Welcome, we’re glad you’re here.
Working together with families, friends and dedicated staff, Sunnyfield supports a brighter future for people with disability.
Your future, your choice
We’re a for-purpose organisation built on a heritage of community spirit, trust, inclusion and heart. Work, life or leisure, we support children, youth and adults with disability to build independence in every opportunity, find a place to call home, connect with their community and build skills for life. Let’s work together to make your future bright.
Discover our newest services, exciting programs, and fun events, happening across Sunnyfield
Whether you’re a bookworm, a foodie, a music lover, or just looking to meet new friends, we’ve got you covered.
Boys Night Out provides a fun, interactive space for men to come together and connect, fostering a positive mindset and inner confidence.
Expressions of interest are now open for our new Saturday Community Access Program for people with disability aged 18+
Join one of our virtual information sessions as we cover all you need to know about post-school work options.
Join us for an information session at Sunnyfield Employment Services Mount Druitt and learn all you need to know about our employment services, including a site tour and one-to-one consultation.
A new bespoke, non-NDIS funded Support Coordination service for busy individuals who need extra guidance and support.
Expressions of interest are now open for a new robust SDA home in Concord.
Expressions of interest are now open for the newly built innovative SDA home in Sutherland.
Creating an inclusive environment.
Improving accessibility benefits everyone, creating a more inclusive society. Accessibility, however, isn’t always black and white. It’s personal and looks different for everyone. We share some simple tips on how you can create a more accessible environment.
Sunnyfield’s CEO Andrew Hyland gives an update on improving our service agreements with clients to ensure they have choice and control over the support services they receive.
Moving is a big change, and with help from our supportive services, and his family’s determination, Richard now has access to a lot more.
An insight into how Support coordination can help in the transition to living independently.