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Road safety centre

The Road Safety Centre at Thebarton Police Barracks offers traffic education programs and road safety presentations to schools, businesses and community groups.

Traffic education - SAPOL's mock roadway

Young cyclists learn about road and traffic safety in a safe environment. Our mock roadway helps children to become familiar with:

  • correct road signage
  • pedestrian safety
  • road rules.

The roadway includes:

  • an intersection with traffic lights
  • pedestrian crossings
  • a roundabout
  • traffic signs.

The mock road is available for community use on weekends and after 3pm on weekdays (including school holidays). It is available free of charge but you need to bring your own bike and helmet.

Please note the mock traffic lights are not in operation after hours and cannot be turned on using the phone number on the control box. If the 'DO NOT ENTER' signs are up, please do not use the mock roadway as it is booked for a session. Call 8207 6585 to check availability.

Download the mock roadway flyer for more information.

Road safety presentations

Road safety presentations are available to schools, business and community groups:

Preschool children

  • introduction to road safety
  • being a good passenger.

Primary school children

  • introduction to road safety
  • monitor training and using the road safely.

Secondary school students

  • guide to obtaining your L and P plates – Year 10
  • cars have changed so have the road rules – Parents with Secondary School students
  • reducing the risk of being involved in a crash the 'Fatal Five' – Year 11
  • getting home safely – Year 12.

TAFE colleges and apprentices

  • safety driving at work and outside work.

Business and community

  • industry specific road safety presentations
  • road rules refresher
  • human factors in driving
  • caravans and four wheel drive vehicles
  • mature road users and gopher users.


To book a traffic education program phone 8207 6585 or email the Road Safety Section:

Port Road, Thebarton
South-west corner of Thebarton Police Barracks.