Sargood On Collaroy


Designed from the ground up with wheelchair accessibility in mind Sargood on Collaroy features 17 self-contained apartments located overlooking Sydney’s beautiful Collaroy Beach.

Thoughtfully designed rooms and suites feature assistive technology, home automation, adaptive equipment and daily living aids.  All you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

A variety of packages on offer to cater for all levels of ability, with a range of inclusions such as daily personal care, equipment, recreation and wellness activities.



Sargood on Collaroy is a world-first resort, purpose-built for people living with a spinal cord injury as a place to refresh, learn and connect.


The entire complex is fully accessible, offering the very latest in adaptive technology, home automation, accessible equipment and daily living aids.

There are 17 spacious, self-contained apartments that are purpose-built to make your stay as easy, comfortable and stress-free as possible.

Resort activities for people with spinal cord injuries including surfing to golf, fishing to kayaking, ceramics to whale watching, Sargood on Collaroy is the perfect place to engage in new experiences and discover new skills.

This beautiful facility overlooks Collaroy Beach on Sydney’s northern beaches, and provides people with a spinal cord injury and their families, much needed respite, refreshment and relaxation. It is also a place of learning, where you can gain the confidence and skills that empower you to live full and rewarding lives.


  • The Long Reef Golf Course nearby
  • Adaptive equipment to try out on the beach and surrounding area
  • Specialist spinal trained therapists to support your stay
  • Families and carers welcome
  • Recreation room and gym onsite
  • Communal kitchen and dining room
  • NDIS registered provider


We’ll keep building on this listing over time, so whether you work here or have been a guest, if you have some GOOD ACCESS information or photos to share, send them through!

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