July Update from AAA Play 
Winter is coming to an end, so if you're not already, it's time to find an activity, go outside and start getting some sunshine. A handful of amazing all abilities activities are waiting to be enjoyed outdoors thanks to some new opportunities initiated by our friends, SNAPP, Softball Australia, VicHealth, Bowls Victoria, and South Gisborne Tennis Club. And they're not the only ones striving to provide better programs for people with all abilities...
  • Thanks to Fishcare, Fishing for All Abilities clinics will deliver more programs
  • It's the perfect season to play outdoor frisbee with Ultimate Frisbee, and
  • With access to an indoor ice-rink, the AAA Play Ambassadors are slicing through the ice in any weather!

In the Spotlight

Looking Back: All Abilities Clinics - Fishing is for EVERYONE!

AAA Play and a host of remarkable partners will be working with Fishcare Victoria to develop and trial a structured program to deliver 100 ‘fishing for all abilities clinics’ in the Kingston, Bayside, Hobsons Bay, and Port Philip Council areas.

This exciting new initiative is thanks to $127,200 secured by Fishcare Victoria over two years for their ‘All Ability Clinics - Fishing is for EVERYONE!’ program, which will increase accessibility for both metro and regional areas.

For more details please click here

Looking Forward: The DSSA (Down Syndrome Swimming Australia) National Swimming Championships

The DSSA (Down Syndrome Swimming Australia) National Swimming Championships are being held at The Centennial Pool, Brisbane on the 24th and 25th of August 2019.

The championships are held every two years to provide an unique opportunity for all swimmers with DS, who are over the age of 12, to compete against other swimmers with DS only. Additionally, this competition supports and enables access to the various swimming pathways available to our swimmers such as Swimming Australia clubs and affiliates, Sports Inclusion Australia, and Special Olympics.

For more details please click here

Find an Activity

SNAPP : Sporting Network of Autistic People and Parents
SNAPP is a Not For Profit Organisation dedicated to creating sports programs for children living with Autism. Recently, SNAPP expanded its football program to Geelong.

Details can be found here

Spark Tennis
The South Gisborne Tennis Club's All Abilities tennis program has gone a step further. Every Thursday, after school hours tennis lessons for All Abilities individuals will be held.

Details can be found here

Social Wheelchair Softball
Set in a fun, social, and welcoming environment, Tryboys Stadium and Softball Australia's new Social Softball Competition is a great opportunity to get involved in a new and exciting sport!

Details can be found here

Ultimate Frisbee
Ballarat Ultimate Inc is a Ballarat based Ultimate Frisbee club. They play both indoor and outdoor competitions, locally and abroad.

Details can be found here


2019 Brenda Gabe Leadership Award

The Brenda Gabe Leadership Award is a biennial award which recognises and rewards outstanding leadership from women (or those who identify as women) with disability in Victoria. 

Click here for more information.

Speak Up We're Listening 

Manningham Learns are undertaking their annual consultation with the community to understand the types of programs and activities that you would like them to deliver. 

Click here for more information.

On Your Bike

Children with autism will have the opportunity to learn how to safely ride bikes as part of a new VicHealth program aiming to make sport fun and accessible for all Victorians, including those with disability.

Click here for more information.

Multilingual Disability Hub

The Multilingual Disability Hub is a national multilingual hotline and website that provides relevant and easily accessible information about disability and the NDIS in your language. Live the life of your choice.

Click here for more information.


Come 'N Try Para Ice Hockey

Winter has almost come to an end, but not for Para Ice Hockey. ANYONE can come along with mates and feel the THRILL of slicing through the ice on a sled!!

Click here for more information.

Bowls Multi-Disability Open Day

Bowl Victoria invite you to the Multi-Disability Open Day. The Open Day is an opportunity for people with disabilities to try out Victoria’s most accessible sport!

Click here for more information

Connecting to Community Workshop

Connect to the community through the richness of story telling, to create contribution and connections for ourselves and with others.

Click here for more information.

Stonnington Carers Forum

It's OK to care for yourself when you're caring for someone else. Come along to Carers Forum and learn about self-care and available support services.

Click here for more information

AAA Ambassador News

No stopping the smiles from our lovely ambassadors Sonny, Evie Rose, and Dre on the ice as they took part in the mini Come N' Try Para Ice Hockey Session at O'Brien Arena. O'Brien's cold ice just couldn’t handle the warm grins from Sonny, and Evie Rose and Dre also had a blast as sliced through the ice on a sled for sure!

For more details please click here

For any further information on the programs featured please go to or call us on 1800 222 842. 
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