The 2017 program is available for download . Please note that this program is subject to change before the event. There are also maps of all the interactive display positions in the arena for your viewing.

Towards Zero

Here is another clip of the Western Sydney Wanderers and Tristan Kenn... Thursday, January 12, 2017

Western Sydney Wanderers Towards Zero

Please watch the Western Sydney Wanderers and Tristan Kennedy getting... Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Channel 10 news footage bstreetsmart 2016

Channel 10 news footage bstreetsmart 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Our school was fortunate enough to view the bstreetsmart road safety

event at Allphones arena this week. I would like to sincerely thank the

volunteers, organisers and sponsors of this event for an outstanding

presentation. The big message  that our students received from this forum

is the power of the passengers in influencing the driver to slow down

and behave responsibly. It pulls no punches and it was a powerful

experience and I encourage all principals to explore sending students

from their school to next years event. Thanks once again to all



I will remember the outcomes of stupid choices.

Extremely powerful and emotion provoking. I think every teenager needs to witness something like that.

Sponsors and Donations

The bstreetsmart 'Youth and Road Trauma Forum' was the first of its kind in Australia, comprehensive in its format and content and unique as a community education and injury prevention initiative developed and  run by a Trauma Centre as opposed to a Government Agency or Private Organisation. It was initially run as a pilot program at Westmead Hospital with a total of 400 high school students in the local area. Following its enormous success and overwhelming response and demand from the community, it was finally launched as a State Wide Forum and run at the Allphones Arena, on the site of our Olympic Park It is now in its eleventh year and last year reached nearly 19,000 high school students from across NSW and the ACT.

This project has immense potential to prevent injury, loss of life and save money not only for the health dollar but also for the family and community,as trauma is a disease that affects more than the patient.

The core cost for running the three day forum is currently funded by the NSW Government. Obviously, as part of a public health service, funding is sometimes scarce and the Trauma Service could benefit with the help of corporate and public donations as we continue to grow the event. All gifts/donations, no matter how small, are important in sustaining the vision of  bstreetsmart into research, education and injury prevention.

Donations can be made by enclosing a cheque or money order to:


The Trauma Service Westmead Hospital

P.O. Box 533

Westmead NSW 2145

Sydney Australia

Donations can also be made  through the Westmead Medical Research Foundation