The Wheelchair Sports NSW Road Safety Roadshow visits over 250 schools in NSW each year. We would like to bring this program to YOUR school too!

WHAT IS IT? A twenty minute talk on road safety by two of our members who have experienced the consequences of taking risks on the road, followed by a 40 minute game of wheelchair basketball (chairs provided by us) played by the students. This provides the students a chance to experience something new, as well as giving them an idea of what it is like to be in a wheelchair.


We’ll come to you! Just make sure you have access to a basketball court, multipurpose area, or quadrangle.


We recommend maximum class size for each session is 30 students. This is to ensure all students have a turn of playing wheelchair basketball as we bring 10 basketball wheelchairs with us on the day.
If you have more than 30 students per session, please call to discuss other options for your school such as the road safety talk done in the morning to all students then each session can be dedicated to wheelchair basketball.


Minimum booking to attend a school is 2 hours and we are happy to work in with your school timetable for session times.
Teacher supervision is compulsory at all times during the Roadshow.


A price list is detailed in the information sheet below.

What students and teachers have had to say…
“Excellent presentation. Positive safety message and enjoyable, practical skills”
“It was a real eye opener as they told of many life experiences and facts to make you think twice in dangerous situations”
“Even the students who expected the same old road safety talk told me how much they enjoyed the presentation and, of course, the wheelchair basketball.”

Book your Roadshow today!

For further information on pricing and Roadshow availability please contact us on 02 9809 5260 or email

For bookings and general information please use the following links: 
> General Roadshow Information and > Booking Form

Sydney is bordered by Waterfall, Rosemeadow, Camden, Penrith, Richmond, Cowan. All suburbs and towns outside this circle belong to the Regional NSW areas.

Transport for NSW has provided the following links to some of their latest websites and youtube clips:

> Safety Town website A resource for students and teachers in Years 5 and 6

> Safer Drivers Course Info A resource for Learners under 25 years

> Top Ten Misunderstood Rule Animations


Wheelchair Sports NSW (WS NSW), formed in 1961, is a charitable organisation with a mission to enrich the lives of people living with a disability through participation in sport.

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