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All-ability sports programs in Bayside

From Hampton Life Saving Club's Starfish Nippers to Sandringham Netball Association's all-abilities club, we're proud to support a range of all-abilities sports programs throughout Bayside.

ashannon [at] bayside.vic.gov.au (subject: All-abilities%20sports%20program) (Let us know) if you run or are aware of a club supporting inclusion in the area and we'll be happy to include them in our list below. 

While we've compiled some of what's happening in Bayside below, you can find a comprehensive list of all-abilities activities via the AAA website.

Starfish Nippers Program

Hampton Life Saving Club deliver a life saving skills program designed for children and young adults with a disability 6 years and older, aiming to give young people with disabilities beach safety and water awareness skills.

Email: starfish [at] hlsc.org.au

Find out more

Hampton Dolphins Football Club (soccer)

The Hampton Dolphins is a group of children and teens with special needs who get together each week to learn basic soccer skills in a relaxed, friendly, non-competitive environment.

Phone (Ian Spence): 0412 111 005

Email: dolphinsjfc [at] gmail.com

BAM Allstars Performing Arts (dance)

Open to people of all abilities, and from ages 3 right through to adults, providing creative and performing arts programmes for people with disabilities.

Phone (Lisa Murphy): 0425 721 848

Email: BAMartsINC [at] outlook.com

Fitness for Fun (gymnastics)

Catering for children with special needs in their mainstream group classes, small group classes and through one-on-one individual coaching sessions.

Phone (Issac Fletcher): 1300 386 5437

Email: specialneeds [at] fitnessforfun.com.au

BusyFeet (dance)

BusyFeet is a dance and movement activity for children with intellectual and physical disabilities, aged 6 to 16 years.

Phone (Lyn Mortimer): 0407 140 549

Email: busyfeet [at] northbrightonrotary.org.au

PGA All Abilities Coaches (golf)

Sandringham Gold Course provide training and support for golfers with physical, sensory or intellectual disability.

Phone: (03) 9598 3590

Find out more about the PGA course

Gymnastics for Kids with Autism

At Highett Youth Club, children are given the chance to use the gym equipment and work at their own pace, alongside qualified coaches who volunteer their time along with gymnast volunteers from the club.

Phone: (03) 9532 0457

Email: highettyouthclub [at] bigpond.com

Access Midweek Basketball Competition

Adult senior access-for-all-abilities basketball competition played on Tuesday mornings at Southern Basketball Association.

Phone: (03) 9583 4481

Email: seniordomestic [at] southernbasketballassociation.com.au

Snorkelling and Scuba Diving for People with Disabilities

Disabled Divers Association Victoria deliver snorkelling activities at Ricketts Point, offering activities that focus on training participants to be independent snorkellers as well as providing a new experience.

Email: parafin_dda [at] mail.com

Visit their Facebook page

Sandringham and District Netball Association All-Abilities Program

With funding from our Inclusive Grants, SDNA are continuing to develop their all-abilities netball program. Funding from the same grants scheme is supporting the Collaborative Netball Program at Bayley House.

Visit their website