Latest news

04 Mar 2020
With the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) fast approaching, we took the time to chat with Vision Australia service designer Polly Goodwin about her role as an audio describer for the world-leading fashion event!
03 Mar 2020
With an estimated 300,000 Australians living with glaucoma, the condition is one of the leading causes of blindness and low vision in Australia.

Treatments such eye drops, laser and surgery have proved to be effective in halting the progression of glaucoma however, a significant proportion of people that live with glaucoma will still experience significant vision loss.
28 Feb 2020
Code Jumper, an award-winning educational tool that opens up the world of computer coding to blind children, has been launched in Australia by Vision Australia.
26 Feb 2020
In the latest episode of Vision Australia’s Meet the Experts audio series, Stella chats with braille trainer Mitzi Raaphorst about braille courses available from Vision Australia for people aged 16 and above.
24 Feb 2020
Vision Australia has reinforced the importance of iVote for the blind and low vision community to the New South Wales government.
24 Feb 2020
Vision Australia is excited to be launching into Australia an educational tool that is opening up the world of programming and coding to children who have a vision impairment.
20 Feb 2020
Are you based in Sydney and the surrounding regions and on the hunt for a new job? Whether you’re returning to the workforce or looking for a change in your current career, Vision Australia’s Employment Bootcamp could be for you!
20 Feb 2020
At just eight weeks old, Kai Loomes’ diagnosis of rare brain condition left his family “completely shocked.”
19 Feb 2020
Communications and marketing professionals can now ensure their messages can be understood and enjoyed by even larger audiences thanks to a new offering from Digital Access at Vision Australia.
19 Feb 2020
Our partnership with the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) means this year’s event will be more accessible than ever for people who are blind or have low vision. Don’t worry if you can’t make it along to VAMFF though, we’ve pulled together some great fashion, shopping and wardrobe tips for you!