We offer a range of team and individual sport and recreation programs for people of any ability. Explore the options now.
There are many different ways you can get involved - read about them here.
Help improve the life of a person who is blind or vision impaired. Making a tax deductible donation today.
Read about our latest events and programs here, including the people making them happen.
New tutorial videos help you to include people with vision loss meaningfully
Stay connected with Walking for fitness and a Virtual morning tea.
New branding reflects the inclusive and welcoming nature of BSRV
To all our wonderful volunteers, thank you for making a positive difference in the lives of people who are blind and vision impaired
Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 crisis, BSRV is currently not running its sport and recreation programs. This decision has not been made lightly, but is necessary in order to protect our members, volunteers and staff; while also adhering to advice from health authorities.
Merri Creek Walk - Cancelled
Calling all teens who want to get active and have fun!
Djembe Workshop has been Cancelled
Most Outstanding Inclusion Initiative - Victorian Blind Tennis Program
3rd International Blind Tennis Tournament held in Benidorm, Spain
Make a tax-deductible donation to assist children who are blind or vision impaired now.
Blind tennis exchange at National Tennis Centre
Listen to a podcast of our President, Maurice talking to Carrie and Tommy about his life challenges.
On Tuesday 12 February a group of people who are blind or have low vision headed off to Mount Macedon for two days of walks and fun, assisted by three great volunteers: Liz, Shirlene and Gary.
‘We look forward to the Government conducting two Royal Commissions - one into the Aged Care Sector and the other, the Disability Sector.
Mr Charlie Pickering is the new co-Patron of Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria alongside Mr John Landy AC, former Governor of Victoria