Looking for information resources and programs designed and developed in Australia specifically for young people?


At Odds

This site is the result of input from young people to raise awareness of the indicators of harmful or risky behaviour in relation to gambling.

At Odds can help you:

  • Understand gambling
  • Talk to a friend or family member you are concerned about
  • Check on your own gambling

You can find the At Odds site here


Love the Game - Not the Odds

Love the Game - Not the Odds is a program for kids, parents, schools and sporting clubs.  It provides resources and activities to help spread the “Love the Game” message across Victoria.

You can find out more here


Young Aboriginal People's Gambling Awareness Program

This program has been designed in collaboration with Aboriginal Gambler's Help services to help young Aboriginal people gain an understanding of the nature and potential risks of gambling.

The program is delivered by professional educators via interactive workshops for both sporting clubs and schools.

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Reclaim the Game

This program seeks to raise awareness around sports betting for young people; working with sporting codes and teams to Reclaim the Game.  The program provides information about sports betting, tips on how to stay in control and how to get help if you or someone you know has a problem.

You can find out more here


Young People Talk About their Experience with Gambling

GambleAware NSW has released videos of two young men, Sam and Jahin, talking about their experiences of gambling, sharing their concerns and advice to other young people.

You can view the videos here


Here for the Game

This program is an awareness and education initiative exploring sports betting and young people, working with sporting clubs Here for the Game in South Australia.

You can find out more here