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”.
12 September, 2018
Vision Australia, Suite 2A, Ground Floor, 3 Carlingford Road
Epping
Vic
You’re invited to a special information evening for optometrists, orthoptists, ophthalmologists, occupational therapists, general practitioners and allied health professionals where our practitioners will step you through the process of when to refer your patients to Vision Australia, what happens when you refer and funding options. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about the services and products Vision Australia offers to support your patients who are blind or experiencing vision loss, regardless of their age.

15 September, 2018
Canberra Theatre Centre
Canberra
Australian Capital Territory
Meet the Duncans, a mob as funny as they are unforgettable. Back home on Tassie's Dog Island for birding season, and the threat of snakes and Pop's explosive temper, the family reunites with a country and culture still very much alive.
15 September, 2018
Kino Cinema 2, Lower Ground Level, 45 Collins Street
Melbourne
Vic
The Eulogy – Unclassified 15+
Director: Janine Hosking
Australia
Special Event Australian Films Premiere Fund
Genre: Documentary, Music
Inspired by former Prime Minister Paul Keating’s searing eulogy for Geoffrey Tozer, music educator Richard Gill explores the remarkable and tragic story of Australia’s greatest ever, and perhaps most overlooked, pianist.
18 September, 2018
Vision Australia, Ground Floor, 3 Carlingford Road (next to Coles)
Epping
NSW
You're invited to attend our special information session where you will find out how to get the most from your NDIS plan, whether you have an existing NDIS plan coming up for review, or if your family has not yet accessed the NDIS.
22 September, 2018
Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road
Walsh Bay
NSW
The world premieres of The Harp in the South: Part One and The Harp in the South: Part Two are designed to be enjoyed as one unforgettable, epic theatrical experience.
This major new work is one of the most ambitious productions STC has ever created. Celebrated playwright Kate Mulvany has adapted novelist Ruth Park’s revered Australian trilogy – Missus, The Harp in the South and Poor Man’s Orange – and spread these beloved stories across two equally ambitious plays.
22 September, 2018
Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road
Walsh Bay
NSW
The world premieres of The Harp in the South: Part One and The Harp in the South: Part Two are designed to be enjoyed as one unforgettable, epic theatrical experience.
This major new work is one of the most ambitious productions STC has ever created. Celebrated playwright Kate Mulvany has adapted novelist Ruth Park’s revered Australian trilogy – Missus, The Harp in the South and Poor Man’s Orange – and spread these beloved stories across two equally ambitious plays.
24 September, 2018
14 Barrett Street
Kensington
Vic
Vision Australia invites young people aged 15 to 18 to attend a free Employment program. There will be a three-day program, followed by six months of job-seeking support and optional problem-solving therapy sessions.

25 September, 2018
Theatre Room, 107 Prince Street
Orange
NSW
Come along to Vision Australia Orange’s Open Day, showcasing the latest in technology, equipment and services to support people who are blind or have low vision.
27 September, 2018
Forest Community Arts Centre (Heather Flawith Meeting Room), Forestville Shopping Centre, Darley Street
Forestville
NSW
You're invited to attend our special information session where you will find out how to get the most from your NDIS plan, whether you have an existing NDIS plan coming up for review, or if your family has not yet accessed the NDIS.
29 September, 2018
Capitol Theatre, Sydney
NSW
JERSEY BOYS is the story of how a group of blue-collar boys from the wrong side of the tracks became one of the biggest American pop music sensations of all time. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide – all before they were thirty!  Worldwide hits include Big Girls Don’t Cry, Sherry, Walk Like A Man, Oh What A Night and Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.