City of Port Phillip Council is holding a ‘Water Inclusion Forum’ as part of their Sport and Recreation Calendar of Events.

The session will give Clubs ideas and insights into what can be barriers to inclusion from sport and what has worked to include people in sport with a focus on the water and foreshore.    

Our guest speakers are;
Tim Ryan, Chief Executive Officer, Lord Somers Camp and Power House
Amanda Lawrie-Jones, Disability Inclusion Consultant, Accessible Action
Laura Jenkins, Manager, AAA Play
Each speaker will talk for around 15 minutes and following this there will be panel discussion and audience questions.

This event will not only give your Club valuable knowledge of inclusion strategies to implement at your Club but also give you a chance to meet some of the key staff here at Council and other representatives from your area, as well as four people with expertise in this area.

Session details as follows:
Day:      Monday, November 19, 2018
Time:     6.30 – 8.00pm (Registration from 6.15pm)
Venue:  St Kilda Lifesaving Club, 34 Jacka Boulevard, St Kilda VIC 3182

Light food & refreshments will be provided.

Contact Matthew O’Riley
Sports & Recreation Club Liaison Officer | Open Space and Recreation Services
Phone 03 8563 7485 or email Matthew.O'

A fun, inclusive & free activity for people of all ages for International Day of People With Disability (IDPWD)
Are you interested in trying a new sport, learning new skills and meeting new friends? Come and learn more about AAA programs!
Access for All Abilities (AAA) programs promote social inclusion in sport by offering inclusive sport and recreation opportunities for people with a disability.

WHEN: 4.00-5.00pm Tuesday 4 December 2018

WHERE: Bannockburn Recreation Centre (YMCA) 132 Milton Street, Bannockburn

If you can’t come along on Tuesday but are interested in joining an all abilities team, please complete information on the flyer and return it to the YMCA. For more information contact YMCA Bannockburn on 5281 2316.

Proudly supported by AAA Play, State Government of Victoria, Leisure Networks, YMCA, Golden Plains Eagles Soccer Club and Golden Plains Shire.

Playspace Expo 23 November 9.30-2.30
An expo for Early Years Educators to assist your awareness and understanding of the role agencies and services play in supporting children and families in Darebin


Darebin Families, Youth and Children are hosting an Agencies and Services Expo, for Early Childhood Educators. This event will provide you with an opportunity to be aware of and talk to services available in Darebin who support your work with children and families.


The playspace will focus on the following themes:

Children’s emotional, physical and social well-being;

Child and family engagement and

Celebrating diversity, inclusion and creativity of all children.


A panel of experts will present between 9.30 and 11.30.

Following this a guided tour will provide you with an opportunity to hear from a range of agencies including but not limited to:-

Access for All Abilities (AAA)

Play Brotherhood of St Laurence

Your Community Health

Darebin City Council services Spectrum

Specialist Children’s Services Department of Education and Training

Transition Darebin

We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gyms

Community Child Care Association

Northern Area Mental Health Service

Rainbow Families



Darebin North East Community Hub 35 Copernicus Crescent, Bundoora


Bookings are essential


For further information:

T: 8470 8119


The Walking Football (soccer) program is designed to improve fitness and health through a modified and slower version of the game, encouraging older members of the Glen Eira community and those with restricted mobility to be more active and use football as a vehicle to socialise.

No running allowed during the game.

Where: The synthetic football pitch in Caulfield Park at the back of Caulfield Park bowls, 280 Balaclava Road, Caulfield


Tuesday 20 Novmber 2018 at 11am

Tuesday 27 November 2018 at 11am

There are another 2 sessions of Walking Football FREE of charge as an introductory offer.  The sessions will last for one hour and we invite participants for a light snack at the end of the session each week.

We recommend comfortable walking shoes, NO football boots please.

Please register your interest by emailing or feel free to turn up on the day and have fun.

Join Reclink Australia on Friday 16 November and test yourself at Melbourne's most iconic running/walking track – hit the 'Tan with us for a lap (3.8kms)!

Like the name says, you can run, roll, or walk!

This free event will time all participants, with medals and certificates presented when the last person finishes. A free BBQ lunch will be provided post-race

We will meet at "the horseshoe" area, approximately 200m from the Swan Street Bridge on Alexandra Avenue; just look for the Reclink Australia flags and staff. Please be there for 10:30AM to register, before we hit the track at 11:00AM.

Tell your mates and join in the fun with us!

Set in a fun, non-competitive environment, our new social wheelchair softball group is a great opportunity to get involved and make some new friends! Available to everyone, all
equipment provided!

Time: Friday 7th of December 6pm
Location: Casey Stadium

For more information contact reception on 03 5996 6052


Let's Celebrate!

Monday 3rd December 2018
4pm - 7pm

Activities will be held in Nowingi Place
Park area behind
Bobby + Me Expresso & Eatery,
Hugh King Drive, Mildura

Your Invited to:


Superhero theme:

'Come and celebrate the end of the year and the year that has been. For anyone with a disability or special need'

Wednesday 5th December 2018
$7 entry per person

Beenleigh PCYC,
20-38 Alamein Street Beenleigh

RSVP: Peter Speaight
3380 1777 or

The 2018 Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Festival will be held on Monday 3 December, 10am-3pm at Crown Riverwalk.

The festival is a unique community event that promotes and celebrates physically active lifestyles for people of all abilities.

It offers Victorians with, and without, disability the opportunity to explore and experience inclusive sport and recreation through hands-on activities and information sharing.

It also encourages people to celebrate International Day of People with Disability by getting active!

You can find more information on Disability Sport and Recreation's website.

AAA Play will be there so come say hello!

Join the Adults in Their Thirties Social Network for an Afternoon of Snooker at  Red Triangle Snooker Room Fitzroy

For this event, we have the exclusive use of the snooker tables offering three hours of unlimited games of snooker. You will also be able to purchase milkshakes and soft drinks from the venue. Participants can also bring their own food. 

The Adults in Their Thirties Social Network is a new group organised by Aspergers Victoria.

If you are an adult with Aspergers aged approximately 30 to 40 years old, participating in either the workforce or studying and you are looking to meet like-minded peers, improve your social networks and participate in social activities then this group is for you.

The group is intended for those who are in the in-between stage of the Young Adults Group and the Adults Group, however participants in the group are still welcome to attend either the Young Adults Group or the Adults Group in addition to participating in the activities organised by this group.  


$10 per person for members of Aspergers Victoria

$15 per person for non-members of Aspergers Victoria

Includes Three hours of unlimited Games of Snooker.

Booking: Please register your attendance on this page.

Location: Red Triangle Snooker Room, 110 Argyle St Fitzroy

What Happens on the Day?

Attendees arrive and check in at the venue.  
Aspergers Victoria volunteers with lived experience run the all meetings and will welcome you and answer any questions you may have (especially if you're new). 
Games of snooker and socialising 
We will seek your input on what you would like to do for future events.
This group is for Aspergers Victoria members only. However, you are welcome to attend one meeting to try before joining. We welcome your feedback (you will receive a survey after the event).

Please Note: 

If you have any further queries about the booking procedures or have missed the booking deadline, please contact us on email addresses below.

Contact Details: 

Gayle Vermont, Groups Co-Ordinator,

Phillip Kalaitzis Event Co-Ordinator, and Group Leader