Just before Easter 2017, we set off down to Kosciuszko NP to spend some time scouting out walking opportunities for people with disabilities in the park. We have had awesome weather, met some amazing people and enjoyed some stunning views.


Late in 2016, Helen was selected as a NSW Churchill Fellow. Her fellowship was awarded to connect with groups in Canada, USA and Europe and share the progress we’ve made so far under the Naturally Accessible framework. The aim of the fellowship is to share our work and bring back new ideas to further improve … [Read more…]

Wheely Big Bushwalk

The Wheely Big Bushwalk: a fun day out for people in wheelchairs, friends, family and others! Story by SBS news 6.30pm report on 3rd Dec 2016: Events for International Day of People with Disability are so often indoors, focused on concrete infrastructure, lifts and ramps. And yet, the emotional, physical and mental benefits of … [Read more…]

UTS: Dean’s Prize in Engineering

We were thrilled to see Dave Lee awarded the Dean’s Prize for engineering at the University of Technology Sydney last month. Dave has been exploring the idea of using sensors to help collect data on track conditions. The idea is to attach sensors to a wheelchair and gather data on how the chair moves along the track. … [Read more…]

Ministerial Forum

We’re excited to be heading off to the Accessible Tourism Ministerial Forum next week held at Parliament House, Sydney. This is our chance to tell our story and let people know how passionate we are about equipping people with the knowledge base to undertake nature adventures. Great opportunity for us so early on in the project. … [Read more…]

FACS support

We’re thrilled to announce that the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) have granted us funding to kick start out project. The funding will provide the man power and resources to explore more of our ideas and collate a handbook on the important barriers that people with accessible needs must be informed about in order to assess … [Read more…]

Kamay National Park

We decided to head out to Kamay National Park last week to get Matt and Sasa a bit more familiar with what it’s like to use a wheelchair on a bushwalk. We were also interesting in learning more about the NPWS Trailriders, one of which is at Kamay for anyone to use. We started off on some … [Read more…]