Guide Dogs SA/NT

Since 1957, Guide Dogs SA/NT has been changing people's lives.

For more than 60 years, Guide Dogs SA/NT has enabled a lifetime of independence, participation, inclusion and wellbeing for people with low vision or blindness and children with autism and their families.

The Guide Dogs SA Association was started by the Adelaide and Unley Apex Groups in 1957. Five years later, South Australia partnered with Northern Territory to become Guide Dogs SA/NT.

From being the first provider of Guide Dogs in South Australia, we have a long history of innovation and finding solutions that will have the biggest, most positive impact on people. We were the first Guide Dogs team to be trained in using ‘sonic spectacles’.

Guide Dogs SA/NT was involved in creating a revolutionary mobile educational display unit, as well as Australia’s first interactive vision and hearing education centre. In 2010, we pioneered the provision of Autism Assistance Dogs.

We have a strong and long-standing reputation for doing what’s right. That’s why Guide Dogs has been voted Australia’s Most Trusted Charity seven years in a row.

Your generous support will help people with low vision or blindness achieve their goals for greater independence.



Beau’s and Guide Dogs SA/NT

Beau’s Pet Hotel is an investment in the long-term sustainability of Guide Dogs. Beau’s cause is to deliver revenue back to Guide Dogs, ensuring Guide Dogs SA/NT can continue providing essential services to people living with disability. 

That’s right! When you book your pooch and catty for a holiday at Beau's, you are helping to create a world where everyone who needs a guide dog, has a guide dog.

Beau’s Pet Hotel

As the first-of-its-kind pet boarding facility in the Adelaide metropolitan area, Beau’s offers dogs and cats state-of-the-art accommodation, grooming and access to veterinary services 7 days a week.

Beau's is conveniently located adjacent to the Adelaide Airport on the south side of Harbour Town in Adelaide, South Australia.



Beau's Pet Hotel would like to thank Jacqueline Phan, Renee Diprose, Aiden Smith and Jordana Mansfield for producing our amazing institutional video.