Summer time in Australia is a magical time filled with sunshine, warmth, and a festive spirit. If you are looking for some fun activities to do with your support workers - we have the ultimate list for you!
Beach Days At An Accessible Beach
Australia's beaches are world-renowned, and many of them are equipped with accessible features. Check out beaches with wheelchair access, free beach wheelchair hire, and accessible facilities. Enjoy the sun, sand, and surf in a comfortable and inclusive environment. Check out Accessible Beaches Australia for an accessible beach near you!
Visit Our National Parks
Australia's national parks are a treasure trove of natural beauty. Many parks offer accessible walking tracks, picnic areas, and viewing platforms. Explore the diverse landscapes – from rainforests to deserts – in an accessible way. For a national park nearby, visit https://parksaustralia.gov.au/
Explore City Attractions
Major cities like Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane boast a range of accessible attractions. Enjoy wheelchair-friendly museums, galleries, and gardens. Don't miss the festive city decorations and Christmas markets!
Attend Inclusive Festivals and Events
Summer in Australia is packed with festivals and events that cater to diverse audiences. Look for inclusive and accessible events such as music festivals, cultural celebrations, and outdoor cinema nights, many of which have special arrangements for individuals with disabilities.
Experience Australia's unique wildlife at accessible zoos and sanctuaries. Many facilities offer inclusive tours and experiences, allowing everyone to get up close with native animals like kangaroos, koalas, and more.
Adaptive Sports and Recreation
Participate in adaptive sports and recreational activities. From sailing to wheelchair basketball, there are numerous opportunities across Australia for people with disabilities to engage in active fun.
Accessible Art and Craft Workshops
Join in on accessible art and craft workshops often held in community centers or local galleries. These workshops can be a great way to unleash creativity and meet new people.
Scenic Drives and Lookouts
Take a scenic drive through Australia’s breathtaking landscapes. Many routes have accessible lookouts where you can soak in stunning views without leaving your vehicle.
Barrier-Free Shopping and Dining
Indulge in some holiday shopping and dining at accessible shopping centers and restaurants. Many places offer excellent facilities to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience.
To find disability support services, please visit www.careseekers.com.au/services/disability-support-workers
To find aged care services, please visit www.careseekers.com.au/services/aged-care-workers
To become a care or support worker, please visit www.careseekers.com.au/carer
To make a referral, please visit https://www.careseekers.com.au/referrals