Escape the city and immerse yourself in Coochiemudlo Island’s serenity exclusive to Accessible Accommodation.
During Emma’s recent stay at Hollyhall Farm in the Southern Highlands, her family had an incredible experience that she cannot recommend enough.
A Wheelchair-Accessible Haven: Embracing Freedom in Mount Gambier In the heart of the enchanting Mount Gambier lies a haven like no other. Completed in July 2023, this remarkable property offers two fully equipped wheelchair-accessible self-contained accommodations. City Edge Apartments are setting new standards for inclusivity and comfort. Ideally located approximately 450 km from both Melbourne […]
Short-Term Accommodation (STA), including respite, is funding for a short time away from your usual home. It can be utilised to support you when your usual carers aren’t available, your usual carers need a short break from their caring role or for you to try new things.
Easthill House is a unique and exciting place to visit, offering a haven of comfort and convenience for individuals with mobility needs. With its fully equipped accessible features, spacious layout and prime location, this property is the ideal choice for families and groups seeking an enjoyable and stress-free accessible stay on the Gold Coast. About […]
Accessible Holiday to Scarborough Beach & Rottnest Island. My parents live in WA and so when it was time to decide where we would catch up next, we decided to escape the chill of Victoria and chase the sunshine of the West Coast. I hadn’t visited Scarborough before and so we decided to base ourselves […]
Coach and The Doctor Podcast With Ashlee Morton From Accessible Accommodation This week, our General Manager Ashlee had the pleasure of sitting down with Coach and The Doctor on their podcast which is ‘the show that raises awareness of the NDIS by speaking to incredible people in the world of disability’. We have been asked […]
ACCESSIBLE TRAVEL WITH CHOICES: The team at Accessible Accommodation is at the forefront of revolutionising the way individuals with disabilities and limited mobility experience travel in Australia. With a wide selection of over 250 properties throughout the country, Accessible Accommodation has become the go-to platform for anyone requiring accessible travel options. The team at Accessible […]
Accessible tourism is about giving people with disabilities the same joy of travel and experiences that someone without a disability has, whether it be a neurological or a physical disability. Everyone should be able to have a break.
And, apart from that, it actually makes good business sense.
Sarah Robinson reflects on her recent family holiday to the beautiful Mt Warning Estate.