Peter and June McIntyre establish the first classes for riders with disabilities in Kenmore, Qld.
RDA classes start in SA and Vic.
RDA established in ACT, NSW and WA.
RDA commenced in Tasmania
1st RDA Conference held in Adelaide
Australian Council of Riding for the Disabled Australia is formed.
Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia (RDAA) is formed by agreement of 5 State Associations.
ACT joins the national association.
Australia represented at the International Congress in Hamburg.
HRH Princess Anne accepts appointment as Patron of RDA Australia.
HRH Princess Anne visits RDA in WA.
Carriage Driving programs adopted into RDA.
1st RDA National Dressage Championships held in Adelaide.
Vaulting introduced to RDA.
RDA Coaching qualification becomes part of National Coaching Accreditation Scheme.
RDA Australia sends a team to the World Dressage Championships, Hartbury England.
Five riders compete at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics in dressage.
RDA NT becomes full member of RDA Australia.
RDA driver represents Australia at the World Driving Championships, Wolfsburg, Germany.
Introduction of the Michael Field Memorial Volunteer Award.
RDA Australia Team brings home 2 gold and 2 bronze medals from Sydney Paralympics.
Jan Pike wins silver and bronze at Athens Paralympics.
RDA NCAS Coaching Syllabus updated and Level 2 qualification introduced.
NSW State resigns from National RDA Body.
Equine Influenza sweeps Australia. RDA Centres close for up to 3 months.
Georgia Bruce wins bronze for RDA Australia at the Beijing Paralympics (Hong Kong)
Para-Equestrian transfers to Equestrian Australia
RDA delivers demonstration sport at the Special Olympics National Games in Adelaide
RDA NCAS Coach Syllabus updated. Vaulting and Carriage Driving recognised.
RDA Australia re-establishes national and international competition (Hope Cup, Taiwan)
Joanne Formosa (former RDA rider) wins Gold at London Paralympics on Worldwide PB
RDA Alice Springs and RDA Top End recognised as Associate Members of RDAA
Special Olympics National Games hosted by RDA Victoria (with 4 RDA State Teams).
HRH Princess Anne visits RDA in Brisbane.e at Athens Paralympics.
RDA Deniliquin (NSW) recognised as Associate Member of RDAA.
RDAA Constitution revised.
NCAS system discontinued after 40 years. Coach Accreditation transfers to National Sporting Organisations (RDAA).
Special Olympics National Games hosted by RDA South Australia (with 5 RDA State Teams).
Western Australia State Body resigns from RDA Australia. 5 Centres continue as Associate Members of RDAA.
RDA Australia join Sport Australia NSOD Alliance.
COVID-19 pandemic closes RDA Centres nationally for 4 months
(Victoria and NSW 9 months).