South Australia has a Mediterranean climate, with warm, dry summers and mild winters. Generally speaking, it is hotter to the north in the Flinders Ranges, and cooler further south, on Kangaroo Island.
From luxury hotels to wineries and wildlife, an accessible escape to South Australia has never been easier.
Experience the best of South Australia with our guide to the top accessible accommodation, experiences and attractions in South Australia.
ACCESSIBLE NATIONAL PARKS
South Australia is jam-packed with breath-taking national parks and many have accessible features enabling all to enjoy. National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia and some local governments provide all-terrain wheelchairs, or TrailRiders, in several parks and some towns for visitors to explore the great outdoors.
You’ll find accessible beaches across South Australia, including Henley Beach just minutes from the city, Aldinga beach on the Fleurieu Peninsula, Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula and an accessible boardwalk at Seal Bay on Kangaroo Island. For more accessible beach options in South Australia, check out this guide.
GETTING AROUND ADELAIDE
There are many accessible public transport options available across South Australia including buses, trains and trams. Find out more here. Special assistance options are also available at Adelaide Airport. Exploring the CBD? Find out more about accessible parking options here.
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