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Recreation

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.

Recreation stories

Ryan's Boccia Family

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Ryan has always loved sport but was never able to play.

by MDQLD

The view from my wheelchair: Byron Bay Bluesfest

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I am a power wheelchair user who has been to the last two Bluesfests at Byron so here is my review of their accessibility features.

by Sarah Shaw

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The view from my wheelchair: Caloundra Music Festival

by Sarah Shaw

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View from my wheelchair: Brisbane’s Boondall Entertainment Centre

by Sarah Shaw

Australian Companion Card: assistance in getting out into the community

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The Australian Companion Card is a program that reduces or removes the financial burden of this by allowing you to purchase an additional ticket at no cost.

by Sarah Shaw

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View from my wheelchair: Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers Heritage Bank Festival of Food and Wine

by Sarah Shaw

View from my wheelchair: Brisbane Powerhouse

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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.

by Sarah Shaw

View from my wheelchair: Queensland Theatre Company

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As a season pass holder for the Queensland Theatre Company for the last five years here is my review of their accessibility features.

by Sarah Shaw

View from my wheelchair: Queensland Performing Arts Centre

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As a frequent flyer at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre here is my review about their accessibility.

by Sarah Shaw

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