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Central Australia

Accessibility News Round-Up: February 2023

There is so much exciting news at the moment – fun accessible activities, new programs, things to see and do  ...
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A NIGHT AT FIELD OF LIGHT – SOUNDS OF SILENCE DINNER ULURU – ACCESSIBLE CENTRAL AUSTRALIA

There are many ways to enjoy Uluru’s magic, and sunrise and sunset are particularly popular. During our stay in January, ...
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ULURU AND KATA TJUTA BY HELICOPTER – ACCESSIBLE CENTRAL AUSTRALIA

There are many ways to see Uluru, but perhaps the most spectacular is from the air. Helicopter flights are expensive ...
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ALICE SPRINGS YHA ACCOMMODATION REVIEW – ACCESSIBLE ALICE SPRINGS

On our family’s first experience staying in a youth hostel (Sydney Harbour YHA) we had many preconceived ideas about hostels ...
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INDIGENOUS LITERACY DAY – OUR EXPERIENCE VISITING A COMMUNITY

Today is Indigenous Literacy Day. A day to spread the word about improving literacy levels and opportunities for Indigenous children ...
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ACCESSIBLE ACCOMMODATION ALICE SPRINGS

We had planned on staying in less fancy digs in Alice Springs but our plans were foiled because a table tennis tournament had booked out much of Alice Springs, despite me booking months in advance. Who knew table tennis was so popular? After getting many “no availability” replies I was just grateful to find somewhere with accessible accommodation in Alice Springs. Without knowing it when I booked, Quest proved the ideal property for us for many reasons. One of which was that it was in walking distance of the hospital where we spent a significant period of our stay (you can read that story here.) Quest is ideal for couples or families because they have great flexile accommodation options.
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