Travel Without Limits Winter/Autumn 2024 Issue OUT NOW! Subscribe Here →

Peek inside the Autumn/Winter 2024 issue of Travel Without Limits

In between trying new things, enjoying summer days at the beach, getting up-close-and-personal with wildlife in Port Douglas, and the usual day-to-day craziness of the Jones household, I’ve been working hard with the Travel Without Limits team to bring the Autumn/Winter 2024 issue to life!

Publishing Australia’s first (and only!) disability-specific magazine is a huge job: gathering stories from people with lived experience of travelling with a disability, assembling them into a magazine, sourcing images, fact checking, proof reading, proof reading again… And yet, every time I see the finished product, it all feels worth it. Especially this issue, where we launch our brand new look (to go along with our brand new website)!

This new issue is going to be sent off to the printer soon, but I just couldn’t wait to give you all a sneak peek at what’s coming. And if you subscribe right now, we’ll be able to squeeze you onto the mailing list so you can get the new issue hot off the presses!

Travel Without Limits logo overlaid on image of Braeden and Hubby throwing boomerangs with a First Nations man in Tropical North Queensland

Tropical North Queensland

This is our BUDGET ISSUE, so you’ll see lots of stories about how to make your travel dollars stretch further – starting with our cover story. Far North Queensland is a tropical escape that offers dollar-for-dollar value and doesn’t require a long haul flight. As you’ll know, our family are regular visitors to the region, and yet every time we visit we find new adventures. The natural wonders, from the rainforest to the reef, never disappoint! We round up a bunch of budget-friendly activities in Tropical North Queensland that will suit every holiday style and ability.

Disney on a budget

A visit to Disneyland is always a splurge, once-in-a-lifetime for many families, but there are plenty of ways to make your money stretch further and squeeze every twinkle of magic out of Disney that you can. We’ve got tips on how to structure your itinerary, where to find budget souvenirs, accessible accommodation that won’t break the bank, and what else you can find in Anaheim to round out your holiday.

Budget-friendly Bali

Bali is a paradise for sun-seekers and a surprisingly budget-friendly destination for wheelchair travellers. Daniel Carroll (of Rollin’ Adventures In Bali) shares a comprehensive guide to an accessible and affordable getaway on Indonesia’s most popular island.

Lovely London

Readers loved Joan Pahsia’s guide to Barcelona in our previous issue, so we’re thrilled to have him back to share his guide to London. As an avid wheelchair traveller, he loves visiting what he calls ‘the most accessible capital in Europe’. He’s got a suggested itinerary for 2-3 days in the city, plus a bunch of tips for budgeting your stay.

Amazing Aotearoa

With New Zealand just a short flight away, we’ll take any opportunity to explore the islands of our nearest neighbour. Kimberly Graham has eight excellent recommendations, all tried and tested by her Auckland-based family. Keep flipping the pages for more, including an amazing Aotearoa road trip and a truly accessible and inclusive playground.

Take a hike

Getting outdoors and immersing yourself in nature is not only an enjoyable way to spend a holiday; it’s easy on the pocket, too! We’ve rounded up accessibility information for each of the world’s 10 most popular hiking routes – and recommended a few of our own here at home, too.

Plus, the new issue has a guide to tipping cultures around the world, readers’ stories about camping and caravanning, destinations across affordable Asia that welcome visitors with disabilities, a round-up of free apps you must get before you travel, and more!

It’s easy to get your hands on a copy to check it out for yourself. You can subscribe here, or purchase an electronic copy on Amazon (US) or Amazon (AU).

Got an idea for a story, or something you want to see us cover in Travel Without Limits? Let me know in the comments or send me an email.

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