5 Tips for Travelling with Chronic Pain

Ahh Chronic Pain…. a massive burden to the people suffering from it, it can be hard to manage when you are in your own home and even harder while travelling. I noticed that I get less flares with my nerve pain due to being distracted with new things I haven’t seen before but sadly I get more flares with my muscokeletal pain as I’m constantly … Continue reading 5 Tips for Travelling with Chronic Pain

11 Wheelchair Accessible Activites to Do on The Gold Coast

1.Ripleys Believe It or Not Do you want to see the unique side of humanity or figure out what world record you want to break whilst measuring up to the tallest man that has ever existed? Well Ripleys Believe it or not is the place to be, located in the heart of Surfer paradise next to all of the popular restaurants. This building has wheelchair … Continue reading 11 Wheelchair Accessible Activites to Do on The Gold Coast

Accessible Burleigh Heads Tourist Park

We had a Japanese exchange Student living with us for a few weeks. We wanted to show her the best attributes of Australia and Australian culture so we fed her a snag sandwich, confused her with “Yeah,Na” and “Na yeah” in our sentences then packed an overnight bag for a weekend trip down to the picturesc suburb of Burleigh Heads. Here is our weekend in … Continue reading Accessible Burleigh Heads Tourist Park

Diary- My Summer Solo Adventure to Thredbo Part 2

My next stop was Newcastle, so I downloaded true crime podcasts and left Port as my body felt relaxed after a few days of watching a marathon of Vikings. Luckily I got to relax as I was heading to a house that is home to a very excited 2 year old and a semi excited Monstrous Great Dane named Jake. Who am I kidding… Jake … Continue reading Diary- My Summer Solo Adventure to Thredbo Part 2

4 Wheelchair Accessible Activities to do in Cairns Australia.

Quicksilver Great Barrier Reef Tour from Port Douglas One of the main reasons to visit cairns is to snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, it is a must! Quicksilver tours from Port Douglas isn’t specifically in Cairns but it is a 50 minutes drive north. There is a Wheelchair accessible boat that takes you 1.5 hours to the Agin Court Reef where there is a accessible … Continue reading 4 Wheelchair Accessible Activities to do in Cairns Australia.

Mooloolaba- Accessible Sunshine Coast Weekend Away

Moollolaba is a beautiful place for anyone to visit, either in a wheelchair or not. The pristine beaches and relaxed atmosphere make it great for a weekend getaway. Nestled one street back from the ocean and the main esplanade is accommodation that is a wheelchair users dream. The Newport 2 bedroom self contained apartment is fully accessible, with a large adapted bathroom with a roll … Continue reading Mooloolaba- Accessible Sunshine Coast Weekend Away