Latest news

18 Dec 2017
Vision Australia has launched Zest, a new online social community for people who are blind or have low vision aged between 18 and 35.
13 Dec 2017
Prior to a workplace accident in her late teens, Alison Jones had never considered what it would be like to live as a person who is blind.
12 Dec 2017
Australia’s senior goalball sides have been presented with the opportunity to take on the world’s best after being invited to compete at the 2018 Goalball World Championships.
11 Dec 2017
The roll out of the Building Stronger Futures program has continued, with multiple installments of the program announced across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.
11 Dec 2017
Two iconic organisations have come together to help support the needs of unemployed people, including people who are blind or have low vision, to gain meaningful work opportunities.
07 Dec 2017
Disability advocates are celebrating the introduction of the Copyright Amendment (Service Providers) Bill 2017, by the Minister for Communications and the Arts, Senator Mitch Fifield.
06 Dec 2017
For the Bennelong by-election, voters who are blind or have low vision have the option to cast their vote by telephone.
05 Dec 2017
We’re calling on the NSW Government to retain the Transport Taxi Subsidy Scheme (TTSS) for all, including NDIS participants, and pushing for improvements to ensure the blind and low vision community have equal and independent access to the scheme.
04 Dec 2017
Through a twist of fate, Vision Australia Carols by Candlelight is helping Victoria Parker make her way in life.
01 Dec 2017
When Debbie Lenehan was first diagnosed with both Retinitis Pigmentosa and Bull's Eye Maculopathy she didn’t know where to turn.