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Victorian Vision Impaired Table Tennis Association.


Vision Impaired Table Tennis (also known as Swish) is a fast, invigorating game.  It was developed by people who are blind in Australia and has been played here for many years, on both a recreational and competitive level.  The game allows people who are blind, vision impaired and sighted to compete on almost equal terms.

Vision Impaired Table Tennis is like playing table tennis, but instead of hitting a ball over the net, the ball is hit under the net and must travel along the surface of the table. The net is at a certain height so that those players with various degrees of sight do not have an advantage over blind players. The ball has bells in it to make it audible and it is about the size of a tennis ball and made of plastic with holes in it; and the bat is rectangular with a handle.

Vision Impaired Table Tennis is either played as a doubles or singles competition. It can be played from one game up to the best of five, and the first to eleven or the advantage of 2 after eleven. It can be played as singles (two players) or doubles (four players).It’s a great activity for kids as well as adults, no matter what age or ability.

Clubs: Kooyong, Moreland, Dandenong, Mooroolbark and Frankston.


  • Kooyong – every Thursday evening (5.30pm to 8pm) and Saturday afternoons (1pm to 4pm)
  • Dandenong – every Monday afternoon (1pm to 4pm)
  • Mooroolbark - every Tuesday (7pm to 10pm)
  • Moreland/Brunswick - 1st and 3rd Mondays each month (11am to 2pm)
  • Frankston - Wednesdays (1pm to 4pm)


  • Kooyong – 454 Glenferrie Road Kooyong
  • Dandenong – Dandenong Table Tennis in the Oasis Centre, Heatherton Road Dandenong
  • Moreland – Scout Hall, 14A Jolley St West
  • Mooroolbark - Felix Road, Mooroolbark
  • Frankston - Uniting Church, 16-18 High Street, Frankston.

Cost of activity:

Please enquire.

Contact Person:

Please call Marco Curralejo on 0412 128 429 or send her an email: 


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