RDA (NSW) Ryde Centre is a not-for-profit organisation located in the leafy suburb of Marsfield in Ryde, Sydney. Join us this Halloween-eve as we create a safe environment for your kids to enjoy some trick & treating and celebrate a spooky and fun event!
Ticket includes loot bag, trick or treat trail & prizes, jumping castle, kids craft station and a cuddle and photo with a pony. Free entry for accompanying adults.
Food and beverage will be available for purchase.
More about the event:
RDA Ryde Centre will be turned into a trick & treating paradise with fun spooky stations along a route that winds through our Centre offering the opportunity to get to know our volunteers, as well as enjoy the trick & treating experience in a safe and friendly environment.
A bit about RDA (NSW) Ryde Centre
RDA Ryde is a not-for-profit organisation located in the leafy suburb of Marsfield in Ryde, Sydney. Together our volunteers & horses are dedicated to providing horse assisted activities & therapy to people and children with disabilities to develop and enhance physical, social and educational progress. We currently have weekly ridden therapy classes and offer Pony Play – a program to assist our local teens throughout the year.
Travelling to the event
Macquarie University has kindly offered Free Parking to attendees in Car Park West 6. No need to display a ticket, just park and walk through the gates to Culloden Road and follow the flag bunting to the RDA gates. Please be safe when crossing the road into the RDA site.
We encourage all attendees to walk, ride or catch public transport to the event. You can plan your trip here: https://transportnsw.info/trip#/trip
Thank you to our Event Supporters
Founded: 1972 by Pearl Batchelor OAM
Patrons: Her Excellency The Honourable Margaret Beazley AO QC Governor of NSW and Mr Dennis Wilson
Get In Touch
P. (02) 9868 2223
RDA(NSW) Ryde Centre
118-120 Culloden Rd,
ABN 95 512 471 818 • CFN 12295 Charitable Fundraising Act 1991 All donations over $2 are tax deductible
RDA (NSW) is a volunteer organisation providing equine assisted activities for people with disabilities to develop and enhance abilities
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians, the Wallumattagal Clan of the Darug Nation, of the lands on which we live and work and pay our respect to Elders past and present.