Physical Disability Awareness Day on Sunday February 4 will involve virtual and personal catchups.

The online Australian DisabiliTEA will run via Zoom nationally with the disability and wider communities, to share stories and have a cup of tea together. Details are as follows:


SA: 1.30pm

QLD: 1pm

NT: 12.30pm

WA: 11am

To be involved in the event register at:

Once registered, you will be emailed further details.

A number of face-to-face events have also been scheduled, including Strolls & Rolls around local parks, morning and afternoon teas and a book launch.

Those who register and attend an Australian Physical Disability Awareness Day event, including the online DisabiliTEA, will go into a draw to win a $50 gift voucher, with one voucher per location. To enter, with one per each Australian planned event, register at:  

Location details are as follows:

Melbourne: Bicentennial Park, Scotch Parade, Chelsea. From 12pm. At 2pm the Physical Disability Awareness Day’s online DisabiliTEA will take place. The park has accessible footpaths, accessible parking, accessible play and accessible toilets with changing places facilities and a Liberty Swing for people with mobility difficulties. (MLAK Key will be available on the day.) The site is dog friendly. 

Register at

Hobart: Montrose Foreshore Community Park. From 1pm – 3pm, with disabled parking, accessible bathrooms and BBQ facilities.

Register at

Ipswich, QLD: Ellie Jane Support Services. 4a/126 Brisbane St. From 1pm – 3pm with DisabiliTEA followed by fun activities, prizes and a book launch.

Register at

Perth: King’s Park and Botanical Gardens, Fraser Ave. Stroll & Roll event with 10:30am start at Vietnam War Memorial on May Drive, ending at Zamia Café.

Wheelchair access available in most buildings, restaurants, cafes, BBQ areas and parts of Kings Park’s bushland. Picnic tables located within BBQ and parkland precincts are accessible for visitors in wheelchairs and often include a concrete extension for wheelchair seating.

There are accessible height drinking fountains, accessible bathrooms and accessible parking. Register at