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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Browse the range of sport and recreation programs on offer here for those who are blind or have low vision.
Our sports and recreation activities are tailored to low or no vision participants; and we have volunteers and organisers on hand to help you gain skills and confidence. Whether you, your child, parent or friend are blind or vision impaired, get involved by contacting us.
Designed for teens, but all ages welcome!
This adapted version of Australian Rules football allows people with blindness and low vision to play Australia's great game.
View our range of aquatic and swimming programs for all ages.
Come and enjoy the recreational and social benefits of cricket, using a plastic ball containing audible metal washers.
This team sport was designed specifically for athletes with vision loss. In a team, participants must throw a ball embedded with bells into the opponents' goal.
Blind and vision impaired golf is played with the assistance of a sighted caddy, who assist by being the 'eyes' of the player.
Improve your balance, coordination and strength through Gymnastics. Specially adapted equipment includes items that make sounds when stood on, props with texture and balls containing bells.
Played indoors on long green felt carpet, players use contrasting colour bias bowls, with one smaller white jack.
Learn to play lawn bowls, where people with vision loss are accompanied by their own sighted helper, to assist them during the game.
Whether you are blind or vision impaired or wish to run/walk alongside people with vision loss, join Achilles Melbourne to achieve individual fitness goals.
Come and enjoy the Victorian Alpine environment, while learning skiing, supported by friendly volunteers.
Soccer is a fun and invigorating team sport for people who are blind or those who have low vision.
Come and enjoy organised indoor cycling classes on a stationary exercise bike, followed by a leisurely swim.
Vision Impaired Table Tennis (also known as Swish) is a fast, invigorating game. It was developed by people who are blind in Australia
Come and learn one of the world's most popular sports at the home of the Australian Open.
Join this fun sport, where a specially adapted guide rail enables a person to bowl independently.
A great introduction to Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria, you can participate in group walks, or pair up with a sighted volunteer in your local area.
This yoga class goes beyond optimising movement in the major joints to teaching ‘tools’ to escape busy mind chatter.