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Transport

Train Station Orientation

Settlement Services International (SSI) supports new arrivals to understand the local train system in Coffs Harbour.

Drive Safe in WA

Drive Safe in WA is designed to provide refugees and migrants with an overview of WA road rules, purchasing a safe vehicle and child restraints.

Youth Public Transport Marathon

Migrant Information Centre Eastern Melbourne held a Youth Public Transport Marathon that focused on building newly arrived young people's confidence and knowledge of public transport.

Road Safety Education

A series of road safety education sessions were delivered by the Northern Area MRC and regional MRCs in South Australia

DriveAbout App

The DriveAbout App assists young drivers and drivers from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds to stay safe by improving their understanding of Australian road rules.

The Learner Driving Mentor Program

SydWest Multicultural Services assists new arrivals through the process of getting their driving licence which brings independence to their settlement.

Road Ready and Learn to Drive programs

The Migrant and Refugee Settlement Services of the ACT offers a road safety course and subsidised driving lessons with an accredited driving instructor to new arrivals as a part of the organisation's community development program. Learning to drive, and understanding Australia's road rules, is crucial to developing independence and maintaining sustainable employment.

Passport to Drive Program

The Multicultural Council of The Northern Territory has developed a driver education program unique to the NT designed to assist recently arrived refugees to become safe and competent drivers and attain their driver’s licenses in a cost-effective and timely manner.