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Wayback has been offering community based residential drug and alcohol treatment since 1969.


Drug Info

Wayback provides information on several different drugs type and their effects. For more information about drugs click here.


Online Application

Applications can be submitted online or by person.

Your first step to recovery starts here

Wayback is a Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre founded in 1969.

We offer three types of programs:
– Residential Programs

Residential Program

Wayback Ltd is a registered charity Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Service established in 1969 to provide treatment for those experiencing social, legal, health and family problems associated with their use of illicit drugs and/or alcohol.

Wayback offers a pharmacotherapy (methadone/ buprenorphine) residential rehabilitation program based on the harm minimization model. A total of 44 clients can be accommodated in fully furnished premises at the thirteen Wayback houses located in the Western Sydney region.

Policies and Privacy

Clients rights and responsibilities
Complaints and Grievance Policy
Confidentiality Policy
Organisation Chart

Wayback is a Drug
and Alcohol Rehabilitation
Centre founded 1969

Read our testimonials

“Since I’ve been at Wayback, they have taught me that I don’t need drugs and alcohol and that I can live a happy life, responsibly”
"I feel very privileged that I have been given the opportunity to change my life. Wayback has given me more tools to cope with my drug addiction."
"Wayback has helped me by supporting me in hard times. I’ve turned my life around and it’s helped me better my life”
“Since being at Wayback, it’s really given me a reality check with my life. This program really helps if you want to change your life. What I have got out of this program so far is that there is so much more to life than jail and it’s keeping me on the straight narrow. I’ve been in and out of jail for 5 years now and I’ve got my whole life ahead of me”.
“I was firstly addicted to ecstasy then progressed to cocaine, ice and valium. I have been in and out of jail over the past 5 years and this is the first time in my life that I have wanted to make changes. The staff has helped me get my life back on track and I now have hope for the future. The staff genuinely care and want to help”

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