To be listed on The Good Scout means there is a basic level of accessibility.

We are aware that not everybody with access needs benefits from the same facilities, some need more than others and some are able to get by with some basics… that’s why a basic level of access can be assumed to include:

  • A venue would have at least one step free entry point
  • An accommodation venue have at least one accessible room with a usable bathroom
  • An experience or activity would have at least one option that a wheelchair user can participate in
  • Accessible parking and bathrooms (of varying standards) would be available onsite

On top of that, we will endeavour to provide enough detailed information so you can choose whether a service or facility suits your individual needs. We’ll include appropriate images, floor plans where necessary and tips and other things to consider.

If you require some further information that we haven’t covered, please let us know… we’ll follow up for you so we can build on each listing over time with the aim of catering for a wide range of access needs.

Read more about the Benefits of The Good Scout.


We are a registered NDIS provider to deliver Innovative Community Participation under our company Push Adventures Pty Ltd and at this stage can only work within self managed plans. Provider no. 4050019254.