This site is dedicated to the safety and well-being of our most valuable asset - children.

Here you'll find tips on protecting your children from abduction and assault, safety at home, on the road and at play.

We've also included access to valuable resources such as specialists in children's welfare and government agencies. We'll also confront different issues facing today's children, such as bullying, homelessness, and depression.


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Safety Awareness Tip
Bites & Stings Safety

Australia has some of the most poisonous creatures in the world. Children are sometimes bitten or stung inside the house, in the backyard, in the bush and at the beach. It is therefore important to be trained in first aid and keep a first aid kit on hand, in the home, in the car or when going on a bushwalk or holidays.

Many children are admitted to hospital each year as a result of dog bites. Those children most at risk of dog bites are under four years of age. They are often bitten by their own dog at home and around their face and head.