Everybody Moves Bayside
Everybody can get moving at our morning of fun, sport and inspiration in the lead up to International Day of People with a Disability
Come and check out the great range of inclusive and accessible activities for kids and adults in Bayside and beyond.
Everyone is welcome to come along to find out how you can get moving. Finding out about the great opportunities available could be your first step to getting involved, having fun and being active.
The event features all abilities, fun activities for everyone including:
- Melbourne Stars Truck cricket fun
- Inclusive netball drills with Sandringham & District Netball Association
- All abilities football clinic with St Kilda Football Club
- Special Olympics Victoria showcase
- Come and try with the Bayside Pickleball Club
- Bayley House and Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program
- Disability Sport Australia
- Scouts Australia
- Better Health Network
- NDIS services
- theField.jobs - creative pathways for employment for young people with a disability.
There’ll also be a sausage sizzle, music, activities and much more.
So come along for a morning of fun, energy and inclusion. Let’s get everybody moving in Bayside.
76 Royal Avenue
This is an accessible event. A full accessibility overview of the venue is coming soon
Bayside City Council
Venue access overview
Getting to Bayside City Council Corporate Centre, 76 Royal Avenue, Sandringham, 3191.
Within the Bayside City Council, there will be designated accessible parking at the front of the corporate centre. The marked accessible parking bays will be available for the duration of the event.
Enter the carpark from Royal Avenue.
On street parking is available on Royal Avenue, please check the parking signs in the area.
Accessible parking space with ramp access to footpath that leads to the corporate centre.
Car park spaces located at the front of the corporate centre.
Ramp Access from the car park that leads to the corporate centre.
Entrance to Bayside City Council, Corporate Centre
From Royal Avenue, there is one main entry into the driveway that leads to the carpark or the footpath that leads to the Corporate Centre.
Image of footpath along Royal Avenue with entry to the Bayside Corporate Centre.
Footpath that leads to entryway doors.
Automated sliding doors to enter the corporate centre.
There is an accessible toilet located inside the council building.
Additional event information
The event Everybody Moves Bayside will be held at the Bayside City Council Corporate Centre. The event will involve come and try activities that will be held in the gardens.
A number of organisations will have stalls set up indoors for participants to try different activities and learn more about their services.
There’ll also be a sausage sizzle, coffee van and music playing outdoors.
With all these different sounds, smells, and sights to see, the event will also have a quiet zone for anyone needing to retreat to a quiet place. The quiet zone will be available for the duration of the event.
Support staff will be available to help assist and direct you to this area.
If you would like to discuss your support needs for this event, please contact Bayside’s Inclusion Officer, Vimbayi via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 03 9599 4871.