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All Abilities Hockey

Hockey ACT are a proudly diverse and inclusive organisation. We strive to provide opportunities for all players to be able to enjoy the benefits of a team sport.

All abilities Hockey are an inclusive program enabling a sense of belonging, fun, and friendships for people with a disability while improving their motor and social skills in a welcoming environment. Sessions are led by experienced Hockey ACT coaches and will be modified to suit the ability and skill level of players.

The All Abilities Hockey Program gives participants the opportunity to participate and experience the many benefits of being a part of a team sport.  The program is run in conjunction with the Cerebral Palsy Alliance ACT and has been designed to support diverse physical and intellectual abilities.


New Players

Hockey ACT would love to get to know your hockey player. Fill in the below form and send to to ensure we are able to make their hockey experience as enjoyable as possible.

Participant form


Children who are living with a disability are encouraged to participate in Chills & Skills. Chills & Skills are Hockey ACT's summer Hookin2Hockey program.

Children then participate in Hookin2Hockey in their chosen clubs during the winter hockey season. Find your winter Hookin2Hockey club here.

More information on Chills & Skills is available here. 

Date Time Location Ages Price
Wednesday 15th February - Wednesday 13th March, 2024 4:30 - 5:30 National Hockey Centre, Lyneham 4-10 $10/session

Walking Hockey is a modified version of traditional hockey, the slower and lower impact format makes the game more accessible and inclusive for all. The game is played with a softer ball, smaller field and simpler rules to increase engagement and enjoyment of the game. It can be played indoors or outdoors on grass, concrete or artificial grass making Walking Hockey extremely adaptable.


Who can play?

Walking Hockey is perfect for players who are looking for a less physically demanding version of hockey, but still enjoy showing off their skills and being involved in a team and social aspect. It is also perfect for players who are brand new to hockey who may be more comfortable in a less competitive format. Walking Hockey is a great "next step" as a transition from the All Abilities Program. If you have participated in the All Abilities Program before, you can consider using your skills at Walking Hockey.


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