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04 February, 2019
14 Barrett Street
If you have a passion for woodwork and furniture making then these groups are for you!
20 February, 2019
King George Square
Brisbane City
Vision Australia’s Travel Days for 2019 are now open for bookings. Come along and get hands-on experience of negotiating interesting locations around Brisbane whilst also making new friends.
07 May, 2019
Vision Australia Sunshine, 20 Withers Street, Sunshine
Join us to experience and learn how the latest in adaptive technology can make day to day tasks easier for people with vision loss. The workshops are run on the first Tuesday of every month, covering different, exciting topics. Each session is offered in both the morning and afternoon. Attend as many sessions as you like, and choose whichever time suits you!
11 May, 2019
2 George St
QUT Art Museum, Brisbane
Bringing together a selection of recent acquisitions from the QUT Art Collection, this exhibition has been conceived as a project to broaden understanding of the lived experiences of people who are blind or with low vision. Drawing on research in QUT's Creative Industries Faculty, the exhibition proposes alternative ways of engaging with the art collection, considering how technologies can deepen our understanding of vision and challenging our sight-driven experience of art.

14 May, 2019
20 Withers St
This course aims to provide an introduction to learning about how iPhone/ iPad technology can help you with everyday tasks.
16 June, 2019
Tan Park, Botanical Gardens
BCA and Achilles Melbourne are excited to announce a ‘Come and Try Day’. Achilles is a running club for people with disabilities who host training sessions on Sundays at the Tan Running Track in Melbourne. On Sunday, 16 June, Blind Citizens Australia and Achilles will host a day for you to come and try guided running.
18 June, 2019
3 Civic Place, Ringwood
Learn strategies and tips to make your home more accessible, and make day to day life easier.  Our Occupational Therapists specialising in blindness and low vision, will give you strategies to support you in being more independent and confident around your kitchen, and the rest of your home.
18 June, 2019
Vision Australia Epping, Suite 2A, Ground Floor, 3 Carlingford Road, Epping
Are you blind or low vision, over 65* and want to learn more about how to use accessibility features on your everyday devices? Join us for an accessibility basics workshop at Vision Australia Epping to learn how to get the most out of your smartphone and computer so that you can easily access information and entertainment, and connect with family and friends.
18 June, 2019
Coffs Harbour
Find out the latest tips and tricks to help you feel confident in the kitchen and ready to make tasty and nutritious meals for yourself, friends or family. This unique two hour workshop will give you 1:1 hands-on experience in the kitchen with a Vision Australia Occupational Therapist so you can start preparing some of your favourite foods quickly and easily.
18 June, 2019
The Point Brisbane, 21 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point
Learn about services that can support your patients to live more independently and to continue doing the things they love. Experience the latest in adaptive technology, including immersive virtual reality goggles that simulate various eye conditions.