Following last year’s first ever Physical Disability Awareness Day, the interest, excitement and community that has grown from our inaugural online DisabiliTEA has been phenomenal – with individuals and organisations both in Australia and internationally getting on board to grow this important event.
For the first time this event will be run globally and, mindful of the many timezones that are potentially involved, this event will involve a number of virtual and face to face catch-ups.
The online DisabiliTEA will be run via Zoom, uniting all corners of Australia with the disability and wider communities meeting to share stories and to have a cuppa together.
The online Australian event will be run at the following times to allow for maximum involvement across the nation.
To be involved in this fun event you must register by going to:
Once you have registered, we will send you more details closer to the time.
A number of face to face events have been scheduled, including Stroll and Rolls around local parks, bbqs, morning and afternoon teas and a book launch.
Bicentennial Park, Scotch Parade, Chelsea VIC 3196
Chelsea’s Bicentennial Park.
From 12pm. Meeting at the BBQ area near the Children’s Playground and Toilets. Look for the PDA Banner.
The event will include a Stroll & Roll around the park. If you prefer, you can hang out for a chat, a bite to eat or just explore the park facilities (including accessible Frisbee golf). At 2pm the Physical Disability Awareness Day’s online DisabiliTEA will take place and allow a link up with other Australian States/Territories at their events where we can share stories and laughs at this virtual afternoon tea. Park has picnic and BBQ facilities feel free to make use of these on the day.
Park is wheelchair friendly with faculties including.
- Accessible footpaths
- Accessible parking
- Accessible play
- Accessible toilets
- Changing places facilities
- Liberty Swing for people with mobility difficulties. (MLAK Key will be available on the day.)
- Dog Friendly
Montrose Foreshore Community Park
825 Brooker Hwy, Montrose TAS 7010
From 1pm and concluding at 3pm
Stroll & Roll event along the foreshore. However, if walking or rolling isn’t your thing, come along with a picnic, make new friends, enjoy the company of others who share your journey.
- Disabled parking
- Accessible bathrooms
- BBQ facilities
Ellie Jane Support Services
4a/126 Brisbane St, Ipswich QLD 4305
From 1pm and concluding at 3pm
DisabiliTea – followed by fun activities, prizes and a book launch
King’s Park and Botanical Gardens
Fraser Ave, Perth WA 6005
If you are outside of Australia or if your timezone and location clashes with the scheduled Australian events, please get in touch with us via email@example.com and we will point you in the direction of an event organised and run in an area closer to you.
Where possible, we want Physical Disability Awareness Day to be inclusive of everyone wishing to be involved and to celebrate the physical disability community.
So, wherever you are, why not join us to celebrate the second Physical Disability Awareness Day?