Multi-sport partners

Multi-sport partners

PCYC logo - It all starts here (slogan)

PCYC Hills District is a not for profit organisation that’s committed to enhancing Queensland communities through youth development. The team at Hills District runs a variety of fun sports and activities and is committed to developing activities suitable for people with a disability.

 

PCYC Pine Rivers is a not for profit organisation that’s committed to enhancing Queensland communities through youth development. The team runs a variety of fun sports and activities and would love to see people with a disability joining them. These activities include a sports program every Tuesday morning, run in partnership with Endeavour and other disability service providers.

 

PCYC Redcliffe is a not for profit organisation that’s committed to enhancing Queensland communities through youth development. The team at PCYC Redcliffe is keen to strengthen links with the local community and develop further activities for people with a disability.

 

PCYC Townsville through its Centre of Excellence for Active Families, will commit to provide opportunities for people with a disability in the Townsville region to access sporting, recreation and fitness activities. The PCYC has a range of adaptive gym equipment suitable for people with mobility difficulties.

Warwick Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Centre (WIRAC) logo

Warwick Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Centre (WIRAC) is a council run multi-sport and leisure centre featuring dry courts, a fitness gym and indoor heated swimming pools. It runs aquatic programs for people with a disability, twice weekly Sports Ability sessions in partnership with local disability service providers and aims to promote connections with outside sporting organisations.

USQ Student Guild logo (Toowoomba)

USQ Student Guild Toowoomba operates a multi-sport and leisure centre that offers inclusive healthy living programs and a variety of sporting opportunities for the wider community. Sports Ability sessions are run two times per week and attract participants from a number of the city’s disability service providers.

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