Accessibility Information

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Just over half of Australians aged over 65 years old live with a disability, with almost 20 percent of older Australians... Read more

Seven years ago, an 18 year old woman from Brisbane, Australia made history while strutting her stuff on the catwalk at... Read more

Proving that a disability doesn’t have to hold you back in chasing the sporting dream, 28 year old Natalie is waiting... Read more

Accessibility of tourist locations is essential to allow all Australians to enjoy travelling around the country. Read more

Disability parking permits are used to park in designated areas displaying the international symbol of access. Read more

Remaining active is important for everyone, including those who have a disability. Read more

Respite or respite care is when someone else takes over the caring role so that a carer can have a break. It may be... Read more

If you live with a disability or are in a caring role, preparing for an emergency such as bushfires, floods, and a... Read more

For people with disability, travelling may present some additional challenges, however, if you’re well prepared... Read more

Accessible tourism means that people with disability are able to participate in and enjoy travel both inside Australia... Read more

Going on a trip or holiday, either to a local destination or abroad, requires a lot of planning, especially if you are a... Read more

Packing for a holiday can be stressful, even if the trip is exciting, so we’ve put together a helpful list of... Read more

Recreational activities, including sport, are an important part of community inclusion and can offer the opportunity to... Read more

If you’re living with a disability, there is still a wide range of sports and activities you can try. Read more

Limited mobility, or using a wheelchair to get around, doesn’t mean you aren’t able to give exercise or sport a go. Read more