RDA State Offices
For contact information
or to donate directly to your local RDA Organisation, please click on your state page via the map below.
10 cents from every tube of Promectin Mini sold is donated to RDA Australia!
Horses in Education and Therapy International
Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia (RDAA) is a voluntary, nonprofit organisation which provides opportunities for anyone with a disability to enjoy safe, healthy, stimulating, therapeutic, horse-related activities in Australia. Read more >>
RDA Australia is running a Horse of the Year competition with $1000 Barastoc Horse Feed for the winner!Click here to find out more and download the nomination forms. Like RDAA on Facebook to receive updates about the competition!
2015 RDA National Discipline Championships
October 28-30, Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre
Riding for the Disabled Association develops ability and enriches lives through specialised programs and relationships with horses. Watch our inspirational video and experience what can be achieved with your generous donation.
Read about the Services RDA delivers and different ways you can participate in our equine programs
RDA has so many inspiring stories from clients about how RDA has changed their lives. Read out clients stories here. You can also learn more about the disabilities RDA provides services in our Disability Fact Sheets available here.
From donating to volunteering - there are so many ways that you can help our clients access RDA services.
Read our latest news and get all the details for upcoming events for RDA Australia and our States.
Find out about National Policies and Procedures, Insurance, RDA Australia's Constitution and Strategic Plan.
Joan and Bob Lemmon are RDA Australia's Silver Brumbies.
Visit the Silver Brumbles website at www.silverbrumbies.com.au to find out more.
The development of this new website was made possible by a generous gift from:
The Cassandra Gantner Foundation
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Online Coach Registration
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Spotlight is RDAA's Free National Newsletter.
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Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia supports Play by the Rules – a website offering free online training, information and resources to help keep sport in Australia inclusive, safe, fair and fun. Visit: www.playbytherules.net.au