Women's Safety

You always have the right to be safe from any form of sexual harassment, sexual assault or domestic abuse - whether you're on campus, online or at home.  If you've been subjected to or have experienced abuse, remember: it is never your fault and there is support available both at UniSA and externally. 

To find out more, please access the Women's Safety Webinar below.

UniSA’s Counselling Service offers free and confidential short-term counselling to students studying onshore in Australia to help with managing any personal issues that could affect your studies.

UniSA Out-of-Hours Crisis Line: 

1300 107 441 or text 0488 884 163

(Out-of-Hours runs between 5pm and 9am on weekdays and 24 hours on weekends and public holidays).

South Australia

Women's Safety Services SA (WSSSA) provides support for women and their children.

1800 800 098


Women’s Information Service provides information for women about services and resources

1800 188 158


Women’s Health Service provides medical and counselling services for women experiencing domestic and family violence related health issues.  More information is available vis their website.

Legal Services Commission of SA offers free legal services to survivors of domestic and family violence. More information about accessing this service is available via the Commission’s website.


1800RESPECT has information about services in each state. 

You can also click on https://www.1800respect.org.au/services to find out what services are available in your area (based on your postcode).   

The Daisy App can also provide information about local services in your area:  https://www.1800respect.org.au/daisy

Women's Safety Webinar

The Women's Safety webinar was hosted in partnership with Women's Safety Services SA and the Office for Women in South Australia. It includes a testimonial from a survivor of domestic abuse, as well as detailed information about the support services available.