Blind Sports Australia (BSA) is a national sporting organisation for blind and vision impaired sport. BSA helps create pathways and opportunities for blind sports participation from grassroots community level, right up to elite competition at national and international level.

We work with our members and other organisations across Australia to grow sporting opportunities for people who are blind or have low vision. BSA is a not-for-profit organisation, a founding member of Paralympics Australia and the Australian Sporting Alliance for People with a Disability and is Australia's representative to the International Blind Sports Federation.

Our impact


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!


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.


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

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Latest news

  • Blind Sports Survey

    Can you help? We are keen to hear from people who are involved in Australian sport, as either a player, coach, administrator, or volunteer. You might be blind or have a vision impairment, or be fully sighted. Please take our five to ten minute national survey, and as a thank you from BSA you can choose to enter and win one of five prize packs of sport equipment to the value of $200. Read more

  • Blind Sports Australia Annual Report 2021

    Blind Sports Australia (BSA) 2021 Annual Report online. This all new version of our Annual Report highlights our yearly activities and accomplishments in a fresh style, reflecting our new brand. Our report follows three central themes that embody what we are all about at BSA - creating awareness, building engagement and driving growth. Read more

  • International Day of People with Disability 2021

    In recognition of International Day of People with Disability #IDPwD, we have put together a short video of Blind Sports Australia stakeholders, to highlight the importance of this day and the contribution sport makes. Read more

Latest events

  • 2022 Victorian Blind and Low Vision Tennis Open

    The Victorian Blind and Low Vision Tennis Open will be held at the National Tennis Centre from Saturday May 7th to Sunday May 8th. Read more

  • 2022 ABBA National Championships

    The 2022 ABBA National Championships will be held between 16 – 25 May 2022 at Tweed Heads Bowls Club, NSW. Read more

  • National Volunteer Week

    National Volunteer Week (NVW) is Australia's largest annual celebration of volunteering and will be held on 16 – 22 May 2022. Read more