In Western Australia, DADAA provide live audio description for 15 to 20 major arts exhibitions and events each year.
As a non-profit organisation, DADAA promotes cultural participation for people who are blind and vision-impaired by providing audio description for live performance, festivals and theatre, including the Fringe World Festival, Sculpture by the Sea, and hit musicals at Crown Perth and Perth Arena.
Thanks to DADAA, the Australia Day fireworks over Perth were audio described in 2018. However, there can be limited places available due to budget restraints. Only 25 audio description headsets were available at this event.
The State Theatre of WA
Western Australia’s State Theatre offers audio description for live performances. According the the website, it is essential patrons advise the booking agent that the audio described service will be required at time of booking tickets.
The venue also offers captioning and wheelchair access. For more information, consult the Perth Theatre Centre’s accessibility page.