This is a statistical report on fall-related injury among children aged 0-14 years. It describes the epidemiology of childhood falls resulting in death and hospital admission, as well as the profile of cases seen at emergency departments in a large number of Victorian hospitals. The report discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the three data sources used in regard to injury surveillance of fall-related injury among children. It also highlights the impact of the transition to ICD-10(-AM). It will be relevant to those interested in childhood injury, including community practitioners, health planners and administrators, academic researchers and the public.