We want to grow interest and participation in blind sports and to be the driving force in promoting increased
opportunities for people who are blind and vision impaired to access sport and recreation in Australia and Internationally.

Our impact

 20+

There are more than 20 sports in Australia that people who are Blind or Vision Impaired can participate in currently, with that number continuing to grow!

384k+ 

In 2016 it was estimated there were over 384,000 people who were blind or vision impaired, living in Australia! Growing to 564,000 by 2030.

40
Years

Blind Sports Australia was founded in 1980 and has been supporting Blind and Vision Impaired Sport for 40 years!

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Latest events

  • 2021 ABBA National Championships

    The 2021 ABBA National Championships will be held between 7 – 16 May 2021 at the Port City BC. Port Macquarie NSW. Read more

  • 2021 Blind Bowls Trans-Tasman Championship

    ABBA will be hosting New Zealand for the Trans-Tasman Cup between 18 – 20 May 2021 at Port City BC, Port Macquarie NSW. Read more

  • International Blind Bowls Association (IBBA) World Championships

    Australian Blind Bowls Association (ABBA) will be hosting the 2022 IBBA World Championships at the Tweed Heads Bowls Club in March, 2022. Read more