Stopping cyberbullying

You can stop cyberbullying – and you don’t have to face it alone. As hard as it might be, talking with someone you trust and who will listen, like your mum or dad, relative, teacher, school counsellor or coach can help. You can even call or webchat with Kids Helpline. They can help you address and overcome the cyberbullying.

How you can protect yourself

If you're experiencing cyberbullying you're not alone. It can be humiliating, upsetting and difficult to escape. Learn about things you can do to protect yourself.

What to do

Read the eSafety Commissioner’s advice on what to do if you are being cyberbullied.

Your 5-step plan

Follow ReachOut’s 5-step plan for dealing with cyberbullies and looking after yourself along the way.

GET RID of cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is never okay. This picture guide shows how you can GET RID of it.

Make your mob proud

Watch these videos to learn how to make good choices online.

5 steps to talking to someone you trust

The best way to deal with an issue is to talk to someone you trust. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to reach out to someone.

How have other kids coped with cyberbullying?

Cyberbullying hurts but you’re not alone, and you’re not the only person who’s had to deal with it.

Connect with people who get it

Cyberbullying doesn't happen on every website. Check out ReachOut's safe and anonymous forums to hear stories from other young people or share your own experience.

Protecting yourself online

Find information to help you manage online safety issues, including key eSafety issues, reporting different types of online abuse, and where to get help.

Looking after your mental health

If cyberbullying is making you feel anxious or depressed, you can talk to someone you trust or contact a support service to help you manage your feelings.

5 ways to look after yourself

Read these 5 top tips on how to look after yourself if you're experiencing bullying.

Someone is creating drama online

Lies and rumours can spread like wildfire online, and it's not always easy to know the best way to respond. Find out how to keep a cool head.

Technology check-up

Take the technology check-up to help put you in control.

Help your parents or carers get online

Helping your parent or carer understand what you do online and how it works makes it easier to talk to them about what is happening and get their help and support.