Paramedics were forced to call police after arriving at a Ropes Crossing home near Mount Druitt in the early hours of Sunday morning.
In the suburban western Sydney home they found four drug addled adults, and three young children sleeping in a nearby room, The Daily Telegraph reports.
“Three young children, all aged under 10 were at the home at the time but seem to have slept through the incident and were not injured,’’ a police spokesman said of the drug party.
“They were taken from the scene and put in the care of relatives and the appropriate government agencies have also been informed.”
An occupant of the home is said to have dialled 000 when they became concerned about the health of a number of partygoers, who had ingested ecstasy.
Two men, aged 33 and 35, and two women, aged 28 and 32, were treated at the scene. They were not taken to hospital.
The Telegraph reports police will investigate, and decide whether charges relating to drug possession and child neglect will be laid.