Latest news

24 Jan 2018
Children who are blind and low vision from the Newcastle, Hunter Valley and Central Coast regions are set to descend on a Newcastle beach today for a day in the surf.
19 Jan 2018
When Fiona Kelly’s husband lost his vision as result of diabetic retinopathy, she admits there was a fair bit of “bumbling” as her family came to terms with a significant change in their circumstances.
15 Jan 2018
Having had personal experience with how technology can support people who are blind or have low vision to lead independent and active lives, Adam Morris decided he’d do something to help others with vision loss.
12 Jan 2018
The Western Australia Public Transpoort Authority is hosting a guided tour of the new Perth Stadium railway station for people with disability.
09 Jan 2018
A rare opportunity has become available to help shape the future of Vision Australia’s services.
04 Jan 2018
Dave and Sonia Hardman admit to being “floored” when they were first told their oldest son Jack was diagnosed with ocular albinism.
26 Dec 2017
Vision Australia is hosting a National Disability Insurance Scheme seminar for parents of children with a disability at its Kensington office on Tuesday, 16 January.
20 Dec 2017
Vision Australia has welcomed a decision by one Australian that will be a significant step forward for the inclusion of people with a disability, such as blindness or low vision, in the workforce.
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.