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Rebound WA

Rebound WA– Helping people living with physical disability to lead fuller, more active and more connected lives.  Rebound WA has access to a range of sports and recreational programs and can connect you with a wide variety of accessible opportunities around the State.

Mountain Biking

Break The Boundary– Break the Boundary provides nature-based off-road cycling and hiking opportunities for people living with a disability to break their physical, mental and social boundaries to engaging with the outdoors and the wider community.

Surfing Lessons for Autistic children

Ocean Heroes provide a unique opportunity for people on the Autism spectrum to take part in organised sport backed by a highly supported, safe and inclusive environment. By running free events and one-on-one surfing experiences, they offer the Autism community the chance to experience the thrill of riding a wave!

Scuba Diving lessons for disabled

Dive Unlimited, 15 Coolibah Way, Bibra Lake   0466 829 256

Learn to Swim

WA Disabled Sports Association (WASDA) are running an inclusive aquatic program at Bayswater Waves Saturday afternoons from July 23 to September 17, 2022 for all ages. Click here to register your interest.

All Abilities Recreation Outdoor Challenges

WASDA are running an All Abilities Recreation Outdoor Challenges. Activities for 18+ years that will include Geocaching, Kayaking, Obstacle Course, Raft Building, Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Frisbee Golf.

When: October 13 to December 15, 2022
Where: The Leisurelife Centre, 34 Kent Street East Victoria Park

WASDA Regional Programs

WADSA works with recreation centres and community providers in regional WA to develop sport and recreation activities that are suitable for people with disabilities such as multisports, aqua programs and competitions. Regional activities are delivered by WADSA in partnership with other organisations across regional WA.

WADSA provides:

  • Conservation Pursuits
  • Adventures
  • Nature Activities
  • Competitions
  • Camps

    Leeuwin Ocean Adventure sailing

    Leeuwin Ocean Adventure delivers Australia’s only tall ship personal development program for people with disability, through its annual Ultimate Challenge Voyage.

    For over thirty years, Leeuwin Ocean Adventure, the Ultimate Challenge Voyage has offered people with an intellectual, physical or sensory challenge a life-building adventure which is a powerful source of cognitive and emotional stimulation, challenge and accomplishment.  Outdoor Adventure Education makes a difference to lives, offering experiences beyond the status quo, encouraging new behaviours, strengthening self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-efficacy.

    All participants work as a team within their watch. Our experienced crew and volunteers collaborate with participants to be independent and involved as trainee crew members.

    This voyage is open to participants over 14 years of age.


There are several rowing clubs in the metropolitan area which have the ability to assist with para-rowing opportunities and can cater for athletes with mild to severe impairments- Curtin University Boat Club, Perth Rowing Club, Champion Lakes Boating Club, West Australian Rowing Club.


Beach Wheelchair hire

Hire at Perth beaches

City of Fremantle– South Beach, Bathers Beach, Leighton Beach
City of Cockburn– Port Coogee Marina
City of South Perth– Sir James Mitchell Park
City of Wanneroo– Quinns Beach & Yanchep Beach

Hire at Regional

City of Greater Geraldton– Champion Bay Surf Life Saving Club
City of Mandurah– Mandurah Ocean Marina Chalets
City of Busselton beach wheelchair hire– Busselton & Dunsborough
Ningaloo Coast– DPAW have provided two wheelchairs located at the Milyering Discovery Centre in Cape Range National Park. The best locations to visit for ease of access are Sandy Bay and Turquoise Bay.