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NSW national parks offer lots of accessible places suitable for people with disability. Around Sydney, Royal National Park has wheelchair access areas as do many places in Sydney Harbour National Park. Head to Akuna Bay to take advantage of superb bird watching opportunities; and for fine dining with a view, Audley Dance Hall Café overlooks Hacking River at Royal National Park. If you’re exploring the north or south coast, relax at wheelchair-accessible Beach Road picnic area, or settle in for a day by the beach at Angourie Bay picnic area.

Person using a wheelchair at Audley Dance Hall Cafe. Photo: Simone Cottrell/DPIE
NPWS staff and visitors using the computers at Royal National Park Visitor Centre, Royal National Park. Photo: Simone Cottrell/DPIE

Royal National Park Visitor Centre

Royal National Park Visitor Centre is closed until further notice to protect the health and safety of our visitors and staff. You can still contact us by phone or email for information. Make a beeline for Royal National Park Visitor Centre on your trip to Sydney's Royal National Park. It offers excellent tourist information as well as walking track maps.

Price
Free. Park entry fees apply.
Wheelchair
access
Easy
Where
Royal National Park in Sydney and surrounds, South Coast
People visiting the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre. Photo: Rob Cleary

Dorrigo Rainforest Centre

Dorrigo Rainforest Centre is closed until further notice to protect the health and safety of our visitors and staff. You can still contact us by phone on weekdays or email for information. Dorrigo Rainforest Centre is the best place for Dorrigo National Park visitor information and school excursion visits. Book a guided tour, take the Skywalk for stunning views out to Coffs Harbour or relax in the Canopy Cafe.

Price
Fees apply. Free park entry.
Wheelchair
access
Easy
Where
Dorrigo National Park in North Coast
Camp Cove, Sydney Harbour National Park. Photo: Michael Van Ewijk