World Hearing Day 2019

Download World Hearing Day infographic



For organisations and groups, download the We support logo here

For individuals, download the I support logo here

Plan an event

A planning template to help you design an event for World Hearing Day is available to download here


Download the guide

Ideas for your media release

Ideas for your speech

  Click this icon to add your news and photos to our Facebook page

  PowerPoint presentation on hearing Ω

"Protect My Hearing" hand-out Ω

Fact Sheets

Accommodation venues Ω

Business Owners and Managers Ω

Communicate better with people with hearing loss Ω

Conductive Hearing Loss brochure Ω

Frequently Asked Questions Ω

Hearing loss is a widespread disability among older people Ω

Heavy Vehicle drivers Ω

Living with hearing loss Ω

Noise Destroys Ω

Protect your ears from loud music Ω

Protect your hearing Ω

Protection for your ears Ω

Swimmer's or Surfer's Ear Ω

Teachers - Adjustments for students with a hearing impairment Ω

There are different causes of hearing loss Ω

Treating hearing impairment Ω

What is an ear infection? Ω

What is Meniere's disease? Ω

What is tinnitus Ω

Worried about hearing loss? Ω


Brochures Ω

Name tags for your volunteers Ω

Make a statement about excessive noise in public places with "Hear Here" cards Ω

Never too late to hear better is a free video and manual for staff and volunteers in aged care facilities


The NOISE (Non-Occupational Incidents, Situations and Events) database brings together a wide range of leisure noise measurements for researchers and others to explore.

It aims to identify which leisure activities and events pose a risk to hearing health, and to help estimate individuals' noise exposures.

The NOISE database has been collecting data since 2008, and is managed by the National Acoustics Laboratories, a division of Australian Hearing.

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Additional information