Accessible Travel for You and Your Loved Ones

12 October 2016

Tourism Gippsland Being in a wheelchair or having another disability doesn’t have to be a limit to your ability to travel.

You can be inspired by the Gippsland region’s diverse range of accessible visitor experiences and accommodation options.

For areas such as the Bass Coast, Baw Baw, East Gippsland, Wellington, Prom Country and Latrobe City there are a range of attractions and experiences that you can explore.

We have selected a few highlights from the Accessible Gippsland guide for you here:

  1. Phillip Island has a beach where you can see the magic of the penguins emerging from the sea at sunset to their sand dune burrows across the beach. Phillip Island is wheelchair friendly and fun for the whole family.
  2. West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul, is a major performing arts, cultural and community centre presenting a wide variety of performances, events and festivals with wheelchair spaces and a hearing-assistance loop connecting with hearing appliances.
  3. Discover Wilsons Promontory National Park, one of the most loved places of Victoria. Visit the huge granite mountains, open forest, rainforest, sweeping beaches and coastlines. Wilsons Promontory has a big range of accessible places for wheelchairs.

Refer to the guide from Accessible Gippsland for visitor experiences for you and your loved ones!

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