Disabled Holidays: Stunning Sydney, The Ultimate Holiday Destination For All
- Written by Allan Harris
Sydney, the impressive cultural city of Australia, is actually the hub of the tourism industry. Well aware of the needs of the disabled holiday makers, this city is indeed pro-active in its support for the disabled. Boasting of scenic sights and vivacious vistas as far as eyes can see, Sydney is nothing short of a miracle.
With a myriad of attractions, Sydney prides itself in the extended accessibility for those who are impaired one way or the other. Realizing the disabled needs is a major factor that has contributed to its prevalent popularity across the globe.
With the plethora of beaches and inner-city precincts, for possibilities for fun-filled vacations, sky is the limit. Sydney is gorgeous, speckled with natural beauty and an air of magic about it. Personification of ardour and charm, Sydney is ravishing and resplendent beyond a shadow of doubt.
The following are some of the attractions that are offering a wide array of accessible tours and programs for the disabled.
Art Gallery Of New South Wales:
If you are an art buff, it is time for you to explore the Art gallery of New South Wales. With many art marvels of renowned artists showcased here, Art gallery of New South Wales also offers some of the most extraordinary views of the Sydney harbour. Facilities for disabled here include mobility access, hearing augmentation, sign language interpretation and blindness and low vision access.
Museum Of Contemporary Art:
One of a kind, the Museum Of Contemporary Art houses some of the finest pieces of contemporary art form. With its exceptional décor, it intrigues and enchants visitors with its striking exhibits. With its ramp access, one can easily roam the area on wheelchairs. Moreover, blindness and low light vision access are provided.
One of the most renowned landmarks of Sydney, the Customs House is a heritage building where you can educate yourself on world affairs with all the international newspapers exhibited there. You can also enjoy rooftop dinners and overlooking the famous Circular Quay. Blindness and low vision access are provided along with mobility access through ramps on both sides of the building.
Dendy Opera Quays:
One of the most celebrated attractions for the disabled is the Dendy Opera in Quays. With its state-of-the-art facilities, the cinema offers luxury seating and impressive sound systems. Moreover, you can enjoy your favourite movie with a glass of your favourite beverage served here. Providing easy access for wheelchairs, this cinema also features hearing augmentation facility.
With all these facilities and much more, disability in Sydney do not matter because you can enjoy it as much as just any other traveller.
Traveling to Sydney from Europe is a long journey which usually requires two long haul flights, as flights usually stop half way. The most common stopovers are Singapore and Bangkok.
We strongly recommend travellers with disabilities to travel with reputable airlines. At the time this article is published Australian Airlines still impose limits on the number of wheelchair bound passengers traveling on a single flight. We advise travellers to prefer EU carriers because they must comply with EU Regulation 1107/2006. Alternatively we recommend flying Singapore Airlines, one of the best Asian airlines known to provide outstanding quality of service to passengers with disabilities.