St Georges Basin resident out to break down barriers

Luke Stojanovic is your typical 26-year-old. 

He likes keeping fit, fishing, having a laugh – and like many his age, he’s looking for love and friendship. 

The St Georges Basin resident suffered a brain injury in a 2012 motocross accident.

Luke, or ‘Stono’ as he’s known to his mates has full cognitive ability but the injury has affected his body, and as a result, his social life. 

After years focusing on his recovery, Luke is looking to open his friendship circle again and hopefully meet that special someone. 

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner Luke is hoping to find someone to share a fun evening with. Laughter, good food and maybe even some dancing is on the menu on February 14.

Luke said he’s looking for a genuine, smart young woman between the ages of 23 and 30.

He would like to meet someone who he can have joke with and someone who shares his interest in fitness. However, there’s one quality Luke is seeking above all else. 

“I’m putting myself out there not just for me but for other people with a disability.

Luke Stojanovic

“I would like to meet a caring, understanding girl that will look past the disability and see me,” Luke said. 

On his hunt for happiness, Luke is also hoping to inspire others who may find themselves in a similar situation. 

“I’m putting myself out there not just for me but for other people with a disability,” he said. 

“It’s not always easy to meet people and make new friends when you have a disability but you’ve got to get out there and give it a go.”

While he’d love to find love, Luke is also open to new friendships. Whether it’s someone to join him for a gym session or a coffee afterwards, he’s keen to broaden his social horizons. 

To join Luke on Valentine’s Day, contact the Milton Ulladulla Times via Facebook, Instagram, email or call 0429 650 302 and we’ll put you in touch. 


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