Special Olympics South Australia

Special Olympics South Australia is proud to be part of the Special Olympics Australia network that provides weekly sports training and regular competition for people with intellectual disability. Through sport, people with intellectual disability learn the skills and build the confidence that can help them achieve their personal best in sport and in life. Get in touch and get involved.

Special Olympics South Australia

Local clubs


SA State Office

Street Address and Postal: 
Level 1, Building 4
32-56 Sir Donald Bradman Drive
Mile End SA 5031

Phone:  08 8234 8730 

Fax: 08 08 8354 2175

Please note that the SA staff are often outside the office at events/meetings. Please ring and check to see if a staff member will be if the office before you drop in.

Southern Zone Assistant Sports Development Manager SA

Lisa Hester 
Mobile: 0404 160 974

Community Development Coordinator
Mobile: 0428 035 262
Email: communitysa@


2017 City to Bay

On Sunday 17 September 2017 Special Olympics South Australia will again be entering a team in the City to Bay. We have a special entry fee so please invite your friends along as well for a fun day!

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Click here for the entry form

August Newsletter

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2017 Invitational State Games

20/20 Cricket and Netball

A great weekend of a high standard in both sports. The teams all worked together to make the event a great weekend for all. We thank the players who travelled from Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia to join the South Australian team.

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South Australia won gold for the first time. Showing great improvement over 5 years.
Queensland took home silver - most of these players have been coming over the five years … thank you to Steve, Katrina and parents who support these guys.
All states took home bronze - this team had players from all states playing together and under the guidance of Simon, Amanda and Matthew Jackson. They were very competitive.

Best Bowler Award: Ryan Ho (Queensland)
Best Batter Award: Michael Harris (SA)
Neville Bajzath Memorial Trophy (Umpires Award): Adrian Jackson (NSW)
Tournament award went to Matthew Jackson (VIC) who stood up and lead the all states team.

Players from three states formed three teams and played games over three days.
Netball coaching sessions gave new players the opportunity to learn the skills needed.
Then on to the games and everyone showed great sportsmanship and worked hard to help each other out. Each team had a mixture of players from each state.

1st Place: Smurfs
2nd Place: Yeti
3rd Place: Matrix 


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