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Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand

12 December 2014 - Sydney Theatre, Pier 4, Hickson Rd, Walsh Bay, NSW
In wordplay and swordplay, Cyrano de Bergerac has no peer. Richard Roxburgh returns to STC to play with customary panache the title role.

Verdi’s Falstaff presented by Opera Australia

6 December 2014 - State Theatre, Arts Centre , Melbourne, VIC
It’s an incredibly skillful distillation of the slightly unwieldy farce Shakespeare wrote. As a piece of comic writing, it is nearly faultless.

Switzerland by Joanna Murray-Smith

5 December 2014 - Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW
Finely plotted, suspenseful and surprising, Switzerland will have you on the edge of your seat.

Pennsylvania Avenue by Joanna Murray-Smith

2 December 2014 - Sumner Theatre, Southbank Theatre, Melbourne, VIC
Joanna Murray-Smith, Bernadette Robinson and Simon Phillips reunite for a follow-up to the runaway hit 'Songs for Nobodies’.

Gasp!

29 November 2014 - Playhouse, Q PAC, Brisbane, QLD
Infused with the sarcastic, sharp wit that made Elton a household name, the play is a breathtaking, biting, brilliantly funny satire on the heartlessness of big business and the ruthlessness of the advertising industry.

Blue/Orange by Joe Penhall (Audio description)

20 November 2014 - Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli, NSW
Winner of the 2001 Olivier Award for Best New Play, the 2000 London Critics’ Circle Award and the 2000 Evening Standard Award, Joe Penhall’s riveting comic thriller puts sanity, race and power through psychoanalysis with wit and earnest questioning of how the 'insane’ should be treated in our 'sane’ world.

Children of the Sun By Maxim Gorky (Audio Description)

10 October 2014 - Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW
Both a sparkling comedy and a thoughtful exploration of the larger issues of privilege, progress and being caught at the wrong end of history, Children of the Sun captures the atmosphere of upheaval of its era - with more than a fleeting resonance to our own troubled times.

Other Desert Cities By Jon Robin Baitz (audio described)

9 October 2014 - Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli, NSW
Nominated for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, Jon Robin Baitz has crafted a razor-sharp family mystery that delivers a killer dose of both humour and pathos.

The Dream presented by Bell Shakespeare (audio described)

4 October 2014 - Fairfax Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC
Peter Evans will reawaken Shakespeare’s classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream with a breathless 90-minute production that amplifies the magic, mirth and mayhem.

The Wharf Revue (audio described)

4 October 2014 - The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra, ACT
Join Jonathan Biggins, Amanda Bishop, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott as they bring an all new, up-to-the-minute dose of their keenly-observed comic genius.

Black Diggers presented by Queensland Theatre Company (audio described)

3 October 2014 - Playhouse, Q PAC, Brisbane, QLD
Directed by Wesley Enoch and written by Tom Wright, Black Diggers is the culmination of painstaking research into the lives and deaths of the thousand or so Indigenous soldiers who fought for the British Commonwealth in World War I.

The King and I by Rodgers and Hammerstein (Audio Described)

24 September 2014 - Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW
Don’t miss this legendary production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's THE KING AND I. A triple crown award winner: The Tony, the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle for Best Musical Revival, this dazzling show is a lavish and triumphant fresh new look at a time-honoured classic.

The Effect by Lucy Prebble (Audio Described)

9 September 2014 - Sumner Theatre, Southbank Theatre, Melbourne, VIC
When unemployed drifter Tristan and psychology student Connie fall for each other on a drug trial, their happiness seems the most natural thing in the world.

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde (Audio described)

6 September 2014 - I M B Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 32 Burelli St, Wollongong, NSW
Grand dame of the Australian theatre, multi-award-winner Nancye Hayes OAM brings the formidable and acidic Lady Bracknell to life alongside the elastic and hilarious Nathan O’Keefe as Algernon in a theatre event that is guaranteed to delight!

Macbeth By William Shakespeare (Audio Described)

5 September 2014 - Sydney Theatre, Pier 4, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, NSW
Fasten your seat belts for another towering performance from Hugo Weaving as he wrestles with one of Shakespeare's most complex protagonists.

Don Giovanni

30 August 2014 - SOH, Sydney, NSW
In the role he was born to sing, Teddy Tahu Rhodes’ powerful magnetism, dark-hued voice and imposing physique make being bad seem oh so good. The Don has met his match.

Food by Steve Rodgers (Audio Described)

23 August 2014 - Gordon Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 32 Burelli Street, Wollongong, NSW
On a stretch of Australian highway, two sisters run a takeaway joint, their days heavy with Chiko Rolls and memories.

Dark Voyager by John Misto (Audio Described)

14 August 2014 - Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli, NSW
Hollywood, 1962. Bette Davis and Joan Crawford are at war - their careers are on the skids, they are aging rapidly, and they are locked in a titanic struggle for top-billing on their latest movie.

The Lion King (Audio Described + tactile tour)

17 July 2014 - Capitol Theatre, Sydney, NSW
Disney’s landmark musical event The Lion King, a worldwide phenomenon will be Audio Described in Sydney this July at the Capitol Theatre.

Richard the third By William Shakespeare (Audio Described)

10 July 2014 - Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli, NSW
Remaining true to Shakespeare’s dialogue, Mark Kilmurry’s exciting new production honours the original play whilst wildly re-imagining it for new audiences.

Ten Pin Bowling

8 July 2014 - Meet at Vision Australia, 566 Olive St, Albury, NSW
Meet at Vision Australia Albury at 10.30am for 1 game ten pin bowling with guidance from volunteers.

Touch

29 June 2014 - Civic Square on London Circuit, Canberra, ACT
TOUCH is a special project that invites people who are blind or vision impaired to help create an exhibition presented in total darkness.

Henry V by William Shakespeare (Audio Described)

28 June 2014 - The Playhouse, Canberra, ACT
When Henry is manipulated by church advisors, taunted by French royalty and betrayed by English nobles, he has all the ammunition he needs to lash out and invade France, or does he?

Hansel And Gretel by Engelbert Humperdinck, (Audio Described)

21 June 2014 - Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre, Melbourne, VIC
Filled with magic and beautiful music, this specially abridged version of Humperdinck’s masterpiece Hansel and Gretel, is the perfect introduction for young audiences to an enchanting world of opera.

The Speechmaker (Audio Described)

17 June 2014 - Playhouse Theatre, Arts Centre, Melbourne, VIC
Air Force One is London-bound for a surprise Christmas meeting between the US President and the British PM, but with the seatbelt signs barely switched off a major international crisis begins unfolding.

Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen (Audio Described)

10 June 2014 - Sumner Theatre, Southbank Theatre, Melbourne, VIC
Pastor Manders has come to Mrs Alving’s home to discuss the opening of an orphanage in her late husband’s name. But when the Pastor discovers the truth about Mrs Alving’s marriage, he begins to see their world for what it really is.

The Government Inspector (Audio Described)

7 June 2014 - I M B Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 32 Burelli Street, Wollongong, NSW
Nikolai Gogol invented one of the great comic premises of all time: what happens when a completely ordinary, perhaps even sub-ordinary guy finds himself, more or less by accident, enjoying the full benefits of public power?

Wulamanayuwi and the Seven Pamanui (audio described)

6 June 2014 - Albury Entertainment Centre, Albury, NSW
Playwright Jason De Santis brings a Tiwi twist to an old favourite to create a modern Aboriginal adventure story, inspired by Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Audio described performance.

9th National Deafblind Conference

6 June 2014 - Mercure Hotel , SYDNEY, NSW
This year, Forsight will host the 9th National Deafblind Conference to be held 6 to 8 June 2014, at the Mercure Hotel in Central Sydney.

The Government Inspector (Audio Described)

31 May 2014 - The Playhouse, Canberra, ACT
Nikolai Gogol invented one of the great comic premises of all time: what happens when a completely ordinary, perhaps even sub-ordinary guy finds himself, more or less by accident, enjoying the full benefits of public power?

Game, Set, Match: 100 years of Albury Tennis

30 May 2014 - Library Museum, Albury, NSW
Audio described exhibition. 2014 is the 100 year anniversary of the Albury Tennis Association’s Easter Tournament. This exhibition will highlight some of the world-class tennis players that Albury has produced, and will feature photos, trophies and memorabilia.

Open Day and Texpo in Shepparton

30 May 2014 - Corner Archer Street and Channel Road , Shepparton, Vic
The Texpo and Open Day in Shepparton is an opportunity for people to come and learn more about Vision Australia services and what's new in adaptive and assistive technology.

1984 (audio described)

24 May 2014 - Hothouse Theatre, Albury, NSW
George Orwell’s final and greatest novel is coming to Albury. When Winston and Julia’s love is discovered they are violently separated, detained and prepared for conversion. This thrilling and frightening story is set against a dynamic digital backdrop. This performance is audio described.

The King and I - Opera Australia (Audio Described)

21 May 2014 - Playhouse, Q PAC, Brisbane, QLD
Don’t miss this legendary production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's THE KING AND I. A triple crown award winner: The Tony, the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle for Best Musical Revival, this dazzling show is a lavish and triumphant fresh new look at a time-honoured classic.

Vision Australia presents Luis Perez

19 May 2014 - Vision Australia Coorparoo, 373 Old Cleveland Road, Coorparoo, QLD
Vision Australia Coorparoo is proud to host a talk by Luis Perez as he tours Australia. Luis Perez is an American educator, author, presenter and inclusive learning consultant with a passion for accessibility and universal design.

Jesus Christ Superstar Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber (Audio Described)

18 May 2014 - Sutherland Entertainment Centre, 30 Eton Street, Sutherland, NSW
The musical is loosely based on the Gospels' accounts of the last week of Jesus' life, beginning with the preparation for the arrival of Jesus and his disciples in Jerusalem and ending with the crucifixion.

Vision Australia presents Luis Perez

15 May 2014 - 4 Mitchell Street, ENFIELD, NSW
Vision Australia invites you to a presentation by Luis Perez in Enfield on Thursday 15 May at 1.30pm. Luis Perez is an American educator, author, presenter and inclusive learning consultant with a passion for accessibility and universal design.

Angus Suttor Memorial Driving Day, Sydney

11 May 2014 - Sydney Motorsport Park, Ferrers Road, Eastern Creek, NSW
In support of Vision Australia, the Angus Suttor Memorial Driving Day has been organised by the family and friends of Angus Suttor – a Vision Australia client who passed away in May last year. The day offers Vision Australia clients the opportunity to drive a car – yes, drive a car!

Rossini’s The Turk In Italy (Audio Described)

10 May 2014 - State Theatre, Arts Centre, Melbourne, VIC
Take two long-lost lovers - a gypsy and a prince. Add a quarrelling couple - a free spirit and a fool. And add another secret lover, just for good measure.

Shepparton Walking Group

8 May 2014 - Cnr Archer St and Channel Rd, Shepparton, VIC
Vision Australia Shepparton Walking group caters for walkers of all ages and fitness levels. The walk leaves VA Centre on Cnr Archer St and Channel Rd every second Thursday of the month at 10.30am.

Warragul (Gippsland Region) Open Day

7 May 2014 - 2a Mouritz Street, WARRAGUL, VIC
An exciting opportunity local Service Providers to learn more about the range of services provided by Vision Australia Warragul.

Swimming each Friday @ Aqua Moves

2 May 2014 - Tom Collins Drive, Shepparton, VIC
The Vision Australia Swimming Program (Splash) is a gentle exercise/ relaxation program that is run at Aquamoves in the Hydro Pool.

PINOCCHIO Based on the books by Carlo Collodi (audio described)

1 May 2014 - Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW
The classic tale by Carlo Collodi is given a 21st century spin and retold as a witty, rocking, music theatre spectacular; a mix of old time theatre fun and a celebration of the 'whatever' generation.

Fishing Day

30 April 2014 - Departs from Vision Australia, 566 Olive St Albury, Albury, NSW
Join a fishing day, departing from Vision Australia Albury.

iPad/iPhone iOS 7+ Course

29 April 2014 - Vision Australia (Kensington & Kooyong), Melbourne, VIC
A great course for Vision Australia clients on how to get the most out of your iPad or iPhone. The training course covers the physical aspects of the devices, how to get around the screen, using VoiceOver and more.

Verdi’s Rigoletto

26 April 2014 - Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria
Verdi’s dark tale glitters with passion and suspense in this glamorous new production.

UNESCO's World Book and Copyright Day

23 April 2014 - N/A, N/A, Worldwide
23 April is a symbolic date for World literature. It is the date in which the UNESCO's General Conference was held in Paris 1995, to pay a world wide tribute to books and authors on this date. Encouraging reading and writing, and encouraging access of books to all.

Swish

15 April 2014 - Numurkah Road, Shepparton, VIC
Swish is an official sport for people who are blind or have low vision.

'Vision Walkers' - Brisbane Walking Group

12 April 2014 - Wheel of Brisbane, Cultural Forecourt, The Parklands, South Bank, Brisbane, QLD
Every Saturday commencing 12 April 2014 meeting at The Wheel of Brisbane, Cultural Forecourt, The Parklands, South Bank, Brisbane.

Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris

3 April 2014 - Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli, NSW
CLYBOURNE PARK is a wickedly funny, fiercely provocative play about race, real estate and the volatile values of each.

Oklahoma By Rodgers and Hammerstein

30 March 2014 - Sutherland Entertainment Centre, 30 Eton St, Sutherland, NSW
A romantic musical with many well known songs, such as Oh, What a Beautiful Morning, Surrey with the Fringe on Top, Kansas City.

Seeing Eye Dogs Open Day

22 March 2014 - 17 Barrett Street, Kensington, VIC
Vision Australia's Seeing Eye Dogs Australia is holding a public open day to celebrate the launch of its new, state-of-the- art kennel and puppy centre in Kensington, Victoria.

19th Biennale of Sydney

21 March 2014 - Various locations, Sydney, NSW
In partnership with the City of Sydney, the 19th Biennale of Sydney will open up a world of art for people living with disability and their carers during the 2014 Lord Mayor’s Inclusion Program.

Texpo 2014 - Albury

17 March 2014 - Vision Australia Albury, 566 Olive Street, Albury NSW, Albury, NSW
Texpo comes to Albury - experience & explore computer programs, audio-based software, the latest in Closed Circuit TVs and technology to assist with activities of daily living.

Paralympic Come and Try day

15 March 2014 - 166-180 George St, Redfern, NSW
Interested in sport? Come and try a range of para-sports such as swimming, athletics, cycling, wheelchair rugby and many more.

Blindfolded Yoga Fundraiser

13 March 2014 - Lululemon Athletica Canberra Store, Canberra, ACT
The Blindfolded Yoga fundraiser will be held at the Lululemon Athletica Canberra Store on the second level of the Canberra Centre on 13th of March at 6-7.30 pm. The night includes a guest speaker and blindfolded yoga by a qualified yoga instructor.

Come and Try Knitting and Crocheting Social group

12 March 2014 - Level 3, Suite 1, 237 Mann Street, Gosford, NSW
Are you blind or have low vision and enjoy knitting and crocheting? Maybe you would like to learn to knit or crochet. You are invited to join this social activity.

Once in Royal David’s City By Michael Gow

8 March 2014 - Belvoir St Theatre, Surry Hills, NSW
Once in Royal David’s City is big and small at once, tumbling from the fifties to the present, from West Berlin to Byron Bay, from brief encounters to the cycles of history.

Parent Coffee Morning - Warragul

6 March 2014 - 2a Mouritz Street, Warrrgul, Vicotoria
Are you interested in talking with other parents raising a child who is blind or has low vision?

Cock by Mike Bartlett (audio described)

4 March 2014 - Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC
John is dissatisfied with his relationship and wants a break from his needy boyfriend.

Flash Sonar: Mobility, Confidence, Freedom

26 February 2014 - Ground Floor meeting room, Ross House, Melbourne, Victoria
World renowned blind orientation and mobility instructor, Daniel Kish is heading to Australia, and we are proud to provide you with the opportunity to come and work with him! Blind Citizens Australia will be hosting two events during Daniel’s upcoming visit to Australia.

Book Club

24 February 2014 - Kogarah Library, Belgrave St, Kogarah, NSW
Come along and join the Vision Australia Book Club, Kogarah, and share your literary ideas with others.

Broadcasting and Producing Internet Radio

21 February 2014 - Disability Media Australia, Melbourne, VIC
Disability Media Australia (DMA) are running a course for people interested in developing skills in broadcasting and producing internet radio.

Cronulla Social Walking Group

20 February 2014 - Meet at Cronulla Station, Cronulla, NSW
We would like to invite anyone who has low vision or are blind to join us in a social walking group, meeting at Cronulla Train Station. Volunteers will be on hand to audio describe the scenery around the boardwalk, we can then find a relaxing set for a cuppa where you will have the chance to get to know your fellow participants.

Mobility Activities for Parents

19 February 2014 - Ivanhoe, Quest Function Rooms, 72–84 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe, Melbourne, VIC
You are invited to attend a low vision and blind support group for Parents/Grandparents to discuss mobility challenges and solutions for your mobility when caring for children.

Book Club - Caringbah

17 February 2014 - Vision Australia Caringbah, 301 The Kingsway, Caringbah, NSW
Come along and join the Vision Australia Book Club, Caringbah, and share your literary ideas with others.

8 Week Tai Chi Program - Albury

11 February 2014 - Vision Australia, 566 Olive St, Albury, NSW
Come along and enjoy this gentle, relaxing exercise being held at Vision Australia Albury. This program starts on February 11.

Monthly Walking Group - Albury

10 February 2014 - Vision Australia Albury, 566 Olive St, Albury, NSW
Join our monthly walking group departing from Vision Australia Albury.

Knitting and Crochet Group - Dandenong

6 February 2014 - Vision Australia Dandenong, 45 Princes Highway, Melbourne, Victoria
Join the monthly knitting and crochet group in Dandenong and enjoy making great creations.

Indoor Archery

30 January 2014 - PCYC, Umina Beach, Central Coast, NSW
Participants instructed by an accredited coach. Supported by Gosford Vision Australia.

Red Legs Walking Group - Dandenong

30 January 2014 - Oasis Leisure Centre, Heatherton Road, Dandenong, Melbourne, Victoria
Join this weekly walking group in Melbourne every Thursday morning for a social walk.

Daisy Book Club - Gosford

29 January 2014 - Level 3 Suite 1, 237 Mann Street, Gosford, NSW
Are you a member of Vision Australia Library and enjoy listening to your Talking or Daisy books? Do you like to get together with other book lovers and share ideas about books and authors over a social cup of coffee or tea? Then come join the Daisy Book Club in Gosford.

Boronia - Heart and sole walking group

27 January 2014 - Vision Australia Boronia, Melbourne, Victoria
This weekly walking group will cater to individuals who enjoy being social and exercising at the same time.

Local Client Groups in NSW

27 January 2014 - Various, Various, NSW
Local Client Groups are a great way to meet people in your community who are blind or have low vision.

Local Client Groups in Victoria

27 January 2014 - Various, Various, Victoria
Local Client Groups are a great way to regularly meet with people in your community who are blind or have low vision in Victoria.

Local Client Groups in Queensland

27 January 2014 - Various, Various, Queensland
Local Client Groups are a great way to regularly meet with people in your community who are blind or have low vision, in Queensland.

Keep Fit - Dandenong

27 January 2014 - Dandenong Oasis Leisure Centre, Cnr Heatherton road and Cleeland street, Melbourne, Victoria
People who are blind or have low vision are invited to participate weekly in a Keep Fit program at the Oasis Leisure Centre, Dandenong.

Social and Craft Group

27 January 2014 - 209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare, NSW
Weekly Point Claire social and craft group

Vision in Voice Choir

27 January 2014 - 14 Noeleen Street, Capalaba , QLD
Vision in voice is a choir for all, including those with sight impairment or other disabilities.

Belfield Blind Bowlers

25 January 2014 - Belfield Bowling Club, 8 Margaret Street, Belfield, New South Wales
Enjoy playing lawn bowls for people who are blind or have low vision weekly, every Saturday.

Women's Group

25 January 2014 - Various, Sunshine Coast, QLD
The Women's Group is a new support/social group for working-age women on the Southern Sunshine Coast. It meets once a month on a Saturday, and is for women who are interested in connecting with other working-age women with a vision impairment.

Craft support group

22 January 2014 - Level 3, Suite 1, 237 Mann Street, Gosford, NSW
Craft support group meeting in Gosford, NSW

Local Client Groups in ACT

20 January 2014 - Various, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Local Client Groups are a great way to meet people in your community who are blind or have low vision.

Gold Coast low vision walking group

20 January 2014 - Lake Lomandra Park, Gold Coast, QLD
Individuals with low vision and friends now have the opportunity to participate in a new community walking group on the Gold Coast.

Dido and Aeneas (audio described)

18 January 2014 - Sydney Lyric Theatre at The Star, 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont, NSW
Henry Purcell's 17th century masterwork is the myth of a queen, a soldier and the illicit love that tore them apart.

South Brisbane Swish Club

16 January 2014 - Girl Guide Hut, Yeronga Park, Villa Street, Yeronga, QLD
South Brisbane (Yeronga) Swish club looking for junior and senior members.

Blind Sports Summer Camp

16 January 2014 - Narrabeen Academy of Sport, Narrabeen, NSW
The Blind Sporting Association of NSW (BSA) will host the 2014 Blind Sports Camp at the Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation, Narrabeen. The sports include goalball, cricket, golf, swimming, athletics (track and field), karate, soccer, tenpin bowling and lawn bowls.

Self Defense Classes

15 January 2014 - 18-34 Buckley Street, Noble Park, Melbourne, Victoria
Defensive Concepts aim to provide knowledge, training & options around dealing with Violence, Aggressive Confrontations & Defensive Applications.

Sydney Festival 2014

9 January 2014 - Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney, NSW
The Sydney Festival 2014 program is available in alternative formats via the Sydney Festival website. Find out more about the operas featured at the event.

Barwon Heads holiday house

7 January 2014 - Please call 1300 847 466 for more, Barwon Heads, VIC
Vision Australia clients and staff who are blind or have low vision and their families and friends are invited to stay at the holiday home in Barwon Heads.

North Lakes VIP Group

1 January 2014 - Lake Haven Library, Lake Haven shopping centre, Lake Haven, NSW
North Lakes VIP Group meeting at the Lake Haven Library every second Monday of the month.

Living in a Sensory World - Albury

14 December 2013 - 540 Kiewa St, Albury, NSW
A braille Playboy magazine, a talking ski bumbag and the ball bowled in the first match of blind cricket played in Melbourne nearly 100 years ago are just some of the innovations on show in Vision Australia's exhibition ‘Living in a Sensory World: stories from people with blindness and low vision.’

Texpo 2014

29 August 2013 - Various, Enfield (NSW), Kooyong (VIC) and Cooparoo (QLD), NSW, VIC, QLD
Texpo is organised by Vision Australia to showcase the latest, in products and services, that can assist people who are blind or have low vision.

Ski at Mt Baw Baw with greater access

14 June 2013 - Mt Baw Baw Resort, Mt Baw Baw, VIC
Do you love skiing or experiencing something different? There are great opportunities available to anyone who is blind or has low vision.

Tai Chi Qigong Class

17 January 2013 - Vision Australia Gosford, 3rd Floor, Gateway Centre, Gosford, NSW
Tai Chi Qigong Classes being run in Gosford to Improve general well-being, reduce stress, and improve balance, posture, concentration.

Vision Impaired Sports ACT (VISACT) - Goal Ball and Blind Cricket

15 January 2013 - Belconnen Community Centre, Canberra, ACT
Vision Impaired Sports ACT (VISACT) was formed to assist people who are blind or have low vision to get involved in a number of sporting and recreational activities, including Goalball and Blind Cricket.
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