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Sydney accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

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Sydney accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

Sydney is Australia’s largest city and one of the most beautiful in the world. With a plethora of iconic landmarks, beautiful harbor, impressive botanic gardens, extraordinary museums and a remarkable skyline Sydney has something to captivate you. You’ll fall in love with the laid-back Australian culture and people on your next holidays, taking advantage of the many wheelchair-friendly attractions.
The accessible Sydney Australia is perfect for holidays when you are looking for golden beaches and beach style living. Enjoy great restaurants serving the best local produce and seafood that are offer easy accessibility for those with disabilities. Be assured that your next holiday rental will be equipped with easy access for all your special requirements so you have more time to enjoy the great cosmopolitan city of Sydney, Australia.

DISABLED FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES IN SYDNEY

Go backstage at the Sydney Opera House

Address:Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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One of the world most well-known landmarks, the Opera House is a UNESCO World Heritage. Come inside for a behind the scenes tour. Discover the amazing history, incredible architecture of this outstanding building. It provides wheelchair access via ramps.

Sydney Tower

Address:100 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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Experience a breathtaking tour of the Tower Eye; Sydney’s tallest building from 260 meters high. Enjoy breathtaking views of the harbor city and beyond as you walk across the glass platform on the Skywalk. Sydney Tower Eye has extensive wheelchair access facilities throughout the attractions.

Madame Tussauds

Address: Aquarium Wharf, Darling Harbour, Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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Start your journey on the red carpet and go meet celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, or Katy Perry. You will also be offered the chance to meet President Barack Obama.
Madame Tussauds is wheelchair friendly having all areas easily accessible by both wheelchairs and prams. There are d ramps so that you can join the celebrities that are on stages such as Lady Gaga.

ACCESSIBLE ACCOMMODATIONS IN SYDNEY

Whether you are looking for apartments, cottages or hotels close to the harbour or the Opera House in Sydney for your next disabled holidays that are both accessible and have easy wheelchair accessibility, you’ll find just the right vacation rentals. First select the level of access you require than choose from our selection of guaranteed accessible accommodations. The vacation rentals on our website are wheelchair-friendly and feature different amenities such as bathrooms with roll-in showers and grab bars, hoists, step free access as well as special accessibility features for the deaf and for the blind.
Not only are there great holiday rentals for people with disabilities, but you’ll also enjoy choosing from an array of apartments, cottages and hotels on your next holiday. Finding the right accommodation is easy, whether you are travelling solo or with your significant other or family. Travelling with a personal assistant? You’ll find plenty of styles and sizes of accommodations whether you require an apartment, condo or hotel.

GETTING AROUND SYDNEY WITH A DISABILITY – ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION

Sydney has an accessible international airport and offers easy wheelchair access in many of its public transit units. Enjoy a pint of Fosters with your toes dug deep into the sand, under an umbrella while enjoying the lustrous Australian beaches. Visit alligators, crocodiles, kangaroos and other native wildlife at one of the many wildlife sanctuaries.

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