Welcome to BushED, a respected organisation established in 2021 to address the unique challenges faced by families in rural, indigenous and isolated regions of Australia. Our focus is to provide crucial educational support, comprehensive health and post-natal family care service and disaster assistance in these areas.
A Victoria University study, titled “Young people in rural and remote communities frequently missing out,” states Australia continues to face a significant challenge in providing quality education to those living outside urban centres. The study highlights that location and isolation are significant factors affecting the educational outcomes of children in rural and remote areas of Australia. These same issues affect access to health care services with remote Australians facing reduced state and federally supported health services.
Bushed Australia provides education and family support assistance to remote and isolated families engaged in agriculture. Each year over 3000 children attend distance education, and 7000 new children are born into families isolated from basic support and care services. Access to a quality education and health service should the right of every Australia. Support our farmers and their families.
Our unwavering commitment and passion drive our vision to bridge the educational gap for children in rural and remote Australia. We firmly believe that no child should be denied quality education based solely on their geographical location. By leveraging our determination and expertise, we aspire to empower these young minds, opening doors of opportunity that might otherwise remain closed.
We believe that all Australian’s should have access to quality health care and support services no matter their location, especially in rural and remote regions.
At BushED, we invite you to join us in our transformative journey, making a lasting impact on the educational landscape, provision of health care and disaster assistance to rural and remote Australians. Let us come together and create a brighter future for the children and families of rural and remote Australia.