Chapters - Australia


Melbourne, VIC

Bicycles For Humanity Melbourne is a completely volunteer run, grass roots registered charity organisation focused on the alleviation of poverty through sustainable transport in the form of a bicycle.
In 2008, Bicycles for Humanity Melbourne was founded by Matt McCullough and Andy Gild as the first Australian Bicycles for Humanity chapter. The importance of the work of Bicycles for Humanity has been acknowledged at governmental levels with Australia’s then Governor-General, Quentin Bryce, officially opening a BEC in Namibia in 2009.


Responsible person: Andy Gild

Phone number: +61408102025

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Regional Victoria, VIC

Responsible person: Jamie Chan




Perth, WA

Responsible person: David Tucker

Phone Number: +61 (0) 468 306 901

Bicycles for Humanity Western Australia - B4H WA - which has been operating since 2011 supports BEC projects in Africa, and also donates bikes to education and health projects in remote Western Australian indigenous communities.  B4H WA has shipped over 20 containers loaded with 7,800 bikes to BEC projects in Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, Uganda and Kenya, and has trucked more than 1000 bikes, 1000s of kilometres, all over Western Australia. The B4H WA volunteer team plans to do more of the same in coming years. For details and to keep up to date please browse our website and or FB page.