Address: 13 Barrett Street, Kensington Victoria.
Website: Guide Dogs Tasmania Website
Phone: (Freecall) 1800 484 333
Address: 64 Elizabeth Street, Hobart Tasmania 7000.
Website: <Guide Dogs SA/NT Website
Phone: (Freecall) 1800 738 855
Address: 251 Morphett Street Adelaide SA 5000
Website: RSB Website
Phone: (Freecall) 1800 442 832
Address: 11 Blacks Road, Gilles Plains SA 5086
This site provides information about Australian and international Service/Assistance Dog Legislation.
Australia Service Dog Central
This website has information for people who are travelling internationally with their dog guides.
There are links to documentation required for importing Disability Assistance Dogs into Australia.
This website provides information and resources for people partnered with guide, hearing, and service dogs.
This website profiles an American dog guide handlers association.
GDUI strives to promote civil rights and enhance the quality of life for working guide dog teams.
Drawing on the experiences and varied knowledge of its members, GDUI provides peer support, advocacy and information to guide dog users everywhere
Guide Dog Users Inc
This website provides a comprehensive range of services, information and downloads for people who are blind or vision impaired. You can join in informative online discussion sessions with guest speakers on various topics of interest.
Accessible World Website
This is the website of Daniel Kish, who is a blind Orientation & Mobility specialist, who teaches echo location techniques.
World Access for the Blind Website
This is an email discussion list for Dog Guide users around Australia and New Zealand.
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In the subject line, type subscribe.
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