This site provides information and helpful ideas about bullying. We welcome your feedback and suggestions for the site.
Before you contact us, please check out things we get asked the most at Bullying. No Way!
Need help – someone to talk to
For young people - If you want to talk to someone now, go to Kids Helpline or call them on 1800 55 1800. It's a free call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
eheadspace also offers online chat or email support services for young people and their families. If you prefer you can phone them on 1800 650 890; a free call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you're outside Australia, Child Helpline International is a global portal for all child helplines around the world. Click on the 'Where We Work' tab, select your continent or country on the world map, and a list of relevant child helplines will display.
For parents and caregivers - If you have specific concerns about your child at school, please contact the principal of your school. If you want to speak to someone else about your child, please contact the parent line in your area.
Things we get asked the most - your answer might be here
For assistance with school and university assignments and projects – Please note the Bullying. No Way! team does not provide individual email replies or phone interviews for school and university assignments and projects.
We encourage you to explore the Bullying. No Way! website where you'll find sections designed specifically for students, teachers and parents. If you follow the links, they take you to information about responses to bullying in Australia and related organisations.
Professionals and commercial organisations sharing resources – Individuals and organisations are welcome to share information about their anti-bullying related resources and products with Bullying. No Way!
Please note, however, that as a government-funded initiative, Bullying. No Way! cannot endorse commercial products. Bullying. No Way! is managed by the Safe and Supportive School Communities (SSSC) Working Group which includes representatives from the Commonwealth, states and territories, national Catholic and independent schooling sectors.
You can also write to us at the address below. Please include your name and address if you would like us to reply to you.
Bullying. No Way!
c/- State Schools Operations
Department of Education and Training
P.O. Box 15033
CITY EAST QLD 4002