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Accessible and Inclusive Activities Across Adelaide

We've developed a guide for accessible and inclusive activities to do in Adelaide and South Australia. Check out our list below.



Adelaide Aquatic Centre

Staff are professionally trained in accessibility to make visits safer and more enjoyable.

There is a ramp for the Main Pool, as well as two accessible lifts into their Leisure Pool. The Adult Change Facility is safe and secure, and has equipment to help people with a range of disabilities.

Adelaide Botanic Garden

Adelaide Botanic Garden is located in the heart of the city, and features beautiful gardens and stunning architecture. Things to see include the 1877-built Palm House, First Creek Wetland, the Amazon Waterlily Pavilion, the Santos Museum of Economic Botany and the Bicentennial

The Garden is open 365 days a year and entry is free.

Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo is home to more than 2,500 animals and 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish.

Adelaide Zoo is wheelchair accessible and is equipped with many drinking fountains throughout, as well as a full body ceiling bathroom hoist. It is designed to meet many sensory and accessible needs, however assistance animals are not allowed.

Bingo & Bowls at Port Adelaide Bowling Club

The Port Adelaide Bowling Club hosts Bingo every Friday morning, as a great social get together. Come along for a few games!

You can also enjoy some lawn bowls at the Port Adelaide Bowling Club. It’s the second oldest bowls club in Adelaide. Everyone is welcome to come and join bowling anytime, just wear flat shoes or bare feet.

Brighton & Seacliff Beach

SA has some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Brighton Beach is wheelchair accessible and the perfect destination for your Beach Wheelchair. Head on down to the Lifesaver building to find the ramp straight down to the sand.

Seacliff Beach was the first in SA to roll-out an accessible beach mat. The mat is set-up on weekends and public holidays from 1.00pm to 5.00pm.

Inflatable World 

Inflatable World venues are home to the Biggest Indoor Inflatable Playgrounds in Australia and are all inclusive where everyone can have fun.
They also provide autism friendly visits.

Melba's Chocolate Factory

Located in the Adelaide Hills, Melba’s Chocolate Factory is a sweet tooth’s paradise. Their aim is to make their Factory as accessible and enjoyable for as many people as possible.

Their indoor and outdoor seating areas have room to accommodate wheelchairs, mobility aids and prams. The Factory is laid out in a simple format to enable visitors to easily navigate aisles.

Mintaro Maze

Located just out of Adelaide is South Australia’s living hedge maze.

It’s a fun way to “get lost” and enjoy the scenery, as well as the gift shop and café on site. The maze is able to be navigated via wheelchair and there are accessible toilets on site.

National Motor Museum

The National Motor Museum is an impressive collection of vehicles and a great display of history. Nestled in the Adelaide Hills, the National
Motor Museum’s grounds are also perfect for picnics or a barbecue.

Palace Nova Cinemas

The popular cinema actively welcomes and supports a diverse community with easy access to all cinemas and free admission for Carers with Companion Card.

Audio description and enhanced hearing is available for all movies and the staff are more than happy to discuss your needs ahead of time.

Popeye Cruises

The famous popeye cruise now offers multiple experiences, includingsightseeing cruises, high teas, and devonshire teas. Companion card holders travel free aboard their sightseeing cruises.

Please note that the Popeye does not have ramp access. There is a handrail to the left side and a skipper and deckhand who will always offer to assist. Most wheelchairs can fit through Popeye’s entrance.

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