Helping Australian country kids

No distance
too far

When children in rural and remote areas have health and developmental problems, the right help can be a long way away. However being far from help, doesn’t mean they are far from hope. We help to assess, treat and support children and families going through growing pains.


Health assessment

Your journey with us begins with a comprehensive screening and assessment in-community, at Manly or via videolink.

Health intervention

Children can access a care plan, therapy and ongoing support and intervention where needed. We offer support in Manly or via videolink through our Telecare programs.

Family support

We offer ongoing therapy, parenting support, care coordination, and capacity building for families and schools via videolink as well as onsite in Manly.

The lives we improve

Jason's story

Jason had delayed speech development. By taking part in Royal Far West’s Telecare program, he’s racing ahead.

Daniel's story

Daniel suffered from a severe behavioural disorder. Royal Far West provided the ongoing specialist treatment..

Kim's story

Kim has three children that all benefit from specialist care. That could mean days spent driving...

Three ways you can help


Every dollar goes to to support country children. We’re funded by a combination of your donations, investments, government grants and corporate partnerships. Anything you give is enormously appreciated. Donations over $2 are tax deductible.  

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Sausage sizzles, fun runs, marathon bike rides – anyone can help out with a little imagination and inspiration. Find out how you can get involved.

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Without volunteers, we couldn’t function. Many volunteers are long-term regulars, others offer their skills for a specific event. Even if you only have a few hours to spare, we’d love to have you!

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From the frontline

10th July 2018
Senate Enquiry – Mental Health
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28th March 2018
Ride For Country Kids 2018
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9th April 2018
Hope for Change in Neuro-Disability Statistics
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