DISABLED WINTERSPORT AUSTRALIA

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DISABLED WINTERSPORT AUSTRALIA

Disabled Wintersport Australia (DWA) is the National Sporting Organisation body responsible for adaptive winter sport in Australia. The mission of DWA is “To promote and foster the advancement of participation by people with a disability in wintersport both in Australia and overseas”.

DWA members are provided with a variety of services, including free use of adaptive snowsports equipment (subject to availability), assistance from volunteer guides at no cost (subject to availability), and concessions on lift ticket, adaptive snowsports lesson, and equipment hire prices. More information about membership benefits can be found here.

The DWA Resort Services Coordinator can be contacted should you have any further questions or require more assistance. They can be contacted here.

VOLUNTEER DWA GUIDES

Available to members are a dedicated team of volunteers who are trained to support members with a range of disabilities on snow. Members are able to access volunteer guides for assistance on snow. Provision of a volunteer guide is of no cost to DWA members, however, it is subject to a guide being available. More information about how to request a volunteer guide can be found here.

Additionally, there is a DWA Resort Services Coordinator located at Mt Buller for the season as a central point of contact for disability specific information and support:

Jane Diplock

Program Coordinator – Victoria

PH: 1300 265 730

Email: vic@disabledwintersport.com.au

 


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