Having a neuromuscular condition doesn't mean you have to sit on the sidelines. Find out more about getting involved in sport, leisure and the arts.
Ryan's Boccia Family
The view from my wheelchair: Byron Bay Bluesfest
The view from my wheelchair: Caloundra Music Festival
View from my wheelchair: Brisbane’s Boondall Entertainment Centre
Australian Companion Card: assistance in getting out into the community
View from my wheelchair: Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers Heritage Bank Festival of Food and Wine
View from my wheelchair: Brisbane Powerhouse
The benefits of going to listen to live entertainment are well documented in terms of reducing stress, lifting your mood and increasing energy levels. Tickets even with a companion card can be expensive though and you want to know before you go that your needs will be met.
View from my wheelchair: Queensland Theatre Company
As a season pass holder for the Queensland Theatre Company for the last five years here is my review of their accessibility features.
View from my wheelchair: Queensland Performing Arts Centre
As a frequent flyer at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre here is my review about their accessibility.
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