Learn, grow and explore
Nurturing skills and independence while fostering new friendships through programs that support people with disability to get out into their local community.
Catering to people with disability of all ages, there’s something for everyone. Immerse yourself in weekly activities, meet new people through social groups, join a sports team, discover a new hobby or connect and contribute to your local community. The world is your oyster.
Master a new hobby like gardening, photography or music at one of our 23 Community Services Hubs.
Go to the movies, have a barbecue with friends or just hang out at your favourite park.
The fun starts after-school and in the school holidays. It’s all about bringing young people together to do the things they love.
Attend a local event, visit a museum or do the weekly grocery shop. Explore your local community with ease.
Weekends are for friends and adventure, so you’ll get out and about, do things to build your independence, develop a few life skills and make loads of new friends. These programs are jam packed with local events, attractions, cruises and much more.
The Learning Tree is built around fostering all kinds of social, creative and physical skills, for children with disability. Filled with super cool activities like swimming, sports, gardening, arts and craft, seasonal cooking and trips to the movies this is the place for after school fun and friends.