Please note that a stocktake of all beyondblue materials and information resources is being conducted from Monday 29 May to Friday 2 June 2017 inclusive.

The catalogue will remain available and orders can still be placed during this time. However, please note that orders placed after Thursday 25 May 2017 will not be despatched until normal services resume on Monday 5 June 2017. A delay of up to five business days on standard delivery times is then expected.

The stocktake does not impact on the availability of our digital resources, so all beyondblue information material can still be downloaded during this period.



Publications to download or order

beyondblue provides a variety of information on anxiety, depression, suicide, wellbeing and perinatal mental health free of charge to the Australian community – whatever your age and wherever you live.

Unfortunately we're not able to mail resources overseas, but for those living outside Australia, you're welcome to download and print resources for your own reference. See below for more information on publications available to download or order. You can also search for a publication online using the search function.

Popular publications available to download

Ordering for yourself or someone you know

If you'd like to order a copy of our information resources or a wristband, you don't need to register. Just browse our catalogue and order.

For wristbands, simply search 'wristband' in the catalogue. Depending on where you are in Australia, you should receive a wristband within 3-10 business days.

Ordering for organisations, health professionals and event organisers

If you're a health professional, an organisation or group, or if you're organising an event and require a lot of resources, you can register with beyondblue to access our organisation catalogue. This allows you to order multiple copies at once. 

If you'd like to speak to someone about beyondblue information resources, please call us on 1300 22 4636.

Please note that as beyondblue resources are available free of charge to every person in Australia, it is prohibited to sell these resources for a monetary profit or use them as part of a commercial product.