Welcome to Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria
We create, develop and support sporting and recreational activities for people who are blind or vision impaired.
The Scout Monster Raffle is on again for 2018! With 75% of the proceeds given back to Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria of what we sell, this is a great opportunity to raise some much needed funds. Last year we raised over $1,000 and hope to increase this to at least $1500 this year. To […]
BSRV’s Program Coordinator Northwest, Miriam Bilander, organised for a group of twelve vision impaired members of the community and their carers to attend a degustational food tour of the St Albans Market in late March. The tour was called ‘Scrumptious St Albans’ and was part of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival. Flamboyant and friendly […]
On Thursday the 5th of April, fifteen of us headed to the Organ Pipes National Park in Keilor North for a bush walk and picnic lunch. We were lucky enough to have the knowledgeable park ranger, Laughlin Stewart, accompany us on our walk. Laughlin began by showing us a taxidermy possum, ancient basalt rock and […]
By Maree Fenech Victoria was the host State for the ABBA National Championships and the event was held at the Mooroolbark Bowls Club, from 30th April to 7th May 2018. The outcome of the championships for our Victorian members was nothing short of extraordinary, we were represented by 10 bowlers and their directors with 9 […]