For general information on sports and recreation and clubs near you, visit the Department of Sports and Recreation website.
Organisations exist to help people participate in recreation activities. Discuss with your co-ordinator or planner to investigate the options. Some of the organisations who support teenagers and adults access and participate in recreation are listed below.
Athletics for All - helping people with physical disabilities participate in athletics.
AUSKICK – Australian Rules football for all, children
Befriend INC – social club for adults, not disability specific.
E-friend – social club for adults online, not disability specific.
Changing Places – secure, clean and suitably accessible bathrooms in the community
Companion Card – offers 2 for 1 tickets to numerous venues and events around Western Australia for a carer to support the person with a disability
Kidsport vouchers – subsidies for club fees for children aged 15-18 years.
Herb Graham Recreation Centre, Mirrabooka WA - all abilities sports and recreation
Inclusion WA - Community Inclusion service and social clubs. Assisting people to live their best life.
My Care Space – comprehensive list of camps available in Western Australia
Rebound WA (previously Wheelchair Sports WA) – supports people with disabilities access and participate in a wide variety of sports and recreation
Superfins – swimming club for people with disabilities, from beginners to competitions
Swan Friendship Club Inc WA – provides recreational activities in the community for young people with disabilities between 12 and 25 years, based at Altone Park Leisure Centre, Beechboro.
Scouts WA - open to all ability levels.
Riding for the disabled (RDA) - all inclusive horse riding in Carine, Brigadoon and Oakford.
Volunteer Task Force – can offer transport and social support free of charge
WA Disabled Sports Association (WADSA) – list of inclusive sports and camps