Echolocation: A way of using sound to interpret the world (Melbourne North East and Outer East)


Date 01 Sep 2020

Time 10:00 AM



Address Online, Melbourne North East and Outer East , VIC

Phone 0437 780 785


Join our online session to discuss the benefits of using echolocation to gain a greater understanding of your environment.

Echolocation is a way of using reflected sounds to hear echoes from the objects around you to perceive the environment beyond the long cane.

You may know that animals such as dolphins and bats use echoes to navigate their environment, but humans can also have this ability with some practice.

This session is an introduction to the skill of echolocation including some theory and practical exercises.

Dates and times:

Please let us know if you would like to join the Tuesday or Friday group as outlined below:

  • Tuesday 1 September at 10am to 11:30pm
  • Friday 4 September at 12pm to 1:30pm 

If you cannot join on these dates, please contact us now about future sessions.

How to Join:

You can join this program from the safety and convenience of your home via computer, tablet or even your phone.

It’s easy to join and our team is also available to assist you in getting set up if you like. Just mention it when our team contacts you to discuss your registration.


This series can be funded through your NDIS plan, My Aged Care or privately funded.

Please contact us if you would like to know how to arrange funding.


Places are limited. Once you book, our team will then get back to you to confirm your spot.

Call Darren on 0437 780 785, or email here.