Welcome to Harbour

Navigating Change Lighting The Way To a Brighter Future

Providing life-changing support for women and children affected by domestic and family violence. If you do not feel safe, call us now!

Are you in danger? Get Help Now.

Crisis Care

If you are in immediate risk of harm and in need of a safe and secure location, contact the Domestic Violence Helpline.

Need Assistance?

Talk to one of our advocates about what is happening and how we can help you plan your escape.

Do you spend a lot of time keeping yourself and your children safe from someone in your life?

At Harbour we offer a wide range of free services including emergency accommodation, trauma and drug or alcohol counselling, mobile outreach, financial counselling, and a Safe at Home program. We offer Transitional Housing where rent is calculated to income. Our service model is based on assisting you to achieve your goals through information, advocacy, referral, and empowerment as you rebuild your life in safety.

Crisis Accommodation
Safe at Home
Outreach Service
Financial Counselling
Counselling for Trauma, Drug or Alcohol Dependence
Transitional Housing
Child Advocacy
Emergency Relief

Join us in making a difference for others

Donations and Partners

There are various ways you can contribute to Harbour’s mission. Consider making a financial donation, donating goods and services, or exploring other creative avenues to show your support. 

Become a Member

Become a valued member of Harbour and support the organisation’s purpose and values while being a vital Ambassador spreading awareness, hope, and support for those affected by domestic violence. 

Work with Us

Whether you’re seeking employment, a student placement, or a voluntary position, Harbour provides a supportive, rewarding, and empowering environment. Explore the opportunities at Harbour today.

Acknowledgement To Country

Harbour wishes to acknowledge the Wardandi Noongar people who are the traditional custodians of the land upon which we work and live.

We pay our respects to Elders past and present and acknowledge the Wardandi people’s continuing cultural connections to land, sea and community.

We recognize that sovereignty of this land was not voluntarily ceded

A Message of Recognition

Harbour acknowledges the survivors of family and domestic violence and those who did not survive as well as family and friends who have lost loved ones to this crime.


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