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Wharf over tranquil water with clear water




Sailability offers a fun, safe and welcoming environment where people with disability (our sailors) are accepted and encouraged to participate in, and enjoy the sport of sailing, and other on-water activities.

If you are looking to add an outdoor activity to your calendar then one of the 15 Sailability clubs across Queensland has something for you. You can enjoy a peaceful or more challenging outing on the water, help one of our skippers sail, or learn to sail yourself.


You will also make friendships along the way and have the chance to develop skills right through to the advanced level. You will be amazed.

As a volunteer you may be looking to put something back into your community, seeking companionship or to be challenged by learning new skills. Volunteering at Sailability is truly rewarding.

Our clubs provide thousands of happy sailings and other on-water activities each year. They have a superb safety record.

We take care of you because we care about you.

So, you too can join our community and get the Sailability experience!

Why not check out our clubs and contact one today?

Biloela  [In the Bush]

Two dinghies sailing on the Callide Dam on a lovely day


Seagulls lining the gangway on the Burnett River at Sailability Bundaberg


Four dinghies sailing on the Causeway Lake, Yeppoon

Darling Downs

A blue dinghy with white sails on Cooby Dam for Sailability Darling Downs


Gold Coast

Dinghies lined up ready to sail at Hollywell for Sailability Gold Coast


Pamphlett Sea Scouts building with dinghies in front on a clear day



Sunshine Coast

Tin Can Bay



Three dinghies off the yacht club on a crystal clear day at Airlie Beach.
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