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Explore our monthly guide to all the exciting events and activities you can do around the country, for March 2023. You can book an Independent Support Worker on Mable to help you plan your outing and they can even attend with you.
All information is correct at the time of writing. Please check with the venue or organiser ahead of time about any requirements you may have.
You can also explore our guide to events for older Australians.
NOTE: Images are representative and may not be of the actual events mentioned.
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World Science FestivalVarious venues, Brisbane, Toowoomba, Gladstone, Townsville, Chinchilla and Ipswich, Qld Various times and dates throughout March 2023 Various ticketing prices and Companion Card is accepted
The Queensland Museum Network presents the World Science Festival. Take your pick from a huge variety of activities, such as ‘Ask Me Anything (About the Human Body)’, Curious Conversations, and SparkLab. Anyone with even a slight interest in science should consider going along. Ticketing bundles are available. You can also attend some for free. View accessibility info here.
Samford Conservation ParkClick on link to view a map to get there (Brisbane, Qld) Open all year round Free to visit
Samford Conservation Park is just 20 minutes’ drive from Brisbane CBD and the beautiful Ironbark Gully picnic area is wheelchair accessible. Cook up some sausages on the barbecue, relax and breathe in that lovely fresh air. Spot some local wildlife (koalas, flying foxes and birds) and take in the sunshine while enjoying nature at its finest.
Escape Hunt escape rooms77 Russell Street, West End, Brisbane, Qld Various times, open 7 days $44pp for two players and Companion Card is accepted
Escape Hunt’s escape rooms will have you looking for clues, solving puzzles and completing challenges. And you have to do it all before the time runs out. Choose from themes like Alice in Puzzleland, The Jewel Thief, and Bomb at Government House. Most of the escape rooms are wheelchair accessible and there is a wheelchair accessible bathroom. More accessibility info here.
Warner Bros. Movie WorldPacific Motorway, Oxenford, Gold Coast, Qld 9.30am-5pm, 7 days $105.00 for a Single Day Pass and Companion Card is accepted
Ready for a day of action, thrills and adventure? At Movie World, meet your favourite superheroes, go on exciting rides, and experience live action storytelling. Shop for gifts for yourself or a loved one, and enjoy all kinds of foods, from hot dogs, sandwiches and popcorn, through to ribs, ice cream and churros. View accessibility info here.
Shine Shed All Abilities Play Centre5 Mount Erin Road, Campbelltown, Sydney, NSW 9am-5pm weekdays, 9am-4pm weekends $16.50 per 1hr session and $27 per 2hr session
A foam pit, a sensory room, an adult-size changing table, trampolines, a flying fox with seating options … it’s all there at Shine Shed All Abilities Play Centre. Designed to truly accommodate the needs of children, parents and adults who live with disability, this indoor play centre is completely inclusive and boasts high safety standards.
After school link-upRon Williams Community Centre, 5-11 Kepos Street, Redfern, Sydney, NSW 3pm-5.30pm, Thursdays through to Thursday 30th March 2023 Free to attend
For youths aged 13-18 years, the after school link-up is a great opportunity to socialise in a safe and supervised environment. The centre is inclusive and accessible. Activities include karaoke, TV, Wii games, billiards and table tennis and there are snacks and drinks on offer.
Manly Beach FerryCircular Quay, Manly Ferry Wharf, Sydney, NSW 6.10am-8.50pm weekdays and 9.40am-8.30pm on weekends and public holidays $10.20 per adult and Companion Card is accepted
Why not be a tourist in your own city?The Manly ferry is one of Australia’s most scenic – and best value – ferry rides. Apart from passing the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, you’ll also visit Manly Beach where you can rent a beach wheelchair or travel along the pedestrian boardwalk. Enjoy a coffee or an ice cream or lunch at one of the cafes. The ferry has wheelchair accessible bathrooms.
Kicks Tenpin & ArcadeLevel 3/1 Eels Place, Parramatta, Sydney, NSW Various times, open Wednesday to Sunday every week $9 per game (special pricing for people with disability) and Companion Card is accepted
Kicks Tenpin & Arcade is an inclusive and accessible venue where everyone can have tons of fun. For people with disability, a game of bowling is just $9 and an accompanying carer plays for free. The arcade features state-of-the-art arcade games, plus classics like Space Invaders and Twin Moto GP. There’s even the XD Dark Ride, a multi-sensory interactive attraction featuring virtual reality.