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Adaptive Trail Hub, WA

Project background

People with mobility impairments and disabilities can often feel trapped and limited by the built environment around them. At Break the Boundary we use adaptive mountain biking as a way for people to physically break their daily boundaries and experience freedom in the greater outdoors.  The social and mental benefits of being able to access the trails speaks volumes and does so much to help people recover and manage their trauma.

To help cater for the growing demand of people who are fed up with limitations of their daily mobility aids and disabilities, we are building a trail hub in the Perth Hills. The hub will be a accessible community area housing a range of adaptive equipment that will cater for a diverse range of people and families who would otherwise not have the opportunity to experience the the beautiful outdoors that we are blessed with.

A “one-stop-shop” where people with (and without) a disability can view and try a variety of adaptive cycles and off-road wheelchairs which will enable them to access public trails that have previously been inaccessible due to their mobility limitations.

General design

The Hub consists predominately of a large 10m x 6m enclosed Colorbond fire-rated steel shed, installed on a concrete slab. The storage will be insulated and lined with panels to keep you cool in summer and warm in winter while giving it a more welcoming feel.

The storage area is accessible via two remote-controlled roller doors. These will allow access for a trailer to reverse in and providing enough room for people with mobility aids to safely navigate around to unload/load equipment unassisted.

There will be plenty of room for ACROD permit holders to park and unload safely. The ground will be compact and will be further compacted to give users with mobility aids the ability to move around.

Principal sponsorship

With over 40,000 visitors to the site per year, you’ll be guaranteed to get exposure for your organisation.

$5,000 | 3 available | 2 year term

• A3 size logo on East-end of Hub, above community notice board.
• A2 size logo on West-end of Hub, main traffic throughway.
• A4 flyer inside notice board.
• Facebook and Instagram recognition.
• Website sponsor.     • Recognition at Hub launch.
• Recognition in annual members newsletter.
• 2 x Free guided demos valued at $120 each.
• Marketing material available inside facility.
+ $500 for 20cm plaque on donation wall (permanent).
+ $500 for 1 of 3 parking bay naming rights.

Contact us to become a sponsor
Community sponsorship

With over 40,000 visitors to the site per year, you’ll be guaranteed to get exposure for your organisation.

$2,000 | 5 of 6 available | 2 years term

• A3 size logo on West-end of Hub – main traffic throughway.
• A5 flyer inside notice board.
• Facebook and Instagram recognition.
• Website sponsor.
• Recognition in annual members newsletter
• Recognition at Hub launch.
+ $500 for 1 of 3 parking bay naming rights.

Contact us to become a sponsor
Donate a brick

Donate the value of a brick and be a part of the history. Leave a personal message and individually stamp it into the brick so that it can be part of the feature wall. All donations are tax deductible.

GOLD BRICK $200 | 18 of 22 available

• 23cm x 23cm brick with custom stamped message (40 characters 4 lines).
• Notice board recognition on A4 group flyer (1 yr).
• Facebook and Instagram group recognition (1 post).
• General group mention at Hub launch.
• Invitation to join the stamping process

Donate a Gold Brick
SILVER BRICK $100 | 100 Available

• 23cm x 12cm brick with custom stamped message (20 characters 2 lines).
• Facebook and Instagram group recognition (1 post).
• General group mention at Hub launch.
• Invitation to join the stamping process

Donate a Silver Brick
Current Donors

A massive heart-felt thank you to all our current sponsors and donors!

We want to see this list explode so that everyone feels like they’re a part of making history.

Help us reach our target – make a tax deductible donation today!

Perth Hills Adaptive Trail Project

$8,472 of $20,000 raised
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Personal Info

To make a direct bank transfer we ask that you submit this form and deposit the pledged amount via your online bank service.

Break the Boundary Inc.
BSB: 066058
ACC: 10366532
Commonwealth Bank

All gifts will be gratefully acknowledged and are tax deductible.

Donation Total: $100

^General donations towards the project. Not including grants, sponsorship or brick donations – just community love! If you would like to be a sponsor or make a brick donation, please scroll to the top of this page.

Location

The Hub site has been located at the Calamunnda Camel Farm. Being on a private land surrounded by state forrest, we have access to trails within a stone throw away – literally, that no other place offers.

The Hub is central to other iconic public trails and facilities which are suitable for adaptive equipment and within 20-minute drive from the proposed Hub location. This includes:

  • Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail for walking (Kalamunda – Gooseberry Hill).
  • Bibblumum track Northern Terminus for walking (Kalamunda).
  • Jorgensen Park for walking and mixed-use (Kalamunda.
  • Mundaring Sculpture Park and Railway Reserves Heritage Trail loop.
  • Kep track for cycling and walking (Mundaring – Northam).

Break the Boundary can offer a drop-off delivery service to any of these areas for people who do not have their own transport. This will be run by volunteers and any fees collected will go directly to maintenance and repair costs and help cover vehicle expenses.

Key Features

Some of the facility’s key features include:

  • Designated accessible parking include space for large transport with ramps.
  • Level compact ground.
  • Off-grid solar panels and rechargeable battery bank.
  • Community high-pressure wash-down bay.
  • Community notice board.
  • Gold-brick donation feature with messages from donors.

If you are considering becoming a sponsor, we’d be happy to provide you with the official proposal document and the cost break-down.

photo of female handcyclist in full helmet and male wheelchair user embracing each other with big smiles
Community Benefits

Some of the benefits which this Hub will create for the local community include:

Giving more people with disabilities a way to access the outdoors and nature.

Bringing people with disabilities, their families and friends from around the state to the Shire of Kalamunda and surrounding areas to experience historic tourist attractions.

For more experienced people, the option of day hire of equipment will be available.

An integrated approach to inclusion, where people using adaptive wheelchairs and cycles can participate with social rides run by other local MTB and walking clubs without the need of purchasing their own equipment or specialised transport.

A Hub for Break the Boundary to offer a range of clinics at an affordable cost including one-on-one clinics, small group rides and experienced coaching. See our services.

Schools can include children with disabilities in their outdoor programs or excursions.

Providing people with disabilities the opportunity to volunteer and assist other people with disabilities in an accessible, friendly and safe facility.