ALL ABOUT ALLERGIES
Going to the park for a walk, having a delicious meal, buying jewellery for a loved one. These are all common everyday activities in life- if you didn’t have an allergy.
Parks can trigger Pollen Allergies that may cause allergic rhinitis (hay fever), Dining opens up a host of Food Allergies that can trigger anaphylaxis with certain exposures, and while buying jewellery is a loving gesture, someone with a Nickel Allergy may have dermatitis on contact, if the jewellery contains Nickel.
There are eight main groups (Food, Pollen, Insect, Latex, Mould, Pet, Skin and Drug) that have allergies as well as intolerances and autoimmune conditions, impacting the lives of those that have them and the people they spend time with.
FOOD AND DRINK VENUES AUSTRALIA
Discover Food & Drink Venues in Australia that support and cater for Allergies, Intolerances and Autoimmune Conditions.
You can filter by venue type, select your requirements, diets, search by location and more.
Click below to get started and discover all the current venues that welcome you.
Allergy Life Australia is currently undertaking a number of on-going initiatives to improve and support the lives and lifestyles of Australians living with allergies, the people who look after them and the people that live with them.
THE ALLERGY WITH THE PAL-LERGY
ARE YOU A PAL-LERGY?
Do you support someone who has an Allergy by helping them navigate all types of day-to-day situations?
OR do you want to know how to support someone you know who has an Allergy?
From scouting, aiding and more, everyone that has an allergy needs their Pal-lergy by their side.
The Impact in Australia
Almost 20% of Australians suffer from one type of Allergy. Furthermore, 2-4% of Adults and 5-10% of Children that have serious allergic reactions are also dealt with life-threatening consequences.
Allergy Life Australia is here to support, enhance and advocate for the lives and lifestyles of those living with Allergies in Australia, through the provision, care and access to the knowledge and information required to live a safer and happier Allergy Life.
The information provided on Allergy Life Australia is to generally educate and inform you about living with allergies, intolerances and conditions, and is not intended as medical instruction or as a substitute for diagnosis, examination and advice by a qualified health care provider.