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  • Tourist attractions with some wheelchair access.Managed by Parks Services, Dept Environment and Conservation, Metropolitan Sydney park, natural bushland, wildlife shelter & cultural heritage. Weir and picnic areas on both sides of winding riverside...
    New South Wales
  • Tourist attraction with some wheelchair access.Historic bay shore with visitor centre, exhibitions, wildlife shop, picnic areas and beaches. Foreshore Walk with gentle grassy slopes to Botany Bay beaches, rocks, monuments, picnic areas always available,...
    New South Wales
  • Tourist attraction with some wheelchair access.The attraction is managed by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. The Laperouse Museum access to shop and ground floor rooms showing exhibits from voyage of Laperouse, French navigator and explorer...
    New South Wales
  • Both the Reception Halls and Theatre Complex provide adequate wheelchair access. Accessible toilet facilities are also provided. Included in the design of the Altona City Theatre is a reserved viewing area for the comfort and enjoyment of those people...
    Victoria
  • The Centential Parklands comprises 3 parks,are listed under State Heritage Register in 2000 and the Australian Heritage Register in 2002.Moore Park, formed in 1866, now 115 hectares. Serviced by State Transit buses on the perimeter, open space playing...
    New South Wales
  • Tourist attraction with some wheelchair access.The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney covers 30 hectares in a spectacular setting on the Sydney Harbour foreshore. The Gardens contains an outstanding collection of native and exotic plants and is a leading centre...
    New South Wales
  • Tourist attraction with some wheelchair access.Thirty one hectares of cool climate garden opened in 1987, 10,000 species of plants, labels easy to read from wheelchair. 36km from North Richmond. Cool climate garden of the Botanic Gardens Trust. Visitor...
    New South Wales
  • Wheelchair accessible tourist attractions. Provides an insight into the work of one of Australia's legendary organisations. Come and discover the story of the Flying Doctor Service
    Western Australia
  • Wheelchair accessible tourist attraction. Interactive shows, 40 minutes from Perth. Milk cows, crack a whip, feed lambs, go for a hayride. See the Kelpie sheepdogs mustering the sheep and watch a sheep being shorn. Aboriginal Cultural Show is an audio-...
    Western Australia
  • Wheelchair assessible tourist attraction. Mazes of hedges sculpture gardens and gallery of wonders are a fantasyland of monsters and magical creatures.Cafe, car park, child activities, coach parking, access without assistance for disabled, parking for...
    Western Australia

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