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Pushing the Boundaries of Inclusive Travel, Design and Living
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Mayor Tom Tate today rolled out the first beach wheelchair mat in the city on a surf beach - promising a new era of accessibility for all.

To be trialled on Burleigh Beach on Saturday mornings, the beach mats allow wheelchairs to easily maneuver across sand.

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The UK's Network Rail is throwing aways its "Bolt On" attitude towards disability access and launches its new Spaces and Places for Everyone Strategy.

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Accessible tourism is a huge business opportunity in one of the few growing markets in the economy.
The video from the 2014 Mind the Accessibility Gap Conference examines why a tourism business of today cannot afford not to be in Accessible Tourism.

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Taking wheelchair travel to the next level
New Zealand is known as the adventure capital of the world now with this remarkable trip that adventure is available to people of all abilities in a stunning combination of the best adrenalin packed activities New Zealand has to offer.
http://travability.travel/blog-node/new-zealand-accessible-adventure

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The Jubilee Sailing Trust (JST) is a globally-unique, UN-accredited not-for-profit which utilises the adventure of tall ship sailing to unlock human potential and break down barriers between people of different circumstances especially between people with physically disability and those without.
The Tall Ship Tenacious is coming to Australia for a 7 month tour offering you the chance of a fully accessible sailing adventure. Contact us to book this unique experience.

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A great accessible school holiday attraction in Melbourne

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The Penguin Parade Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia
The Penguin Parade on Phillip Island is now a world renowned attraction with over 650,000 local and international visitors enjoying the spectacle every year. In addition to being an eco tourism attraction the Penguin Parade and its associated facilities are accessible and affords tourists with disabilities the opportunity to witness this remarkable nightly event.

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Virgin Trains unveils tactile station maps for visually impaired travellers
Blind and partially sighted train travellers can now navigate their way around ten railway stations across England thanks to the arrival of new tactile maps which can be read by touch or sight.

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Jervis Bay Wild, An Accessible Whale Watching Experience
Jervis Bay is renowned for its natural beauty and extraordinary wildlife, such as dolphins, seals, sea birds, fairy penguins and migrating whales (from May through November).

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Arthurs Seat Skylift Takes Shape
The construction of the Iconic Arthurs Seat Skylift moves a step closer today with the erection of the gondola's support pylons.The pylons were skillfully flown into place by a heavy lift helicopter overseen by the Australian lift company Doppelmayr.​
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