Playing sports

Many people who are blind or have low vision participate in sports. 

Whether it’s an individual or team game Vision Australia can support you to join in and achieve your sporting goals. 

Our team can help you reconnect to a sporting activity you enjoyed in the past, provide advice on making a current sporting activity more accessible, support you to participate in a new sporting activity suited to your level of vision and connect you with sporting groups.

Contact your local Vision Australia office or email info@visionaustralia.org to find out how you can step off the sideline today.

How Vision Australia clients enjoy sports in their life

Dancing in the air

Vildana Praljak is an aerialist with the women’s circus in Victoria.

Ski season in Debbie's sights this winter

Debbie King has continued the sport she loves after losing her vision essentially overnight.

Getting fit in body and mind

As a self-confessed gym junkie, health and fitness have always been part of Alison Jones' life.

Giving dragon boat racing a try

Five years ago Kathy Fela, 55 from Woy Woy thought she'd give this international sports a go.

On your bike

Max, 8 loves riding his tandem bike with dad Thom.

Racing from the outback to the city

Crossing the finishing line of the Dirt N Dust Tri in April has only whet 16-year-old Tristan Bowen’s appetite for future sporting challenges.


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