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Access

Park visitors enjoying the view of Sydney Harbour. Photo: David Finnegan 

Wheelchair access in parks

The national parks of NSW offer lots of wonderful places suitable for people with a disability to visit, including Dorrigo National Park and Cape Byron State Conservation Area to the north, Minnamurra Rainforest Centre and Murramarang National Park to the south. You can visit the Warrumbungles or head out to Kinchega National Park for an outback experience.

Around Sydney, the Royal National Park has accessible areas, along with many places in Sydney Harbour National Park and several areas in Blue Mountains National Park.

A person with a disability may be accompanied by a trained assistance animal except where areas are closed to the public.

For more information on access, contact the office of the park you wish to visit.

 
 
Walk with the birds in Dorrigo National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary