Travellers within New South Wales are lucky to have access to some beautiful national parks that can be visited by everyone, including people with disability. Try these three popular wheelchair accessible walks in NSW National Parks.

Travellers within New South Wales are lucky to have access to some beautiful national parks that can be visited by everyone, including people with disability. Many national parks offer wheelchair-accessible walking tracks.

Try these three popular wheelchair accessible walks in NSW National Parks:

Bungoona Lookout and Path

In the Royal National Park, Bungoona lookout and path offers fantastic scenic views of Hacking River, with picnicking and birdwatching. This 0.9km wheelchair accessible bushwalk is great for the whole family.

Fairfax Heritage Walking Track

This 1.7km graded wheelchair-accessible path winds over gentle slopes, skirting the edge of a unique hanging swamp. This walking track offers lookouts and wildflowers with waterfall views over scenic Grose Valley.

O’Hares Creek Lookout Walking Track

Gather the family and head to O’Hares Creek lookout wheelchair walking track in Dharawal National Park, south of Campbelltown and near Appin. This 2.8km track is a great getaway with scenic views and birdwatching.

Remember to always let someone know about your plans. Wear a hat, bring sunscreen and drinking water. Fees apply to some national park entries.

Lady travels on electric scooter on a bush trail

Top Tip

Did you know that companions (carers) of visitors who hold a Companion Card will not be charged admission or participation fees for services and activities in national parks and reserves?

Did you know?

Did you know that NSW National Parks has access to a TrailRider all-terrain wheelchair - designed for people with mobility restrictions? This is available at Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Dorrigo National Park and Kosciuszko National Park. 


Information sourced from NSW National Parks

Download: pdfAccessible Bushwalking Fact sheet