Accessible accommodation information

Modified accommodation and accessibility equipment is available at the following parks to make it easier for people with a disability, families and carers to stay and enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of the parks.

Parks Victoria’s award winning accessible nature based tourism can be experienced at Wilsons Promontory National Park. 

Watch as accessibility advocate Ryan Smith details the all abilities access and experiences on offer at the park.


Find out more about accessible accommodation, beach wheelchairs, all-terrain wheelchair, the TrailRider, and much more - all are available from the Visitor Information Centre at Tidal River.

The view of Norman Beach from the summit of Mount Oberon.

Tidal River accessibility equipment

A range of special equipment is available for the park accommodation at Tidal River to make your stay more comfortable.

Tidal River accessible cabin accommodation

Sheoak and Wirilda cabins are self-contained and consist of two bedrooms, accessible bathroom, kitchen/living room and outside deck.

Tidal River accessible unit accommodation

The accessible unit at Tidal River is a self-contained, one-bedroom unit that has been designed and constructed according to current DDA standards for accommodation.

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