Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

Stage 4 restrictions: what's closed and what's open.

Community Recreation Outreach Program

Run by the YMCA for Council, the Community Recreation Outreach Program (CROP) is designed to build confidence and provide social opportunities for people suffering from mental illness or social isolation.

It offers a variety of activities - from barbecues to gym sessions - in a supportive environment.

For more information, contact the CROP co-ordinator at the Kew Recreation Centre on 9853 6177 or email CROP.

Access for All Abilities Play

AAA (Access for All Abilities) Play connects people with all abilities to inclusive sporting and recreational opportunities throughout Victoria. AAA Play is a free information and referral service to assist Victorians of all ages with a disability to become involved in sport and active recreation. 

Visit AAA Play or call 1800 222 842 to discover the huge amount of sports and active recreation activities close to home and available for people of all abilities.

Within Boroondara, these opportunities include:
  • wheelchair rugby
  • deaf cricket
  • ballet for the blind
  • cycling for people with disabilities
  • goalball for people with vision impairment.

AAA Play is a Victorian Government initiative coordinated by Sport and Recreation Victoria.

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