Assistance Dogs Australia

Service Description

Supports people with disabilities to gain independence and freedom by use of trained assistance dogs. Dogs are trained to perform everyday tasks for people with disabilities. Dogs are provided to people with many different disabilities, including people living with autism, post traumatic stress, dementia, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and other debilitating illness, including accident survivors, schools and care facilities. We also offer Animal Assisted Therapy with our Occupational Therapists.

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm


Referral System

Self referral or other services

Service Fees

Contact for details of fees

Disability Access

Yes. Ground level

Organisational Information

Area Served


Parent Organisation

Assistance Dogs Australia

Postal Address

PO Box R1294

Royal Exchange



Other Information

Volunteering Opportunities

Yes, Puppy educators needed!

Last Updated: 24 November 2023