Our Partners & Affiliations

Accessible Accommodation

Accessible Accommodation is a leading provider of inclusive travel solutions, dedicated to ensuring that travelers of all abilities have access to comfortable and barrier-free accommodations. With a commitment to accessibility, their properties are thoughtfully designed and equipped with features such as wheelchair ramps, accessible bathrooms, and adaptive technologies to meet the diverse needs of guests. Whether you're planning a business trip, family vacation, or romantic getaway, Accessible Accommodation strives to create memorable experiences for all travelers, fostering inclusivity and empowerment in the travel industry.

Aquatic & Recreation Institute (ARI)

The Aquatic and Recreation Institute (ARI NSW) is a not-for-profit professional association of Aquatic and Recreation practitioners, which includes Facility Managers, Industry Specialists, Community Recreation Providers and Recreation Organisations. They provide support, direction, information and networking opportunities for all members who are involved in sport and leisure services throughout Australia.

Aquatics & Recreation Queensland (ARQ)

Aquatics and Recreation Queensland (ARQ) is dedicated to promoting excellence and innovation in the aquatics and recreation industry across Queensland. As a dynamic network of professionals, facilities, and suppliers, ARQ is committed to advancing standards, sharing knowledge, and fostering collaboration to enhance the health, well-being, and enjoyment. Through advocacy, education, and networking opportunities, ARQ empowers its members to excel in their roles, deliver outstanding experiences, and contribute to the vitality of the aquatics and recreation sector.

Aquatics and Recreation Victoria (ARV)

ARV is a not-for-profit member-based association providing support, professional development, training, advocacy, research, and networking opportunities to those who plan, build, own, operate or service aquatic and recreation facilities across Victoria. ARV positions itself to ensure it remains relevant and responsive to the industry and partners it represents. ARV's key role is to develop effective partnerships by bringing industry organisations together to achieve a common goal.

Assistive Technology Suppliers Australia (ATSA)

ATSA is the leading industry body representing the views and aspirations of assistive technology suppliers across Australia to achieve excellence, quality, value and positive outcomes for suppliers, AT consumers, stakeholders and the broader community. ATSA advocate to advance the public interest in the provision of AT that contributes to the Australian society through the promotion of research, education, best practise in supply and community accessible events. ATSA works to ensure the market for assistive technologies is competitive, efficient, viable and appropriately regulated.


ARATA is a national association whose purpose is to serve as a forum for information sharing and liaison between people who are involved with the use, prescription, customisation, supply and ongoing support of assistive technology. ARATA's focus is the advancement of rehabilitation and assistive technology in Australia, through activities including conferences, special interest groups, website, listserver, membership directory and a newsletter.

Association of Consultants in Access Australia Inc (ACAA)

The Access Consultants Association (ACA) is a national membership-based association for people working to achieve accessibility of the built environment for all. ACA is Australia’s peak national body for access consultancy and a major partner in advancing equity of built environmental accessibility for people with disability.

Australian Made

The Australian Made, Australian Grown logo is administered by Australian Made Campaign Limited (AMCL), a not-for-profit public company established in 1999 by the Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ACCI) and the network of state and territory chambers of commerce, with the cooperation of the Federal Government.

Australian Swim Schools Association

The Australian Swim Schools Association Ltd (ASSA) was created by Swim Schools, for Swim Schools. ASSA is a not for profit organisation that aims to enhance the learn to swim and water safety industry, through its network of Member Swim Schools. ASSA is uniquely, solely focused on Swim Schools and is the only body in Australia with a Constitution where Swim Schools are the voting members.


AUSTSWIM has been Australia’s national organisation for the teaching of Swimming and Water Safety since 1979. In that time, they have trained over 395,000 Teachers of Swimming and Water Safety  and continue to train around 10,000 candidates annually. AUSTSWIM has developed quality aquatic education programs for those wishing to enter the aquatic industry as a Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety,  together with a range of industry-leading specialist courses that will enable candidates to become well-regarded assets in their chosen fields. The AUSTSWIM Licence is the industry standard for Swimming and Water Safety teachers.

Physical Disability Council of NSW (PDCN)

PDCN is a systemic disability advocacy organisation seeking to influence or secure positive long-term changes that remove barriers and address discriminatory practices to ensure the collective rights and interests of people with disability are upheld. PDCN assists people with a physical disability to live ordinary lives as contributing members of the community by providing opportunities for individuals to gain the information, knowledge and skills necessary to manage their own lives.

Royal Life Saving Australia

For over 127 years, the Royal Life Saving has worked to harness the strengths of the communities they work with to reduce drowning and turn everyday people into everyday community lifesavers. RLSA are there to help all Australians enjoy the water safely through drowning prevention leadership, education and action. RLSA want to bring a love of swimming and water safety education to more people in the community, especially those who may not otherwise have the opportunity to participate.

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA)

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA) is a for-purpose organisation working for people living with spinal cord injury (SCI) and other neuro conditions. SCIA were founded by people with SCI over fifty years ago; people with disability make up over 35% of staff, and the majority of their Board live with spinal cord injury. Whether you are booking with the Wheelchair Book and Ride Service, calling to ask for information or seeking advocacy support, chances are you are talking to someone who completely understands your needs.

Swimming Pool & Spa Association (SPASA)

The Swimming Pool & Spa Association (SPASA) is a member-based organisation dedicated to advancing the pool, spa, and outdoor living industries in the southern hemisphere. SPASA members enhance the lives of many people by providing the healthy and enjoyable benefits of swimming. Discover resources, news and events for practitioners and companies working in the industry as well as consumer information for designing, building and maintaining pools and spas.

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