Events

Find events on this page, such as audio described theatre shows, blind cricket competitions, Vision Australia client days and more. Filter events by using the drop down box to select what “type” of event, and/or by “state”.
05 February, 2019
Online
Are you preparing for or thinking about studying at university and want to know how best to advocate for yourself?

Register for our ”Stand Up for Your Rights Advocacy Webinar: What university students need to know” today for advice from our expert panel.
08 January, 2020
14-18 Barrett St
Kensington
VIC
Come along to one of our woodwork masterclasses where you can make your very own woodwork creation. Whatever your ability, our woodwork teachers who specialise in blindness and low vision will be there to guide and teach you all the skills you need to create your own woodwork masterpiece! The classes will be held in our woodwork workshop which is specially fitted with all the tools and equipment you'll need.
19 January, 2020
Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road
Walsh Bay
NSW
Created with director Susie Dee and an extraordinary ensemble of performers, Anthem is a funny, unflinching and astute portrait of a country unwilling to reconcile its past and uncertain of its future and political vision.
22 January, 2020
Blacksmiths Beach or Caves Beach
Newcastle
NSW
After popular demand, we are pleased to announce the return of our exciting School Holiday Program – Summer Surf School. If your child is seeking a challenge, or if you would like them to gain some confidence, lift their self-esteem and build friendships, then sign them up!

This year, we will also be joined by Matt Formston – World Champion Paraolympian Surfer!

Depending on surf conditions, we will be going to Blacksmith’s Beach or Caves Beach for our surfing lesson. We will have lots of fun surfing and playing beach games as organised by Blind Sports Australia. This may include Beach Cricket, Tug of War and Beach Yoga!
23 January, 2020
Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street
Kirribilli
NSW
Risking illness and persecution, Australia’s first international cricket team – including Australia’s first Indigenous sporting hero, Johnny Mullagh – amazed the English crowds with astonishing talent, personality and grit. They should have returned to Australia as celebrated heroes. Instead they came back to find the world they once knew was no longer there.
24 January, 2020
Riverside Theatre – corner Church and Market Sts, Parramatta, NSW
NSW
26 January, 2020
Supreme Court Gardens, Riverside Foreshore
WA
Bookings are essential. Bookings close on 23 January.

For Audio Description, download the Sennheiser MobileConnect app (available for iOS and Andriod) and connect to the DADAA Wifi Mobileconnect WiFi network Available at the show or event) with your own mobile device. You will need to bring your own earphones.

For more information, please contact Jacqueline Homer. Email: jacqueline@dadaa.org.au
01 February, 2020
Illawarra Performing Arts Centre – Bruce Gordon Theatre, 32 Burelli Street
Wollongong
NSW
With a hugely entertaining blend of humour, physical theatre and video projection, Trash Talk is framed within the hyper-reality of a professional wrestling tournament. With its gladiatorial approach to human rights and our universal desire for respect and dignity, the show reaffirms the right to work as fundamental to human existence.
01 February, 2020
The Regent Theatre, 191 Collins Street
Melbourne
VIC
Based on the beloved novel by Michael Morpurgo, the National Theatre of Great Britain’s Tony Award-winning production of War Horse is coming to Melbourne from January 2020!
04 February, 2020
Mezzanine bar at The Cheeky Sparrow, 317 Murray St, Perth WA 6000
WA