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Programs for YOUNG people by young people



Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to take on every day like it was a new adventure with new friends to be made, skills to be learned and oh-so-much fun to be had.

Our mission? To always make learning fun. To always make time for a giggle and a dance and be there to support our Crew every step of the way.

At Blue Tongue Adventure we’re all about learning, adventuring and friendship. Our programs are flexible – we’re guided by whatever the Crew wants to do!

Our founder, Alex Shaw, is an experienced leader in the disability sector and is passionate about helping young people with disability to live a life full of fun, adventure and learning. That’s why she started Blue Tongue Adventure!

Keen to get involved? Want to learn more about our programs? Get in touch with us!

What makes us Special?

Blue Tongue Adventure’s programs are created by young people, for young people, 17-30.

While we may be young, we have heaps of experience in disability support, with a strong focus on improving relationships, social skills and living skills.

Our team is full of energy, with a passion for having fun, exploring, and supporting others in their learning.

And we like to keep things really personal. Our support ratios never go higher than 1:3, which means you’re getting quality support and building strong relationships with both friends and support staff. There’s no getting lost in a crowd at Blue Tongue Adventure!

A Few FAQs

A Few FAQs

Have more questions about Blue Tongue Adventure? Check out the answers to some of our frequently asked questions. Or, if you’d like to chat to one of the team, hit the button below!

Who is Blue Tongue Adventure for?

Our disability day programs are designed for adventurers aged between 17 and 30 who have recently finished high school and are looking to gain a bucket load of confidence, new friends and life skills, before diving head first into adulthood!

We also run Blue Tongue Social for seasoned adventurers aged 30 to 50 who are looking to brush up on life skills.

If you have an NDIS plan, you can use your funding to cover many of the costs associated with our programs. Ask us for more info about our NDIS funded supports!

How can Blue Tongue help me?

Finishing school can be intimidating for anybody. We’ve all been there, and the team at Blue Tongue is here to support you by helping you to build your confidence and have a little fun along the way!

We’re all about building meaningful connections and skills that help to prepare you for life after school. And because we’re trusted national disability support partners with the NDIS, you know you’re in good hands.

If you’re over the age of 30, Blue Tongue Social is the perfect way to brush up on skills such as cooking, community participation and relationship building. Our team knows how to make learning fun for any age.

Is Blue Tongue Adventure a registered NDIS provider?

Absolutely! Registered for NDIS services under Tea-cup Cottage, we’re your national disability support partners for social and community participation, daily activities, learning and daily living skills. If you’re unsure whether your NDIS funding will cover our programs, get in touch with us today for a chat!

How often do Blue Tongue Adventure programs run?

Depending on how many adventurers are joining us, on any one day, we may run up to four disability day programs and activities. You can choose to join in as much or as little as you like! Most adventurers join us for full days and we can provide transport to and from our venues. Make sure you don’t miss any adventures by following us on Instagram and Facebook!

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