Celebrating International Day of People with Disability

International Day of People with Disability is held on the 3rd of December each year. The day challenges how you think about disability and helps grow a more inclusive Australia. It helps promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities at every level of society and development.

To celebrate, many communities across South Australia are hosting events in person and online for the public and people living with disabilities. Here’s a list of some events you may be interested in!



AMPLIFY is an original production performed by No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability. Thirty-nine disabled actors will come together to perform and reconnect South Australians through the actor’s thoughts, ideas, and creativity.

Performances only from the 1st to the 3rd of December at the State Opera Rehearsal Studio on Marion Road.

To purchase a ticket, click the link >> www.trybooking.com/CAXSR.




Celebrate Diversability at the Tea Tree Gully Library on the 2nd of December. A free event for all ages.  Activities include a silent disco, arts, and crafts, Lego building, learning basic AUSLAN sign language, and so much more!



Enjoy the day at Minda on the 2nd of December! Various market stalls to explore, including the ReStyle Sanctuary Op Shop, Trak Furniture, and Envirocare plants. While enjoying a BBQ lunch or dessert, sit back and watch live music and entertainment. Amusement rides and a petting zoo will also be there. Santa himself may even make an appearance! Make sure to bring a gold coin donation for entry.

For more information, visit >> https://bit.ly/3OOhCwX




Christmas is just around the corner; celebrate people living with disability and Christmas at the Mt. Barker Pageant and Carols! A market will be available, which will be operated and stocked with products made by local people living with disability. 3rd and 4th December from 4 pm to 8 pm.

Click the link to find out more >> https://fb.me/e/22p1f1Kst.



Still, trying to decide what event you want to attend? Click the link to discover more about what’s happening around South Australia for International Day of People with Disability >> http://bit.ly/3APUQia.