As you browse the site, add accommodation, tours, events and attractions to your personalised trip by clicking the heart icon. When you’re done, click the heart icon in the menu at the top of the website to view your wishlist.
Review your list, remove any items you no longer need, then select “View your itinerary” to see your trip on a map, or send it to a friend.
Before deciding where to stay, we recommend you contact the business and discuss your needs and their level of access. Our main cities are wheelchair aware with kerb and footpath standards in main commercial areas allowing ease of use. Salamanca Market and the waterfront precincts in Hobart have taken special care to allow easy access for people using aids of all types.
Select national parks and forest reserves are also equipped to provide equal access to people with disabilities. Learn more here.
For the most comprehensive guide on accessible venues around Tasmania, check out the Wheelie Good Guide.
Our Metro Tasmania bus service uses ‘kneel-down’ buses in Hobart. Buses have wide entrances and special seating areas and stowage for wheelchairs. Elective seating for seniors is also well-catered for on city transport.
Hobart & Beyond lists venues and events that have identified themselves as either Accessibility Certified, actively welcoming visitors with access needs, or disabled access available; contact the operator for details. Click below to find them.
Increasingly in Tasmania, accommodation providers are equipped to cater for people with disabilities and their carers.