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Summer Xperiences with WADSA

WADSA CAN 2019The Western Australia Disabled Sports Association (WADSA) delivers and facilitates the opportunity for people with disabilities to participate in a variety of Conservation, Adventure and Nature (CAN) activities. Parents and Carers may be interested to learn of two activities planned for 2020. The activities are suitable for under 25 years of age with family support.

Modified activities, adaptive equipment and customised individual skilling and instruction is available on all Xperiences. Comfortable accommodation options such as chalets, dorms and holiday units are offered.

AQUA ACTION

Situated just south of Perth, Fairbridge Village is a tranquil location suitable for the whole family. Accommodation is chalet or dorm style, with families having access to individual areas plus many socialising opportunities.

Utilizing local water ways, families can try their hand at kayaking and raft building. There will also be opportunities to explore the surrounding areas through a number of fantastic tours such as the dolphin tour or the Christmas lights tour, along with activities like flying fox or a low ropes course.

Location: Fairbridge Village, Pinjarra

Date: Thursday 9th – Saturday 11th OR Saturday 11th – Month 13th

FAMILY FARM STAY

Situated in the metro area, this farm stay is a unique experience too good to miss. Accommodation is chalet or dorm style, with families having access to individual areas plus many socialising opportunities.

Families can engage in a range of local activities and experiences, such as mini golf, ten pin bowling, orienteering, nerf and bocce. Challenge each other and put your skills to the test.

Farm life is also an attraction, with daily animal feeding, cart rides and relaxing in tranquil gardens.

Location: Lansdale Far, Darch

Date: Thursday 16th – Saturday 18th OR Saturday 18th – Monday 20th

EVENT REGISTRATION

For more information please contact Katie O’Mara katie@wadsa.org.au (08) 9470 1442

WADSA

WADSA is a charitable, non-profit making, sport and recreation umbrella organisation for disabled individuals and groups. It aims to allow for greater opportunities in the area of sport and recreation for individuals.

WADSA is a registered Service Provider of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

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