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Here are some Auslan videos of different tools and information that may be useful for you:

Auslan Cooking Classes

Auslan Cooking Classes is set up by Kirk and Lana Barnett. This is a good Auslan cooking resource if you want to learn how to cook a few dishes!

Click here to go to the Facebook page.

Click here to go to the YouTube Channel.


Conexu Foundation


A website with resources for deaf and hard of hearing people to find the latest information on communication technology.

Click here to go to the website.

Click here to go to TechFinder YouTube Channel.



OpenAccess Tours – Auslan and captioned Tours

OpenAccess Tours is a free app to download and take with you to a muesum, gallery, park, zoo and other destinations.

Click here to go the website for more information.

Click here to download the app.



Emergency Information

Vicdeaf has set up a website with information about what to do in floods, heatwave, storms and cyclones. There are Auslan videos and English information.

Click here to go to the Deaf Emergency Information website.

Queensland Fire and Rescue Service has produced 10 short Auslan videos about fire safety in and out of the home.

Click here to go to QFRS Catching Fire Series on YouTube.

National Disability Insurance Scheme

In Australia, people with a disability will be able to access funding from the Australian government to provide you access, support and information.

Click here to go to the website for full information.

National Relay Service

National Relay Service is a telephone service for deaf, hard of hearing and speech-impaired. You can call anywhere in Australia. You can try a call demo on the NRS to see how it works here.

Click here to go to NRS website.

Click here to go to NRS YouTube Channel.

Auslan Stage Left – Theatre Etiquette

Click here to go to Auslan Stage Left to see a list of upcoming Auslan interpreted shows.

There are more Auslan videos produced by Vicdeaf, Deaf Society, Deaf Services Queensland and more.

Auslan videos by Vicdeaf

Auslan videos by Deaf Society

Auslan videos by Deaf Services Queensland

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