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PO Box 3217
Northern Territory

Total Recreation NT Inc

About Us
Total Recreation was established in 1991 in acknowledgement of the major part that leisure plays in people’s lives.  People with a disability have the right to the same opportunities as other members of society to participate in sport and recreation activities.
Adult Members
Total Recreation has over 150 adult members active in numerous programs including sailability, tenpin bowling, drama, arts and craft, dance, fitness, special events, holidays and many more. In addition to this we run adult socials once a fortnight on a Friday evening where members have the opportunity to enjoy social activities in a community setting. This variety of sport and recreational activities assists our members in becoming active and valued members of their community.
Total Recreation began working in schools in 2004 after it was identified that many students with a disability did not have access to structured sporting sessions during schools hours.
The School Sports program aims to close the gap between students with a disability and their peers, providing equal access to structure physical activity during school hours. The program is delivered through 7 sessions each week in 12 schools to over 200 students.
Youth members also have the opportunity to become involved in a number of out of school hours programs including gymnastics, tenpin bowling, athletics, soccer, swimming, dance and special events. In addition youth socials are run once a month on a Friday evening where members have the opportunity to enjoy social activities in a community setting.
Support is offered on both group and individual programs.
  • Individual program aims to increase the level of the participant's independence within community based recreation activity.
  • Group programs aims to develop skills specific to the individual's selected recreational activity.
  • Create Opportunities for people to increase knowledge, gain new skills and develop their own social networks.
  • Provide Support to people with a disability who have expressed a desire to access recreational activities.
  • Network, collect information and share ideas and options with individuals and organisations.
  • Lobby other relative organisations, services and the community regarding the rights of all persons with disability to have access to recreational opportunities.
We Believe
  • Everyone has the right to be recognised primarily as a person, regardless of their disability.
  • All people with motivation, individually tailored training and support can develop skills to enhance their choice of lifestyle.
  • Participating through individual choice social life provides challenges and opportunities to enhance the quality of a person's lifestyle.
  • The development of social and recreational participation in people's lives encouraging decision making where the availability of training and support when such changes are implemented.
  • Total Recreation has a principally non-elite focus, concentrating on the provision of participation opportunities.
  • Initiatives and decisions are to focus on providing sporting and recreational opportunities of permanent value in conjunction with community groups.


  • Allied health care
  • Children's services
  • Community access/Social participation
  • Skills development
  • Social development

  • High/low and complex support

  • Administration
  • Childcare Worker
  • Disability Support Worker
  • Frontline Professional
  • Frontline Support
  • Volunteer
  • Youth Worker