Our Partners

Who are we working closely with.

Our Partners

Who are we are working closely with.

We are very happy to be partnering with the following organisations.


We are delighted to announce our partnership with Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA). Both our organisations share common goals, which we will be sharing with you in more detail over the next week. Broadly, our goals are:

1. To remove barriers to accessible travel

2. To seek partnerships with the travel industry with paths to employment for SCIA members in travel.

SCIA support not just people with Spinal Cord injuries, rather, they have also grown to encompass support for Neurological conditions in their 50 years of operation. Their vision is to create a world where people with spinal & neuro conditions and their loved ones thrive. In doing so, they are advancing the rights, choices and entitlements of people living with spinal cord injuries and other neuro conditions.

The Accessible Group, through its websites Accessible Accommodation and Accessible Experiences, are helping to change the landscape of accessible travel, with detailed information and booking service for people with disabilities around Australia.

Together, SCIA and The Accessible Group aim to advance our mantra: “Because everyone deserves a break”

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With over 50 accessible locations around Australia, working with Quest is a win for our guests. Quest properties have given Accessible Accommodation preferred rates, as they embrace and welcome people with disabilities to their apartment style accommodation.

1. By booking through Accessible Accommodation, we are able to pass on excellent savings to you our guests.

2. Each property is extensively qualified by us in one of our three categories of accessible offering. Whilst no two Quest locations are the same, we like that they are all modern, inviting apartment style living.

Apartment style living in well located postcodes are important to us. Because we are assisting people with disabilities find either:

1. A bridge to finding permanent accessible accommodation.

2/ A place to stay for people with newly acquired disabilities whilst their homes are being modified.

3. NDIS participants who have up to 28 days Respite / Short Term Accommodation.


Would you like to partner with Accessible Accommodation? Click HERE to get in touch with Kerry Williams, Founder of Accessible Accommodation.

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