Travelling in the NT, Northern Territory, Australia

Accessibility

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Throughout the Northern Territory there are tourism experiences accessible to travellers with disabilities, including tours, accommodation, events and attractions.

To plan your holiday, contact local visitor information centres to enquire about facilities and services in the areas you will be visiting. To ensure an operator can provide suitable accessibility and can cater to specific needs, it's advisable contact the operator directly.

For more detailed online information about accessible tourism, visit the Northern Territory section of the AustraliaForAll website and the Nican website.

Transport

Many transport operators, including taxi companies, in the Northern Territory are equipped to accommodate travellers with disabilities. Again, it's advisable to check details with local visitor information centres and with operators.

Public buses in Darwin and Alice Springs are low floor and equipped with ramps to accommodate wheelchairs and light mobility aids. These are known as 'Easy Access Buses'. Visit the government transport website for details and timetables.

Both Darwin Airport and Alice Springs Airport have designated car parking and facilities within the terminals for travellers with disabilities. For further details, check the airport websites, and with the airline you are travelling with.

Further information

These links display recommendations about the current location. this information has been stored under tabs. The first tab contains the recommendated places to go. The second tab contains the recommendated things to do. The third tab contains the recommendated tours. The fourth tab contains the events. The fifth tab contains the accomodation.