Indigenous education around alcohol is an important focus for DrinkWise. DrinkWise provides financial and in-kind support for a number of different programs and initiatives, utilising a tailored broadcast and targeted approach.
DrinkWise has created a series of videos for school and community programs, to educate and build individual capacity to make informed decisions about alcohol.
The second phase of You Got This features a series of six video interviews offering practical tips and experiences that can help school-leavers remain confident and resilient as they embark on life after school.
DrinkWise, in partnership with Retail Drinks Australia, has developed the “Choose to DrinkWise.” initiative which aims to promote responsible alcohol consumption.
Do you or someone you know have a problem with alcohol? Here you'll find where to get help for you, your family or a friend.
The DrinkWise FASD Awareness Program aims to create greater awareness among Australians that FASD is a preventable disorder and reaffirm the risks of drinking alcohol while pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Give your baby the best possible start and avoid the risks of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, you should not drink alcohol. If you are breastfeeding, not drinking alcohol is safest for your baby.
COVID-19 has created great uncertainty for many Australians, particularly in relation to our health, well-being, general feelings of stability and financial security.
DrinkWise has developed consumer information messages for alcohol labels to assist Australian consumers to better understand the facts about alcohol consumption.
DrinkWise created the podcast series 'Bounce Back' to help Australians facing adversity or feeling lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Australia, a standard drink refers to 10 grams of alcohol. On average, this is how much the human body can process in one hour.
Talking to kids about alcohol and setting the boundaries and expectations to keep them safe can be a daunting task. DrinkWise has developed a 5 Point Plan to provide practical advice on how to be a positive influence and delay your child's introduction to alcohol.