Latest news

19 Apr 2018
April marks the start of a significant program of military commemorations in Australia and overseas, with 2018 culminating in the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
19 Apr 2018
The team at Monash University's Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) are hosting a Scientific Discovery Day specifically designed to be accessible for the blind and low vision community with tactile, sound, olfactory and low vision accessible displays and exhibits. The Infection and Immunity Program at BDI are inviting all members of the blind and low vision community to discover more about infection, immunity and the work performed by researchers in this area.
13 Apr 2018
Clients who have received equipment - our 2018 Bursary Recipients
13 Apr 2018
The region's blind and low vision community have benefitted from a generous donation from a dedicated group of Kiama volunteers. Leading blindness and low vision service provider Vision Australia was recently presented with a cheque for $3700 by The Kiama Friends of Vision Australia, which will go towards the not-for-profit's work in supporting people who live with vision loss.
13 Apr 2018
Australia's leading provider of services to the blindness and low vision community, Vision Australia, have recently refurbished their national head office in Kooyong, Victoria implementing best practice in accessible design.
11 Apr 2018
Vision Australia's joint statement signed by 25 disability advocacy organisations and peak bodies has led to positive feedback from the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) who has pledged to promote and closely monitor accessibility guidelines.
10 Apr 2018
Vision Australia would like to pay tribute to a much loved and respected member of our team. 
03 Apr 2018
Vision Australia’s Audio Description team will make the Opening Ceremony at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games more inclusive than ever. Audio Description paints a verbal picture of all the spectacular visual elements of this moving Ceremony for people who are blind or have low vision.
28 Mar 2018
Diagnosed with glaucoma more than 30 years ago, it wasn't until much more recently that Norma Wesslink truly felt the impact of the condition. Norma's original diagnosis was made in 1984, but her vision didn't begin to seriously deteriorate until around 2012.
28 Mar 2018
One of Vision Australia's most popular products, the Olitech Easy Mate+, has been recommended as the best phone for seniors by Australia's leading consumer advocacy group Choice.