Disabled Surfers Association (DSA) organise surf days in summer. Their goal is “to provide an inclusive experience for all people with any disability to experience the rush of riding a wave.” And that they do!
A small army of volunteers is there to guide and help you from start to finish to help you achieve your disabled surfing goal. People of all ages participate, and it’s a fun day. Below I’ll outline information for the Ocean Grove/ Barwon Heads venue. I’ll also include links to other venues Australia- wide.
Ocean Grove beach offers year-round accessibility, and your family can either drive or walk. (Crossing the Barwon Heads bridge, and flat paths leading to the accessible beach area).
Sessions are conducted in February and March. Ocean Grove Main Beach (surfing starts at 9 am)
Registration is from 8 am for Participants, Carers and Volunteers at Ocean Grove Main Beach.
Safety briefings for volunteers at 8.45 am.
For group registration you’ll need to call prior and book.
For an up to date calendar, click HERE.
Ocean Grove Surf Club.
At the beach, there are special needs changing/amenities
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