Accessible beach locations

Australia has a range of accessible beach locations.

Check out our state list below to select the accessible beach locations closest to you.

Queensland

Burleigh Heads Beach 

  • Accessible beach matting
  • Floating beach wheelchair
  • Sand beach wheelchair
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible bathroom

Alexandra Headland Beach – Sunshine Coast 

  • Accessible bathroom
  • Accessible beach matting

Hervey Bay – Central Queensland Coast 

  • Floating beach wheelchair
  • Accessible beach matting

Port Douglas – Far North Queensland 

  • Accessible beach matting

New South Wales

Bondi Beach – Eastern Sydney 

  • 2x sand beach wheelchairs
  • Accessible beach matting

Avoca Beach – Central Coast 

  • Accessible beach matting

Newcastle Beach – Central Coast 

  • Sports beach wheelchair

South Australia

Seacliff Beach – Adelaide (Australia’s first accessible beach) 

  • Floating beach wheelchair
  • Slat type access platform

Victoria

Williamstown beach 

  • 24/7 accessible beach matting
  • Accessible shower
  • Accessible bathroom
  • Accessible parking
  • Floating beach wheelchair
  • Accessible change room

Altona Beach

  • 24/7 accessible beach matting
  • Accessible change room (with wheelchair transfer hoist)
  • Accessible parking
  • Sand beach wheelchair
  • Floating beach wheelchair
  • Accessible bathroom
  • Accessible shower

Mordialloc beach 

  • Accessible bathroom
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible beach matting

St Kilda Beach 

  • Floating beach wheelchair
  • Change room (with wheelchair hoist)
  • Accessible bathroom

Port Melbourne beach 

  • Floating beach wheelchair
  • Accessible beach matting

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