Our WheelTalk program is back with limited bookings available currently.

WheelTalk is an interactive program that encourages students to think about diversity, acceptance and disability – with a primary focus on inclusion.

Presented by Victorians with disability who are actively involved in sport and recreation, WheelTalk combines unique stories of lived disability with the opportunity to play up to an hour of AFL Wheelchair or wheelchair basketball.

WheelTalk sessions run for up to 90 minutes but can be tailored to suit your needs.

WheelTalk is a creative way of meeting some of the capabilities and content descriptors of the new Victorian Curriculum.

If you would like to register your interest in booking a WheelTalk session please fill out our EOI form and you will be the first to be notified about availability.

What is WheelTalk?

Watch this quick video to get a glimpse of what our WheelTalk program is all about!

Who is WheelTalk for?

Primary Schools

Secondary Schools


TAFEs and Private Colleges

If your business or not-for-profit organisation would like to engage with this unique disability awareness program, please check out our IMPACT program by clicking here.

Meet our WheelTalk presenters


Peter Ogunyemi

WheelTalk Presenter

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Judeland Antony

WheelTalk Presenter

Session duration and pricing

These prices are applicable if sessions are booked on the same day and if they can be converted into a table format.

90 minutes (1 session)

180 minutes (2 session)

270 minutes (3 sessions)

360 minutes (4 sessions)