Alcohol throughout life
Alcohol is never completely safe, but it can be especially risky for some people. Find out the risks if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person, a young person, you live in a rural or remote area, or you're travelling.
- Alcohol during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Not drinking is the safest option when you're pregnant, breastfeeding or planning to become pregnant.
- Alcohol and young people
Learn about the risks to your health if you binge drink or mix alcohol with other drugs. Get tips on staying safe when drinking at schoolies.
- Alcohol in rural and remote communities
Stressful events such as drought or isolation can increase your risk of dangerous drinking. Find out why looking after your general health can help.
- Alcohol and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
What you and your community can do to help reduce the risks of alcohol, and where you find culturally-sensitive support.
- Alcohol and travel
Different laws and risks apply depending on where and how you travel. Find out what they are before you travel in Australia or overseas.