We already think you are awesome for exploring our site.
Want to be even more awesome? Help us change the accessible tourism industry!
We can’t have the impact we want alone, so here’s how you can get involved…
1. Share our VIDEO
We created a tourism video around Adelaide and surrounding regions, specifically with access in mind. The first of many, we want to see a range of people represented in promotional activities and highlight the diverse range of travellers. Help us spread the word by sharing the video with your friends, family and social media networks.
2. Like us on FACEBOOK & INSTAGRAM
If you haven’t already joined our tribe, get on board! Get connected so that like minded travellers can get inspired about the possibilities of travel in Australia, gain confidence and explore more!
I’m ready to Like, Comment and Share on Facebook and Instagram.
3. Join our TRIBE. Be a GOOD SCOUT.
By joining up you’ll receive a monthly e-newsletters (don’t worry we won’t bombard you!), which will be jam packed with travel tips, destinations, stories, specials, news, industry updates and lot’s more!
Join up NOW it’s FREE!
4. Look GOOD in TGS MERCHANDISE
Purchases through our shop enable us to keep offering our awesome services. Look GOOD now
5. Be an AMBASSADOR
We’re on the hunt for active travellers around Australia to help spread the message of The Good Scout Travel Co. by being an ambassador you can help change the tourism industry for the millions of travellers that benefit from accessible experiences. Read more.
6. Nominate an ACCESSIBLE BUSINESS
Had a great experience somewhere and think everyone should know? Tell us we want to share the love!
7. Collaborate on a PROJECT
Collaborative projects can have a big impact for the accessible travelling community. If you want to see more people travelling, more facilities that cater for accessibility, more choice and more awareness. Get in touch!
8. Raise money for Spinal Cord Injury Research
Join us on May 5, 2019 for The Wings for Life World Run. A global run for both runners and wheelchair participants where instead of a finish line, competitors race side by side to keep ahead of the virtual Catcher Car.