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Inclusive Tourism

Inclusive Tourism

The Kiama area welcomes visitors of all ages and abilities, ensuring accessibility for those with additional needs.

The region offers a range of accessible accommodation options so come and stay with your friends and family and take advantage of what’s on offer.

For a more extensive list of accessible places and services, including transport, toilets, parks and attractions, please visit the Kiama Municipal Council website.

Download the Kiama area mobility map.

Disabled parking is available throughout the Kiama area in all formal parking zones and high traffic locations. For more information, contact Kiama Municipal Council.
Phone: 02 4232 0444

Kiama, Bombo and Gerringong are all serviced by City Rail’s South Coast Line. While disabled access is available at all stations, we recommend seeking assistance if needed.
Phone: 02 4223 5613 (Kiama Station)

Beach Access Wheelchairs
KIAMA – available from Kiama Surf Life Saving Club, Surf Beach, ask one of the lifesavers or at the kiosk. Phone: 02 4232 2038
GERROA – available from Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park, Gerroa, ask for the chair at the holiday park office. Phone: 02 4234 1340

Adult Change Table
Located in the public toilets at the Kiama Boat Ramp.
Please note: a MLAK key is required to access the facility. MLAK keys are available from the Kiama Council Administration Centre or the Kiama Visitor Information Centre.

Click here to visit our accommodation booking page. Use the filter button to select disabled access in order to find options that offer special access and/or facilities for wheelchairs.

Kiama Visitor Information Centre

The Kiama Visitor Information Centre is a great place to start your visit to the Kiama area. We are level one accredited, and provide comprehensive visitor information on the Kiama area, spanning from Minnamurra in the north, Jamberoo in the west and Gerroa in the south and beyond.

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