Docsykes
Australian psycho-educational resources for teachers and parents prepared by Dr Stewart Sykes, Psychologist; former Director of Krongold Centre for Exceptional Children, Monash University, Australia.

Hoagies' Gifted Education Page
American “all-things-gifted resource that you've been searching for.” Hoagies' Gifted Education Page offers resources, articles, books and links for Parents, for Educators, Counselors, Administrators and other Professionals, and for Kids & Teens.

Victorian Association for Gifted and Talented Children Inc (VAGTC)
The VAGTC has, as its primary interest, the welfare of gifted and talented children throughout Victoria.
Phone: 0402 056 140

Gifted Children website
A great website with heaps of information

 

CHIP (Children of High Intellectual Potential) Foundation
CHIP run maths, English and scholarship preparation classes and holiday programs in various locations around Melbourne.
Phone: 0448 880 331
Email

G.A.T.E.W.A.Y.S
Programs for gifted children in schools. School holiday programs.
Phone: 9894 2116
Email

WiseOnes
WiseOnes provides a support service for children who are of significantly higher potential than others their own age. This is provided in school during school time.
Phone: 9794 8258
Email

Australian Gifted Network (no website)
Phone Lynne McKenzie-Sykes: 9822 7012
Email

Exceptional Children
Exceptional Children is a psychological consultancy specialising in children who have special learning needs.  Dr Gail Byrne is their principal psychologist and is also a teacher and Coordinator of Individual Differences. For the past nine years, she has served as Chairperson of the CHIP (Children of High Intellectual Potential) Foundation. She has many years experience working with children who may not be experiencing success in the classroom for any number of reasons.
Phone Dr Gail Byrne: 9889 3381 Mobile: 0414 738 027
Email

IGGY Juniors
IGGY Juniors is a network of the brightest and most creative youngsters aged 7 - 13.
IGGY welcome young people from all around the world, to join together online with other well-motivated students and with University academics, in a lively intellectual community, participating in a programme of activities designed to stimulate, challenge and motivate very able young people.