Shepparton Regional Network

The Shepparton Regional Network was started mid-2016 after surveying people living with SCI in the area. The group is open and always interested in welcoming new members, and current group members come from Shepparton, Tatura, MooroopnaRochester, Tungamah, and Seymour, among others. They meet monthly and undertake a range of events and activities, including social outings, and inviting guest speakers from various organisations to present on topics such as health and well being, pain management and the NDIS. Please feel free to contact us or group coordinator, Geoff, if you'd like to join, attend a meeting or learn more about it.

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

Diving into the details of Aquamoves’ new pool lift
25 March, 2020

The Shepparton-Echuca Regional Network had a productive agenda for this meeting, which included learning about Hollister, Aquamoves’ new Poolpod, and seeing the area where Sailability is held.

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Disabled parking conversation with Greater Shepparton City Council
26 February, 2020

The Shepparton-Echuca Regional Network met with the Greater Shepparton City Council for their first meeting of 2020.

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Cruising down the Murray River
30 January, 2020

To celebrate the end of 2019, the Echuca Regional Network met with Campaspe Shire Council and afterwards took a relaxing cruise down the Murray River.

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Discovering the Port of Echuca and its accessibility
24 October, 2019

On a beautiful sunny October day, the Echuca (Shepparton) Regional Network met at the historic Henry’s Bridge Hotel for lunch outdoors and later, tested the accessibility of the Port of Echuca Discovery Centre’s newly renovated wharf.

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Researchers present key findings on access to mainstream services
30 September, 2019

In September, researchers from Deakin and Swinburne universities presented results from their study of how access to mainstream services could be improved for people living with an SCI.

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