Sensory Zone

Sensory Zone
Community Assistance

Focus area: Community equity and connection

The Geelong Cats and Kardinia Park Stadium Trust have partnered with US not-for-profit organisation, Kulture City, to become Australia’s first accredited sensory inclusive stadium. Our goal is to provide an inclusive experience for each guest to GMHBA Stadium and strive to raise awareness of the needs and challenges faced by individuals with sensory processing challenges.   We have a Sensory Room and a Multi-Sensory Room available each match day as well as Sensory Backpacks available around the ground.  Over 500 staff have received specialised sensory training to assist with guest experience.

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We thank our collaborating partners - Leisure Networks, Deakin University, BCYF, Barwon Paediatric Services, Kane Constructions, Latrobe Community Health Service, NDIS, G21, Gateways Support Services, Armstrong Creek School, Diversitat, Early Childhood Early Intervention Working Group, City of Greater Geelong and the Percy Baxter Charitable Trust managed by Perpetual.  We also thank Untapped, Kane Constructions and Populus for their support.