Amber Community is marking 30 years

Amber Community invites you to mark our 30 Year Anniversary

Join us as we mark 30 years of supporting people impacted by road trauma and addressing the attitudes and behaviours of road users through education.

Friday 26 July 2024 
5:30pm - 7:30pm

Sweet Lime Cafe
Building 1/630 Mitcham Rd, Mitcham VIC 3132

Light refreshments will be served
Dress smart casual

RSVP by Friday 19 July 2024, places are limited. Please include any dietary requirements.

This is a free event.

Parking and public transport information

For visitors, there is half-hour and two-hour parking out the front of the building on Redland Drive. There is all-day parking opposite the building. Make sure you check the parking signs.

The main public transport is by train services at Mitcham Station via the Belgrave and Lilydale lines. Mitcham Station (1.7 km from the office) Mitcham Rd/Calcutta St Mitcham VIC 3132

Bus 736 or 765 from Mitcham Station (Delhi St/Mitcham Road) departs every 15 minutes and drops off at Premier Ave/Mitcham Road.


Wheelchair, mobility scooter and pram accessible.

Our history

Amber Community was founded in 1994 by a small group of people whose lives had been directly impacted by road trauma. These people understood the need for a specialist service where support could be offered to those who, like them, were suffering because of the injury or loss of a loved one on the roads. They joined with professionals working in the area to provide counselling and support.

From this humble beginning in 1994, Amber Community has grown to offer state-wide counselling and support to people affected by a road incident. Amber Community now comprises a team of staff and volunteers who provide support and education services to more than 10,000 people annually.

If you have any questions, please email us or call us at 1300 367 797. We are happy to help.