Community safety boost with defibrillator installations

Published on 20 February 2024

Man and women stood next to a wall mounted defibrillator

More than ten defibrillators have been successfully installed across various local community centres and buildings in the City of Tea Tree Gully.

This vital initiative enhances community safety by providing accessible emergency response equipment in key locations.

A defibrillator (AED) is a portable device to be used on a person that is in cardiac arrest before an ambulance arrives.

Defibrillators can used by the general public, they provide voice instructions on how to use it, once it is switched on.

Each defibrillator is strategically placed and labelled with DRSABCD signage.

The installations mark a significant step toward creating a safer and more prepared environment for the residents of Tea Tree Gully, reinforcing the importance of timely medical intervention in emergencies. 

Locations and availability of defibrillators

Available when building in use or hired

  • Burragah Recreation Centre
  • Greenwith Community Centre
  • Holden Hill Community Centre
  • Lyons Road Community Centre
  • Modbury West Community Centre
  • Road & Cycle Safety Centre
  • St Agnes Community Centre
  • Surrey Downs Community Centre
  • TTG Community (Memorial) Building
  • TTG Institute

Available during opening hours

  • Civic Centre and Library
  • Golden Grove Recreation & Arts Centre
  • Turramurra Recreation Centre
  • Waterworld

Situated on the outside of building

  • Ashley Avenue Tennis Club
  • Hope Valley Institute
  • John G Tilley
  • Jubilee Community Centre
  • Modbury Vista Soccer Club at Richardson Reserve

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