The Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation works to educate and protect children around roads, teaching them about the ever-present dangers, and using signs to better inform drivers and pedestrians.
The Foundation is dedication to the memory of founders Michelle and David McLaughlin's son, Tom, who was the victim of a roadside accident while on holidays with his family on the Central Coast in January 2014.
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council has partnered with child pedestrian and road safety foundation, Little Blue Dinosaur. We have installed over 200 bright and colourful "Holiday Time: Slow Down Kids Around" and "Hold my Hand" road safety signs.
You can spot the road safety signs in the following areas:
- Lighthouse Beach
- Bonny Hills
- Lake Cathie
- North Haven
- Town Beach
- Flynns Beach
The Little Blue Dinosaur safety signage will remain in place during the school holiday period.
How can you get involved?
We call on everyone, whether a local or holiday maker, to take note of the Foundation's simple mantras: "Holiday Time: Slow Down Kids Around" and "Hold my Hand."
This page was last updated on: 18 December 2019