Calling Dads and kids in Mandurah and Pinjarra! Join 4Dads for free events including Breakfast Club, Playgroup, Daddy Disco and others.
Our new Term 3 schedule for 2023 is available now.
Support service for anyone considering applying to The National Redress Scheme
Over the last 70 years Relationships Australia WA has been providing relationship support services for individuals, couples, families and communities.
A marriage or significant relationship breakup launches us into uncharted seas. But it’s important to know that you can move on and you will move on.
Counselling is an opportunity to discuss issues that are causing concern in a supportive, respectful and confidential environment.
We support and encourage initiatives that promote human relationships which are based upon respect, dignity and non-violence.
Find out more about our Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
We use accredited mediators and family dispute resolution practitioners, who have a range of backgrounds including counselling, psychology, social work, family therapy, law and management.
If you live in Albany, Bunbury, Busselton, Cockburn, Kwinana, Mandurah, Manjimup, Margaret River or Rockingham you can get free support through our 4families service.
Relationships Australia WA supports people who are thinking about making an application for the National Redress Scheme.
headspace Bunbury and satellite services in Busselton and Margaret River have received a welcome funding boost from WA Primary Health Alliance, the operato...
Relationships Australia WA is pleased to announce that Vice President Noelene Jennings PSM was elected as President and Chair of the Board of Relationships A...
Calling all Dads living in Bunbury and Busselton! In August our 4families team will be running two free 7-week programs for Dads to help them teach children ...
To contact your nearest branch call 1300 364 277
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Relationships Australia WA acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land and waters on which we live and work, and pays our respects to Elders past, present and future for they carry the cultural wisdom, the stories, the traditions and dreaming. With a commitment to reconciliation, we acknowledge the ongoing impact of past policies and practices, and commit our endeavours to creating a just society and sector that celebrates the ongoing resilience and self-determination of our first peoples and communities.