For travelers who have special access requirements we do provide Australian Standards code accommodation at Crystal Creek Meadows. We welcome all guests and have made special provision for wheelchair access, pregnant women and guests with disabilities.
Billabong Spa Cottage  (king size bed only) is council approved for disabled access with easy entry for wheelchairs, large bathroom with rails, wheelchair access shower and sink, shower seat and easy reach lights etc. From the verandah you can take in the wonderful views of the Cambewarra Range and our birdlife reserve, right outside.
Rose Garden Cottage  This is not an Australian Standards complying cottage but does have additional features to make it accessible like grab rails in the walk in shower and beside the bath; entry ramp to hall. (king size bed and separate king size bed which can be separated as a twin single room). Relax under the covered verandah and enjoy your private mature gardens.
The Shoalhaven, Southern Highlands and Illawarra offer outstanding natural beauty spots and cultural attractions suitable for those with special needs access. Please contact Sophie or Christopher direct to discuss your holiday requirements.
Here are some of the prime destinations we like to recommend.
Dolphin watching - Most suitable for persons with mobility aids, hearing and vision impairments
Australia’s Museum of Flight - Accessible parking area, accessible modern toilets. Displays in hangers have push button audio information, at seated level. The museum provides complimentary wheelchairs.
Greenpatch, in Booderee National Park is one of the South Coasts most popular beaches. It is a pristine, still, swimming beach with dazzling white sands and rock pools that accommodate an array of spectacular sea creatures; urchins, sea-stars, periwinkles and tubeworms, to name a few.
The native trees at Greenpatch are home to the colourful Scaly-breasted Lorikeet and the delightful Eastern Pygmy Possum. There are 3 designated parking spaces for day & weekend visitors. Bitumen pathways to amenities and sheltered picnic & BBQ areas. Assisted access to the beach via a timber boardwalk that crosses a small creek. Fully accessible toilets; showers require assistance for wheelchairs.
Pioneer Museum Park has excellent agricultural and heritage exhibits of early settler life. There are ramps and a pathway all round the museum and a disable toilet and facilities for babies.
Berry Bowling Club picturesque popular restaurant open seven days a week. Independent accessibility and spacious unisex toilet
Nowra Hill Winery parking area, ramp and unisex toilet
Nowra Wildlife Park assisted accessibility, do have unisex toilet facilities
Minnamurra Rainforest Centre has an excellent centre with easy wheel chair access and disable toilet facilities. The boardwalk ramps are considered medium access but well worth a visit as you can enjoy seeing Lyrebirds and be surrounded by the ancient rainforest vegetation. The Lyrebird Café has easy access.
Carrington Falls are tremendous offering a 50 metre drop into the rainforest.
A cement pathway from the car park leads to wheelchair-accessible toilets with a steep ramp. The pathway also provides access to a lookout with views of the waterfall. The surface is good but a little steep in one part.
Seven Mile Beach has accessible car park, faculties and ramp to a vantage point where you can marvel at the panorama of the Pacific Ocean and the seemingly endless stretches of beach. While sitting you will also enjoy all the birdlife.
Fitzroy Falls Visitors Centre has a free wheelchair upon request, disabled toilets and board walk all the way to the outstanding views from the falls themselves. The café is attached to the main shop and exhibition area and is all accessible.
Kangaroo Valley Village has several restaurants and cafés with wheelchair access. Reservations can be made on your behalf.
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