Outdoor exhibitions are a great way to take in Australia’s culture, beauty, and rich sense of community. At some of these events, wheelchair access can be a little tricky. Luckily, Australia is moving quickly towards an inclusive future and is beginning to develop accessibility solutions that make exhibitions wheelchair-friendly. With plenty on offer, from art and music to sport and gardens, these are some of the best wheelchair accessible outdoor exhibitions in Australia:
A relatively new addition to the exciting world of para-sport, the Paratriathlon first entered the Paralympic scene in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2016 and is only set to grow as more athletes develop a passion for the sport.
Starting school can be an intimidating experience for any child. The prospect of new friends, teachers, lessons, routines and expectations often creates a heavy sense of nervousness that affects both parents and children alike.
Starting to study at university is an exciting, formative step for all students. Free from the limitations of childhood and the strict structure of high school, to begin studying at university is an opportunity to take control of one’s own education and future.
As adults, it is our privilege and responsibility to teach our children about the world and the way in which it works. Some lessons seem to come more naturally than others. “Don’t touch the hotplate” and “look before you cross the road” balance readily on the tips of our tongues.