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The Gold Coast is gaining a reputation as one of the most inclusive cities in Australia and is a preferred destination for travellers with accessibility needs. From our airport to accommodation, shopping centres, public parks and beaches, we’re proud of the significant progress we’ve made. We’re working to ensure there are more opportunities for people of all abilities to experience a range of accessible and inclusive events, entertainment, natural areas, tourism experiences and local sports and recreational activities in our city.
Destination Gold Coast continues to work closely with various levels of government, community partners, our suppliers and other agencies to create a city where everyone’s included. And crucially, the City of Gold Coast partners with people who have lived experience of disability to inform the development of more inclusive activities, venues and initiatives.
Here is your official Queensland Government Accessibility Guide to the Gold Coast and City of Gold Coast Accessible Visitor Guide
There's a number of local businesses turning travel and experiences into something special for everyone.
Take a peek at some of the gems handpicked by Destination Gold Coast
HOTA - Home of the Arts for all
Explore Accessibility at HOTA: Ensuring an Inclusive and Diverse Arts Experience for Everyone
At iFLY, we're proud to empower people to soar beyond their own expectations. To make this possible for each and every single person in the world, we invite people of All Abilities to come fly.
Frequently Asked Accessibility Questions
Learn more about getting around the Gold Coast
Explore Gold Coast's gems with ease on public transport: buses, trains, light rail, and HOPO ferry, ensuring accessibility for all.