Staying at Jemby Rinja immerses you in the Blue Mountains bush without being too remote and with the plus of it being an accessible accommodation option.
We’ve stayed at this property twice and enjoyed it on both occasions. The timber cabins are dotted around the property and set amongst towering gums. Three National Parks surround Jemby Rinja which means you wake up in the morning to the sounds and smells of the Aussie bush. It’s a refreshing change to traffic noise! Paths throughout make wheelchair access easy and the main lodge with restaurant is accessible too.
The kids loved feeding the native birds. The birds are certainly not shy, landing on your head and arms giving an up close and personal experience. The birds are only fed on certain days of the week (this is to ensure that the birds don’t become reliant and stop looking for food elsewhere!)
Both times we stayed here we did not stay in an accessible cabin but there is one accessible cabin and a lodge which is also accessible. I can’t advise on any specifics from personal experience so I suggest you contact Jemby Rinja direct.
*ask reception for a lantern to use when you walk around at night. It’s fun and a good way to get to the main lodge
* I liked toasting marshmallows in the big fire pit in the lounge of the main lodge. (this is down a step so if you are using a wheelchair you might like to use the combustion fire in your cabin.)