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Local Opportunities for All Abilities

Local Opportunities

Access for All Abilities (AAA Play)

Reclink Australia is funded by Sports and Recreation Victoria to provide the Access for All Abilities program (AAA Play), to act as the first point of contact for people with disabilities looking for sporting opportunities within the metropolitan area.

Access for All Abilities (AAA Play) is a free information and referral service to assist Melbourne people of all ages with a disability to become involved in sport and active recreation. With personal assistance from AAA Play, residents can access new sports and active recreation activities that are close to their home and available for people of all abilities.

The program has helped grow inclusive sports and recreation for people with a disability for more than ten years, and up to now has funded over thirty community and sporting organisations, including blind sports, basketball, baseball, lawn bowls, sailing and balloon football.

Being physically active and participating in organised sport has proven to be great for making new friends, being a part of a team or club, getting healthy, achieving personal goals and having fun. Regardless of ability, AAA Play ensures that every person, regardless of ability, has an opportunity to participate in sports and recreation in their community. 

Local Clubs and Schools

Sport4All Program

The Sport4All Program gives people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in grassroots and school sports when, where, and how they choose; either as a player, coach, referee, volunteer, or committee member within the City of Greater Dandenong.

The City of Greater Dandenong is partnering with Get Skilled Access to deliver the Sport4All program in the City of Greater Dandenong, which is funded by the Australian Government to support and provide more opportunities for people with various types of disabilities to participate in sports.

This program aims to increase the confidence and capability of sport clubs and schools to welcome and include people with disabilities. It provides training, resources, and ongoing support to enable sports clubs and schools to be inclusive and accessible in sporting opportunities for anyone with a disability. The program consists of three steps including a questionnaire to identify areas to work on, online learning and completing an Action Plan.

Congratulations to the following Sport4All clubs: who have completed the Sport4All program including their first Disability and Inclusion Action Plan:

  • Rosswood Tennis Club
  • Keysborough Tennis Club
  • Dandenong Saints Basketball Club
  • Victorian Masters Athletics - Springvale
  • Dandenong West Cricket Club
  • St Anthony's School

If you would like to get involved in this program or like more information, please visit the Sport4All website or email Sport4All at

Sport4All Clubs in Greater Dandenong

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Rosswood Tennis Club

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Dandenong Saints Basketball Club

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Victorian Masters Athletics - Springvale

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Dandenong West Cricket Club

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St Anthony's School