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Why a Great Wedding Car Can Make All the Difference?

It’s your wedding and it should all be perfect down to the smallest details. Aside from being one of the biggest events in your life, the wedding could cost at least $65,000 and could go way beyond that depending on your choices and preferences. It can be really stressful if we consider both the importance […]

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Travelling with a Disability: Here’s How to Prepare

People with disability take a vacation just like everyone else. However, they encounter extra challenges that make travel a bit more difficult and sometimes disappointing. Good news is that more and more airlines, airports and land transport facilities provide services for people with a disability. In part this is due to the Disability Discrimination Act […]

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Removing the Barriers Instead of Building Them

The purpose of barriers and walls is security and protection. As early as 12,000 years ago walled cities started to appear to prevent attacks and invasions (especially from barbarians). Walls and barriers work because they limit access from the outsiders. But that doesn’t have to be the case in these modern times especially when it […]

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Seven things not to say to a wheelchair user

Whether amusing or downright offensive, some people seem to say inappropriate things, to wheelchair users , often with the best of intentions, So  here’s the top 7 things never to do or say to a wheelchair user –  as offered by someone who knows. Lucy has been in a wheelchair for many years. 1.“Don’t run […]

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What is Accessible Tourism for People with Disability?

Not so long ago  even the shortest trip was a logistical nightmare for people with disability and their companions. There were few services and systems in place to make travel easy or even remotely possible for people with special requirements. But now times are changing because travel and transport are being seen as an equaliser. […]

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Can a Disabled Person Travel to the Blue Mountains?

Absolutely.! It may seem an impossible goal because of the terrain and access difficulty. But now, thanks to specialised services (such as what those we have here at Australia in Style) people with disabilities can tour and explore the majestic Blue Mountains. Till recently there were very few services that cater to the needs of […]

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Accessing the Summer Breeze

With summer breezes in the air, our radar is focussing on new accessible outdoor experiences. What exciting adventures we have uncovered ! From accessible tours to accessible homes for wheelchair travellers.  Our first foray took us to the Sydney Cricket Ground. There is so much more to this venue than meets the eye.  The team […]

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Why Travelling with Physical Disabilities Is Now Easier and More Fun

Many believe that physical disabilities can severely limit our mobility and life experiences. That’s not true anymore because travelling with physical disabilities is now a lot easier, more fun and more convenient. Back then there were no systems or processes in place to properly assist disabled people when travelling. It’s also possible that there were […]

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