Kidsafe NSW promotes child injury prevention and education in an effort to preserve and protect the lives of our children.
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National Kidsafe Day 2016 

Tuesday 25 October 2016

Thank you to Ice Age Collision Course, Lendlease, and Kidsafe Ambassador and Wallaby legend Brendan Cannon for a successful National Kidsafe Day 2016!

Continue to support Kidsafe by downloading and sharing Road Safety resources with Scrat and the herd from Ice Age.

Welcome to Kidsafe NSW

On this website you will find information about current news and events, information sheets, resources and program information to help keep children safe.

Child safety is an important issue and we hope this website will help spread the word to make Australia a safer place for children

Donate Now!

It is with this generous support that Kidsafe NSW is able to provide community education and injury prevention programs in the area of playground safety, road safety, home safety, water safety.  Click here to donate now and help create 'a safer world for kids.'

Kidsafe Office Temporarily Relocated

As of Monday 17 October 2016 until end November/early December, there will be no access to Kidsafe House and Playground.

Please be advised that during this time we cannot have visitors to Kidsafe House and Playground.

The Kidsafe Office will be temporarily relocated to Suite 5, Level 1, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead Medical Centre, Hainsworth Street, in front of the Children’s Hospital multistorey car park. This temporary relocation is required due to construction work at the hospital.

You may continue to purchase products via our website or by phone and we will be available for website, email and telephone enquiries as per usual.

The Playground Advisory Unit will continue to conduct comprehensive playground inspections during this time.  

Please visit the Kidsafe NSW website for regular updates. For further information, please contact Kidsafe NSW on 02 9845-0890 or send an email to

If you would like to read more about the hospital redevelopment, please click on the link below: