After three successful Youth Vision Camps in the last two years, Blind Sports NSW is now in a position to provide offset funding from NSW Office of Sport and National Disability Insurance Scheme in continuation of this program.

Funding offset will be offered to students with blindness and vision impairment to attend a range of camps designed to increase awareness of sporting opportunities while building strong peer relationships to achieve a higher sense of accomplishment relating to sport and physical activity.

A variety of sports and activities are offered during the camps including but not limited to; AFL, athletics, basketball, cricket, goalball, golf, futsal, hockey, rugby league, rock climbing, surfing, swimming, t-ball, tennis and ten pin bowling.

These are combined with social interaction events including games night, trivia night, disco night and peer group forums.


Blind Sports NSW has launched a new Vision Camp to take place at Sydney Academy of Sport in North Narrabeen, with the support of the NSW Department of Education.

The camp will take place in January 2021 and is open to primary and high school students who are blind or vision impaired. The camp will be held from Monday 11st January - Friday 15th January.

Participants will experience a variety of social and recreation activities, in addition to the adaptive sporting sessions to be facilitated by specialised instructors. Blind Sports NSW will invite community partners such as Vision Australia to attend the camp and facilitate peer mentoring sessions for primary school students, and work experience presentations for high school students. 

This is a great opportunity for participants to step out of their comfort zone, try new activities in a fun and inclusive environment, develop new skills and meet other campers from all over NSW to make friends for life!

Registration page below:

Education Camp - Primary and High School Students


Blind Sports NSW joined forces with Disabled Wintersport Australia to host the first Winter Sports Camp for Blind Sports NSW members aged 12 and older.

The camp took place at Jindabyne from 5th - 7th July with campers able to try skiing or snowboarding. Places filled very quickly for this camp and Blind Sports NSW looks forward to hosting more snow camps in the near future. Keep watch on our website for upcoming opportunities to be involved. 

Read the news story from the 2019 Winter Sports Camp > HERE.


Blind Sports NSW held this year's Summer Youth Camp at Sydney Academy of Sport in Narrabeen from Monday 14th - Sunday 20th January, 2019.

22 youth campers attended the week-long camp taking part in various sport recreation and social activities.

To read the news article for the Summer Youth Camp, please click > HERE.


The 2018 Vision Camp was held at Sydney Academy of Sport in Narrabeen, supported by Uniting through Ability Links, Charter Plus and ran in partnership with Sport NSW. There were 21 campers aged 11 through 18 years with Low Vision, Partial Deafness, Cerebral Palsy and Intellectual Disabilities who attended this year’s camp.

To read the news article and view the camp photo gallery, please click > HERE.