Share

Ballarat Regional Network

The Ballarat regional network was launched in early 2015, after surveying people living with SCI in the Victorian Grampians region. This was the first Community Network that Spire helped set up. The group meets monthly and engages in different activities and events, setting their own agenda and calendar of events as they go along; such as hosting guest speakers, taking part in workshops and visiting locations around Ballarat and assessing their accessibility.

Current group members come from Ballarat, Daylesford, Kyneton, Drummond, Bacchus Marsh, Melton and Gordon, among others. The group is open and always looking to welcome new members; be they regular or casual drop-ins. Please feel free to contact us or Ballarat group coordinator, Barbara if you would like to join the group, attend a meeting or find out more.

You can browse the articles below to follow the activities of the group.

BALLARAT SCI REGIONAL NETWORK MEETING - AUGUST 2018
1 September, 2018

For their latest meeting, the Ballarat SCI Regional Network met at the Lakeview Hotel, with the purpose of planning their activity schedule for the remainder of 2018, and 2019

Read More »
Ballarat SCI Regional Network Meeting - July 2018
2 August, 2018

For their latest meetup, the Ballarat SCI Regional Network visited the Ballarat Aviation Museum to see their various exhibits on display.

Read More »
Ballarat SCI Regional Network Meeting - June 2018
2 July, 2018

For their latest meeting, the Ballarat SCI Regional Network met at the Regency to watch the famed documentary “Gurrumul”.

Read More »
Ballarat SCI Regional Network Meeting - May 2018
7 June, 2018

For their May meeting, the Ballarat SCI Regional Network met at the Sporting Globe Bar for lunch, before visiting the Art Gallery of Ballarat.

Read More »
Ballarat Regional Network Meeting - April 2018
8 May, 2018

The April meeting for the Ballarat SCI Regional Network was held at the Ballarat North Sports Club, where they learned about diet and health from a dietician from Ballarat Community Health.

Read More »