Tag: travel blogger

48 hours in Launceston

We were delighted to have an excuse to get over to Launceston, Tasmania last week, thanks to an invitation to talk at the state Tourism Industry Council Conference.  Leaving the kids behind we had a great time exploring the North…

When two worlds collide

I N C R E D I B L E is the word that springs to mind to describe our recent trip to the US! The two week start-up tour of the US, organised by the New Venture Institute at…

Access the Fringe

The Adelaide Fringe are carving a path to make sure as many people as possible can experience the festival! Here’s a few ways they have improved access: Access Champions.  An Access champion will be at all events that are Auslan interpreted,…

Summer lovin’

Seriously, this has been the best summer we have had in years….we have spent a serious amount of time hitting the beach! For two reasons that I can see, one, the beach just wasn’t an activity that was accessible and…

A tiny taste of Tasmania

To say we enjoyed discovering some Tasmanian experiences for our 101 Accessible Adventures is an understatement. Tasmania screams indulgence and rugged landscapes to me and with more than 68,000 square km to explore, working out what to see on your…

Good reasons to head West

Given my love of the water and the mesmerizing appeal of an underwater observatory, I just about fell off my chair when I realised that the Busselton Jetty was accessible! The Busselton Jetty experience takes you 1.8 kilometres out to…

How are we celebrating IDPwD

International Day of People with Disabilities (IDPwD) is a United Nations sanctioned day that is celebrated internationally. It aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate the achievements and contributions of people with disability.…

GUEST BLOG Mornington Peninsula

A family of five (Bron, Andrew, Cooper, Pepper and Elwood), based in Melbourne Australia, love to travel near and far. They travel with young kids aged 12, 9 & 6 including their eldest who uses a wheelchair while they explore. …

So you want to go Glamping?

I absolutely love camping.. a few weeks ago we headed off with a group of friends up to the beautiful Riverland! Yes, you read that right …camping, well border line glamping if you want to be more precise. A Canvas…

Your Ultimate List

You heard it here first! 101 (yes, one hundred and one), awesome AND accessible experiences around Australia coming straight at you! To celebrate International Day of People with Disability and the start of Summer, we will be releasing Australia’s first…

Explore Yorkes

Yorkes, as it’s referred to by South Australian’s, is a coastal playground, with an abundance of surfing spots, lots of places to spot wildlife, walking trails and an increasingly trendy food scene. At just over a 2 hour drive from…

Airlines and Access

I’m not going to deny it, but we have avoided talking about airlines for a while, because it can be such a troublesome part of travelling! Whenever we talk about things here at The Good Scout we like to be…

Coastal Dreaming

Experience the waves lapping against your toes or the sand squeaking under your wheels, as you enjoy one of Australia’s best beaches this summer. Here’s a few of our favourite spots. Williamstown Beach in Victoria, was Australia’s first 24-7 (24…

A Global Perspective

Start dreaming big! There is some seriously good stuff happening in accessible tourism around the world. Here are few reasons why you should be planning your next adventure; Think white water rafting and underground glow worm caves in New Zealand……

Let’s do this!

It’s a pretty exciting time here at The Good Scout.. the website VERSION 2.0 is up and running, we have built a solid foundation! To bring you up to speed, we recently imported 8,000 Australian tourism experiences, accommodation venues and…

Charles Brice

Charles grew up in Naracaoorte in the South East of SA. He has a passion for sports such as AFL, cricket and nearly all motorsports. He was brought up around aviation and began his pilots license when he was 15. In…

Eliza Stankovic

At 16 Eliza had Meningococcal Disease and ended up with both her legs and most of her fingers amputated as a result. She uses a mixture of wheel chair and prosthetics so in her words, has ‘the best of both worlds’!  She…

Top accessible attractions in Cairns

If Cairns hasn’t been on your radar, here’s a couple of reasons why it should be! Northern Queensland is known as the place where the rainforest meets the reef, with our guide you’ll get a real taste of region. Mossman Gorge…

National park activities

Wondering what you can access in National Parks around Australia? These ideas are sure to get you excited! Wilsons Promontory would have to be top of the list, accessible trails, beaches and accommodation. This place gets a big Tick. Parks…

6 Accessible travel bloggers to follow

SMITHS HOLIDAY ROAD A family of five (Bron, Andrew, Cooper, Pepper and Elwood), based in Melbourne, Australia who love to travel near and far. They travel with young kids aged 12, 9 & 6.  Cooper has Cerebral Palsy and uses…