- Last updated:
- 03 May 2022
Council has demonstrated commitment to accessibility through improvements to public spaces and places and the provision of accessible amenities, beach accessible equipment and matting.
To ensure the Sunshine Coast is an accessible and inclusive destination a collaborative effort is required from across the region. This includes Chambers of Commerce, accommodation providers, aquatic facilities and activities, entertainment venues and precincts, public transport, shops, restaurants and cafes. All those places and activities able bodied travellers take for granted should be available for travellers of all abilities.
Council is working towards improving accessible and inclusive tourism in the region. If you would like more information or are interested in collaborating to achieve this goal please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (07) 5441 8401.
Accessible Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine Coast has a number of great accessible destinations to offer from the bush to the beach.
Our region recently featured on Channel Seven's Weekender program as a great accessible destination. Some of the locations highlighted were:
- Mooloolaba board walk
- Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club Accessible Beaches Program
- Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve
Other activities for you to enjoy include:
- Sailability Sunshine Coast
- Disabled Surfers Association
- Bamboo Projects
- Aquatic centres
- Paths, tracks, and trails, including walks for wheelchairs
- Visit Sunshine Coast and search accessible
- Search the Community Groups Directory for more ideas on activities in the region
Accessible beaches and parks
For more information on parks visit the beaches and parks directory, this information includes accessible fishing locations, all abilities playgrounds, and adult changing places.
For patrolled beaches with matting and beach wheelchairs visit the Accessible Beaches Program.
- Accessible Australia App
Spinal Life’s Accessible Australia app, a free online resource that gives you the ability to know what services and infrastructure are available before go on holidays.
- Inclusive Tourism – Making your business more accessible and inclusive
A resource to assist tourism operators understand legal obligations in relation to accessibility and increase their knowledge about the market for inclusive tourism.
- Camping and holiday parks
Council operates six holiday parks and the Department of National Parks manages many camping grounds.
- Nationwide Mobility Vehicles
Hire mobility vehicles and explore the Sunshine Coast.
- National Public Toilet Map