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Sneak Peek at the Latest Issue of Travel Without Limits

I’ve talked before about what goes into publishing Australia’s first (and only!) disability-specific travel magazine. It’s a real labour of love – months of planning, co-ordinating, editing, proof-reading, checking, double-checking, triple-checking… but every time the final product arrives in the post, it’s all worth it.

It’s really important to me and everyone who works on Travel Without Limits with me that it is truly inclusive, and that it covers all needs and abilities. We want to have something to offer everyone.

So, in case you haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, I thought I’d give you a sneak peek at what you can find in the latest issue of Travel Without Limits – just to give you an idea of the range of experiences and travel opportunities we cover.

Travel Without Limits Issue 8 Spring Summer 2022 Cover

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).

Flying With a Hidden Disability

Getting the help you need while travelling with a disability – especially one that’s not immediately obvious to those around you – can be tough. Several Australian airports have implemented a new program to make things easier for people with Hidden Disabilities. In the latest issue of Travel Without Limits, we highlight all of the support available at Australia’s major airports.

Sargood is So Good

Are you looking for a holiday destination with sweeping ocean views, great coffee, outdoor adventures, water sports, yoga retreats…? Sounds fantastic, doesn’t it? Even better when you realise that it’s on our very own NSW coast, and it caters especially to people who live with spinal cord injuries. David McKeachie has spent over 100 nights in Sargood, and in the latest issue of Travel Without Limits, he tells us why it’s the ultimate getaway.

Going For Gold

We had a fantastic getaway to the Gold Coast recently. Every time we visit, we’re impressed to see even more steps taken towards making it the most accessible and inclusive destination for family holidays. In the latest issue of Travel Without Limits, I share all of our family favourites. Braeden just loves seeing himself in the pages of his favourite magazine!

Braeden with Travel Without Limits Issue 8 2022

Arizona Works Its Magic

Finding the right mix of activities on a holiday that suits adults and picky teenage boys can be a mine-field. Throw autism into the mix and there’s another discussion. But Nicole Thibault found the perfect trip for her family in South West Arizona, USA. Read all about the highlights of Phoenix, Tuscon, and Mesa (officially the most accessible city in the United States, the first-ever Autism Certified City).

United States Of Access

If our Arizona story piqued your interest, you’re going to want to flip ahead to the story on the best accessible adventures across the U.S. Beach babes, transport nuts, movie buffs, chocaholics, and animal-lovers will all find something to add to their itineraries here!

Diary of a Wheelie: Camping at Bluesfest

Music festivals can be marvellous fun, but they can also be muddy and miserable if you’re not properly prepared. Marlena Katene kept a diary of her week camping at Bluesfest in Byron Bay, and she was kind enough to share it with us for the latest issue of Travel Without Limits. This is the perfect warts-and-all guide to experiencing an event like Bluesfest on wheels.

How To Travel With Dietary Requirements

As with additional mobility or sensory needs, dietary requirements can make travelling more tricky – but not impossible. If you plan ahead, and do your research, you’ll be able to enjoy local cuisine and make spontaneous snack stops like everyone else. In the latest issue of Travel Without Limits, Sheree Strange gives us her best tips for travelling with dietary requirements.

Why Our Family Loves Holiday Parks

Kirsty Russell’s family has stayed in more than 20 different holiday parks, many on multiple occasions, here in Australia and overseas. Holiday parks have everything her family needs, including meeting the sensory needs of the Russell kids and giving the adults a chance to relax. If you haven’t considered a holiday park getaway before, you need to pick up the latest issue of Travel Without Limits and give this list a look.

Russell Family enjoying a Holiday Park

Plus, we recommend gadgets and gizmos to make travel easier, gift ideas for the forthcoming holiday season, accessibility reviews of hotels and other accommodation around Australia and the world, a Q&A with Croatia’s Traveller Of The Year, tried-and-tested teen picks for travel, a sprinkle of Disney magic, and so much more! It’s kind of amazing that we managed to cram it all into the latest issue of Travel Without Limits, don’t you think?

Don’t forget: 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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