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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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Access-friendly walking tracks

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

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Mobility chairs

NSW National Parks is pleased to provide TrailRider and Hippocampe all-terrain mobility wheelchairs for visitors at Royal National Park, Morton National Park and Kosciuszko National Park.

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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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Google Street View Trekker in NSW national parks

Did you know you can explore NSW national parks online using Google Maps' Street View? Discover NSW parks before you visit, and prep for your next adventure.

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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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