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Visitors on the wheelchair accessible path at Shark Beach, Nielsen Park. Photo: Simone Cottrell/DPIE

Popular access friendly things to do

There are plenty of access-friendly things to do in our parks, from picnic areas to lookouts, and venues for hire.

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TrailRider is an all-terrain wheelchair, designed for people with mobility restrictions to experience the best of Kamay Botany Bay, Dorrigo and Kosciuszko national parks.

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Kayak launch at Edward River Bridge

The new kayak launch helps paddlers with a range of abilities and mobility restrictions get in and out of their kayak or canoe easily and safely. Try it on your next visit to Murray Valley Regional Park.

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Access-friendly walking tracks

Our guide to scenic wheelchair-accessible walking tracks in NSW national parks.

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Snowy Mountains getaway

Yarrangobilly Caves House offers a wheelchair-accessible suite in a heritage building. Use it as your base to explore the accessible Jillabenan Cave and take a dip in the thermal pool.

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Visit Sea Acres National Park

Sea Acres National Park in Port Macquarie offers a fully accessible experience for people with mobility disabilities — the elevated Rainforest boardwalk is the best way to explore it.

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