Destination Gold Coast and City of Gold Coast launch new accessibility guide

Aerial view of The Gold Coast strip, Queensland, Australia

Destination Gold Coast has released a guide that provides both businesses and organisers with a valuable resource to best meet the needs of guests with a disability.

First highlighted at the mega-famil held last month on the Gold Coast and is a partnership between the destination and the ‘City of Gold Coast’.

The guide outlines the accommodation options that have accessible rooms and specific details such as the width of doorways and bed heights.

Gold Coast Accessibility guide: Sea World Resort. (Supplied)

Hotels, including high-end options such as the Sheraton Grand Mirage and the InterContinental Sanctuary Cove, have multiple accessible rooms on offer while attractions such as the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Warner Brothers Movie World are also featured in the guide.

“We know that one in five people have a disability in Australia,” head of business, destination Gold Coast, Brooke Campbell, said.

“The Gold Coast is a destination for everyone, not just for holiday makers, but meeting planners, professional conference organisers and incentive groups.

“All guests and delegates travelling to the Gold Coast can be confident that they are arriving at an inclusive and accessible destination where we are making constant improvements to the services and information available for all abilities.”

To visit the full guide, click HERE.

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