It has been a decade of exciting advances in accessible travel. So many more options for fun and excitement today. So much choice ! We enter 2020 with BIG news on barrier free experiences. Take a look at the adaptation of travel experiences and the range of information now available. Many attractions and services have […]
Are you gearing up to accessible travel again soon ? Ready to create travel memories ? We’re ready ! Health and safety systems in place, beautiful nature and attractions ready to receive you.
Health and safety procedures have been implemented without impacting on your comfort and enjoyment. Hand sanitisers onboard, vehicles sanitised after each booking and attractions and restaurants checked to confirm they comply with industry health standards. All good to go!
This time of year the colours of the Blue Mountains are amazing , all our stops are accessible and you don’t have to beat the crowds!
Remember we tailor make tours just for you. You can take our ready made wheelchair accessible tours and add your own personal interests. One family gave us a list of their preferred sights and asked us to prepare a 10 day stay in Sydney and surrounds. Everything was wheelchair accessible for grandpa. They travelled from Bondi to the Botanic Gardens , Hunter Valley to the Blue Mountains.They loved it.
Here’s a short video on accessible travel showing some of what this family enjoyed when in Sydney pre covid-19. Everything they saw is still there and waiting to be enjoyed! Why not contact us now and enjoy the fullness of life again ?
Remember, highlights and inclusions are detailed on the website and you can book and pay online.
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There is a groundswell of support to break down barriers in travel. And it doesn’t have to cost you anything to expand your horizons. Here’s a recent example: A wheelchair bound 10 year old from interstate visited Sydney for a sports competition. He mentioned he loves the show ‘ Bondi Rescue’. On his city sights tour […]
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