Latest news

30 Sep 2019
We’re improving the Vision Australia Library service, with it getting a makeover and an expanded catalogue.
26 Sep 2019
Moving from high school to tertiary education or from education to the work place can stressful experiences.
Living with blindness or low vision can present additional challenges to this, as workplaces, educational institutions and other organisations can sometimes lack the resources and knowledge needed to be accessible and inclusive.
26 Sep 2019
Vision Australia’s Further Education Bursary program is helping Bashir Youssef turn his long-time passion for music into a career. Each year, Vision Australia awards Further Education Bursaries to a select number of tertiary students who are blind or have low vision.
25 Sep 2019
Metro Trains trialed some new safety features with the help of some clients from Vision Australia.
24 Sep 2019
Artists taking part in Vision Australia’s woodwork course in Kensington are showcasing their expertise at this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival.
19 Sep 2019
The All About Food Telelink group was treated to something special recently, when Ian “Herbie” Hemphill joined for a chat about all things herbs and spices.
19 Sep 2019
A unique art exhibition in Gosford is set to bring together the region’s sighted and blind and low vision communities. Organised by Vision Australia and Gosford Regional Gallery, the Through My Eyes exhibition will feature works of art from artists who are blind or have low vision, as well as those who are fully sighted.
18 Sep 2019
Moving from high school to tertiary education or from education to the work place can stressful experiences. In the next of our Facebook Live sessions, we’ll explore these transitions with a panel made up people who are experienced in navigating them while living with blindness or low vision.
11 Sep 2019
Vision Australia close the doors on its three Victorian op shop locations through late 2019 and early 2020. Vision Australia has made a decision to refocus on its core mission of providing specialised services to people who are blind or have low vision and as a result will close the Rye, Somerville and Bentleigh stores at the end of their respective lease periods.
30 Aug 2019
“An overwhelming and marvellous experience” is how singer Ria Andriani described her first National Braille Music Camp in 2007. Today the Indonesian-born Ria is a member of the Sydney Chamber Choir and a choral scholar at a busy church in Sydney. She also works as a braille music transcriber and proof-reader with Vision Australia.