International Day of People with Disability 2012- local events 

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 12:55:00 PM


To celebrate International Day of People with Disability on 3 December the following events are happening in this region:


Social Inclusion Film Festival- Wodonga

Wednesday 5 December, 7:00pm

The Cube, Hovell Street Wodonga

International Short Film Festival by, with and about people with disability

02 6022 9311


Cowes Beach Festival- Cowes

Saturday 8 December

Cowes Yacht Club- Cowes

Free beach activities

03 5142 3464 or 0429 588 818


Inspired by the Lakes- Sale

Monday 3 December, 5:30pm- 7:00pm

Lake Gutheridge and Lake Guyatt- Sale

BBQ, Sailability, Fitness Challenge, Tandem bike riding, Boccia

03 5142 3464 or 0429 588 818


Capable and Willing- Myrtleford

Monday 3 December

Open space, Clyde Street- Myrtleford

Stalls and information to create awareness of the abilities of people with a disability

03 5752 2530


Andrew Followes Exhibition- Through the Looking Glass- Beechworth

Monday 3 December

Burke Museum, Loch St- Beechworth

Andrew Follows is an inspiring photographer with a social conscience who is fast becoming established within the arts community. Andrew has an eye condition called Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), a condition which has rendered one eye completely blind with ever diminishing tunnel vision in the other.

03 5728 8067


Celebrate All Abilities Festival- Wodonga

Friday 7 December 2012, 7:00PM

28 Drages Rd- Wodonga

A concert featuring internationally renowned Melbourne band "Rudely Interrupted" as well as the Melbourne Band “The Bi-Polar Bears” and also showcasing our own local talent such as “The Wild Things” band, The “Wild Choir” and other performances.

0418 860 002


Bush Dance- Wangaratta

Friday November 30, 4:30pm

Murrumbung Plains 25 Klemm Road Wangaratta

Bush Dance with live music, dancing and a mechanical bull

0400 579 334


Stalls in the Bairnsdale Mall

Monday December 3, 9:30am -1:30pm

Bairnsdale Mall

Disability Support Networks holding stall, reading sessions and Boccia


The NDCO is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR)