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- Batemans Bay
- Central West
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- Manning & Great Lakes
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- Brisbane – Bayside
- Brisbane – Graceville
- Brisbane – Shorncliffe
- Central Qld – Sailability In the Bush
- Darling Downs
- Gold Coast – North
- Gold Coast – South
- Sunshine Coast
- Tin Can Bay
- Tweed Heads
- Murray Bridge
- Port Adelaide
- Albert Park Lake (The BoatShed)
- Bendigo (and Cairn Curran)
- Black Rock
- Gippsland Lakes
- Lakeside Sailing Club – Pakenham
- Lake Wellington
- Latrobe Valley
- Melbourne (St Kilda)
- Albany – Princess Royal Sailing Club
- Perth – Royal Perth Yacht Club
- Perth – South of Perth Yacht Club
17 thoughts on “Australia”
to whom it may concern,
backgI currently work with a group of adults with a disability from Scope day and lifestyle options. The group are called the “speak out” group and use the meetings to advocate about programs they would like to be involved in. At the start of the year all participants said they would like to be more active, try new sports and be linked into the local community. Following on from this we have just finished a 18 week program called the “get active” program, which involved linking in with mainstream sporting clubs to provide the group with opportunities to try new things. (I have attached the program that has just finished as a guideline).
Some of the sports tried so far have been, cricket, football, tennis, gentle exercise and the group are currently doing dancing. Also included was a keeping safe program delivered by 2 officers from the proactive unit in Keilor.
The program has been such a great success that we are planning to run it again in term 2. We are currently looking for other opportunities for the group and calling out to sporting organisations that may be interested in participating. The program is ran on a Tuesday morning between the hours of 10 and 12 pm, and will run from mid October to the start of December.
We are holding an information night (flyer also attached) with a presentation from participants of the program so far, as well inviting new potential participants and organisations in the local are.
Please contact me fi you need any further information.
Hi Amy. The best point of contact for you in Victoria is Sue Phillips who is the Sailability Coordinator for Victoria. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to know where you get the hoists made that you use for transfers for clients from their wheelchairs to boats? My daughter goes to you and loves it and the hoist would be perfect for us on our pool. Can you give me any information??
Hi Chris. Most of the cranes that are used by programs in Australia come from Hansa Sailing, who manufacture the Hansa boats (they were formerly called Access but changed their name). Their website is http://hansasailing.com/ and search for C-Crane.
Hi there! Just wondering if we could get the Geelong listing under Victoria linked to the website page of the Geelong program. The website is http://rgyc.com.au/water/sailability
The link for Sailability Queensland should be changed to
Do you currently have any sailability programs running on a Saturday around the Port Philip Bay area.
I am supporting a client under the NDIS who loves boats and Kayaks
Hi Barbara – See the SV website – https://www.revolutionise.com.au/vicsailability
Hi, have been asked by an Aust state Sailability association to make contact re usability of links to Sailability branches. Can you let me know who moderates this site.
Can u confirm my comment of Jan 30 has been received,
Your emails have been received. As SNSW have changed their websites all links are being updated. Shauna
Please can you give me the contact for bayside club in Queensland as I would like to help.
Hi Lorna – their website is https://sailabilitybayside.wordpress.com/
How do I fill out a volunteer application fir sailability bayside Queensland?
Hi Lindy – you would need to contact them directly – There is a contact form on their website – https://www.sailabilitybayside.org.au/contact-us – which includes a mobile number.
Hi Sailability ORG team,
Sailability Pittwater has a new Facebook Public Page
Please update when you can
Updated – thanks for letting us know 🙂