St John Ambulance Australia provides a range of important community services across the country. The majority of these 1,341,510 hours of services are provided by our 12,631 volunteers - the backbone of St John Ambulance Australia.
Click on one of the service areas below to find out more:
First Aid Services at public events and during emergencies.
Community Care services to members of the community who need support with everyday activities, are suffering from illness or are feeling isolated due to a lack of mobility.
Ophthalmic programs in Katherine (Northern Territory), Oecussi (East Timor) and the St John Eye Hospital in Jerusalem.
Youth programs and services including St John Ambulance Juniors and Cadets as well as programs to support young people in the community.
Project HeartStart Australia which sees life-saving defibrillators placed in publicly-accessible locations around Australia.
To find out more about accessing a St John Ambulance community service in your state or territory click here.
To find out more about becoming a St John Ambulance volunteer click here.