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AccessAbility Issues

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics just under one in five people (4.2 million people or 18.5% of Australians) reported having a disability in 2012, with a further 4.7 million people (21%) had a long-term health condition that did not restrict their everyday activities,  and this percentage has not changed significantly in the past few years.  Since over 4 million people in Australia experience disability,  I have decided to create this page to help those impacted,  and their carers who are considering using our products or services below in order to help them make a more informed decision.

If you are one of the above people who are impacted, and want to use our product or service, I would appreciate you letting us know from the out set,  so that we can accommodate you to the best of our ability.  The table below highlights our businesses and the issues which you may encounter.

Every effort has been made to make this website and our service as friendly and accessible as possible. If you would like to give me some feedback or think something needs changing please let me know. I would also like to thank  Push Adventures  for their information and support on being an inclusive tourism operator, and for providing me with an insight of accessibility issues:  Click for photos.  For further details on the information below, please contact me, Neil on 08 8331 1599 or email via  Neil_Ann_de_Souza@bigpond.com


- There is path along the side of the house which is 60cm wide, with walls on either side. It will not fit a wheel chair.
- The step into the suite is 14cm high.
-The step between the main room and the kitchen area is 10cm high
- The step between the main room and the bathroom is 10 cm high and the bathroom is open plan with no steps and just a shower curtain.
- A lay out plan can be sent upon request, however lots of photos are in the link.

- At the front door,  there is a step about 14cm high to get onto the patio,  and then another step about 18cm high. A screen door and a the main door also needs to be opened.  All door ways in the house have enough space for a wheel chair.
- There are also two steps at the back of the house to get into the garden,  but there is also a path from the front  to the back of the house,  which has no steps.
- There are two toilets. The shower has a shower screen,  where there is a minor step.
- A lay out plan of the house is at the end of  adelaidebnb.info/magill_house1.htm, however there is no bathtub since we recently renovated and removed it.

The closest company to our accommodation which hires out equipment like Bathroom & Toilet Aids, Kitchen Aids, Wheelchairs & Scooters, Ramps, Chairs and lots more is   Equip 4 Living   which is located at 3/57 Magill Rd, Stepney.  Their phone number is (08) 8362 6422.  This company is also not far from the Adelaide City.

We make every effort to ensure all clients have a first class experience, whether it be relating to our accommodation,  our tourist walks or any thing else we do.  We try to work with out clients with disability from the beginning of the booking process, and encourage any comments or suggestions from them for further improvement. 

For other accessability info/ideas see:

For further information on any of the above, please contact Neil on 08 8331 1599 or email via  Neil_Ann_de_Souza@bigpond.com