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.
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Below you can read about upcoming events, 'We Joined In' reports on past events, and news stories about people involved with Blind Sports and Recreation Victoria.
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'Sensing Nature - A Vision for Inclusion' has been selected for potential finding and we need your vote.
A call for interest. Would you like to come and try Blind Judo? Bring your family, bring a friend and join in. Date to be confirmed.
Individual swimming lessons which aim to establish a range of early skills to ensure they feel confident and safe around water.
Join us 3 times a week for a online walk. Easy to follow & work at your own pace.
A lovely walk in Beaumaris followed by a special poetry reading. Invite a friend.
The class will activate your energy - breathe and relax with soft flowing movements.
Lauren runs our FREE aerobic and strength-based fitness sessions. All fitness levels.
One of our 4 FUN dance workshops delivered by experienced dance instructors.
Fun and fitness for blind and vision impaired adults where Staff are trained in sighted guiding.
Weekly Aqua Fit Classes with a wonderfully enthusiastic instructor.
Suitable for a range of fitness levels with a routine individually tailored to each participant.
Put on your gloves and join a small group 'Boxing & Fitness' class. Equipment provided. Any fitness level.
Join our Junior Blind Tennis Program. Bring your family, bring a friend and have a hit. Lots of fun. Get involved.
Join us for a hit of tennis. Adapted to suit people with varying levels of vision impairment.
You will have fun and learn new skills in these AFL Blind skills sessions in a safe and inclusive environment.
Major Prize Giveaway throughout Term 3 for all Victorian school aged students who are Blind or have Low Vision.
Read why Donna loves helping out and experiencing the company of friendly people.
Bringing different communities together through the celebration of music theatre. Join us for this special performance.
Awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) - A well deserved recognition for her dedication to helping others.
Time to reflect and be at one with nature. A wonderful experience at the Botanical Gardens.
BSRV are so grateful to benefit from the Nelson Alexander Foundation Day.
Support someone with a vision impairment at the gym. Tuesdays 3-4pm. Hawthorn.
Congratulations Jane and thank you for your continued support of BSRV
We are proud to announce that Maurice is a finalist for the Lifetime Achievement Award in the 2021 Victorian Disability Awards.
An exciting competition at the National Tennis Centre with athletes from all over the country.
"Yes, I fell in a few times, but that was all a part of the fun" Bianca
A fun day had by beginners and passionate tennis players 10 - 70 years old!
'It's so exciting to have these new opportunities for our kids' - Vanessa (mum)
A great experience for the kids joining Hawks AFL Blind player Ned Brewer-Maiga.
A sunny day, friends, a historical tour, a walk, a poodle and a lovely lunch.
JK Gill supports Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria
New tutorial videos help you to include people with vision loss meaningfully
New branding reflects the inclusive and welcoming nature of BSRV
Listen to a podcast of our President, Maurice talking to Carrie and Tommy about his life challenges.
ACA Travel supports Blind Sports and Recreation Victoria
Mr Charlie Pickering is the new co-Patron of Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria alongside Mr John Landy AC, former Governor of Victoria
Most Outstanding Inclusion Initiative - Victorian Blind Tennis Program
Make a tax-deductible donation to assist children who are blind or vision impaired now.
Maurice Gleeson OAM appointed as President
Limited spaces available - Zoom workshops!