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Almost half a million Australians live with low vision, which we predict will increase by 25% by 2030.

The Pupil Project: See the world through their eyes


Vision Australia is excited to officially release ‘The Pupil Project’, a new video series that shows the world through the eyes of someone living with low vision. 

We can offer you the support and education you need to feel included, but Australia needs to be encouraged to take the right steps towards understanding low vision and making Australia a more inclusive place.

But it’s hard to be inclusive if you don’t know how. In 2023, we learned that 72% of sighted Australians are open to learning more about being more inclusive*, but many don’t know what they can do.

It’s time for Australians to educate themselves, so we can get closer to a world where we all belong.

*Source: ntegrity Low Vision Survey_2023.

Explore our resources on how to be more inclusive

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Video series: See the world through their eyes

Learn more about low vision and how to be more inclusive today.

Video series: See the world through their eyes

Advocating for yourself

Asking for help can be hard for someone with low vision.

Advocating for yourself

Simple ways to be inclusive

Learn just how simple it can be to support someone who has low vision.

Simple ways to be inclusive

Let's talk about eye conditions

Low vision is complex and can be caused by many different conditions.

Let's talk about eye conditions

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Join us for Trek for Vision

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Vision Australia is embarking on another incredible adventure in New Zealand with Trek for Vision! Join Vision Australia’s CEO, Ron Hooton, and a dedicated group of supporters from January 21-25, 2025, to explore the stunning Abel Tasman coastal track. Over five days and 53 kilometres, you’ll trek through mature beech and rata forests, stroll along secluded golden beaches, and visit picturesque historic sites.

Funds raised will support Vision Australia’s Quality Living Groups, helping people who are blind or have low vision live the life they choose.

Places are limited. Don’t miss out, register today.

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