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Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria


Walking with Willpower

The Walking with Willpower program promotes fitness, wellbeing and community involvement by matching adults who have low or no vision with a trained, friendly volunteer in their local area to share together the benefits of walking.

Walk in the Park

Walk in the Park program provides groups walks and camps in a range of parks in Victoria for people who are blind or vision impaired. The volunteers assist with park orientation, sign reading and provision of verbal descriptions of the surrounding natural environment.  This program offers a great opportunity for social interaction while improving your general fitness in some of Victoria’s iconic parks.

These programs are suitable for people over 18 years of age.


Walking with Willpower will match participants and volunteers in their local area on days/times that are suitable to both eg once per week

Walk in the Park is held at various locations throughout the year.  Participants and volunteers will usually meet at Kooyong and travel together by mini bus.


Please enquire.

Cost of activity

Costs varies depending on intended location.

Contact Person 

Sandra Knight / Phone: 03 9822 8876 / Email: 

How to Get Involved

Make an enquiry

Interested? Please fill out the below form to enquire. 

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