Sunday, March 23, 2014

10th Australian TrailRider now in Ballarat

The tenth TrailRider is available now at the Ballarat Visitor Centre.

The Ballarat folk have particularly emphasised the connection with special schools in the area - the pictures in the brochure tell the story.

Seeing disabled kids out, where they could never imagined they would be, seeing the looks on the faces of parents or carers, is one of the most rewarding parts of the TrailRider story.

All the details of where and how you can make use of the chair are in the Directory. You can also view the brochure. A Sherpa Volunteer program at Ballarat is being worked on.


  1. Incredible.... love seeing the children enjoying the rides. Great news, as always, as you keep us updated with what's happening over there.
    You're changing lives ... CC - PRMOS in Powell River, Canada

    1. It's lovely to hear from you. Speaking of Canada I am soon going to introduce Wade Lander to my readers. He designed the Black Diamond TrailRider we know and love and got in touch out of the blue


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