Ask any differently-abled person who has been to Sydney, and she will immediately declare it as her favourite place in the world. As a country, Australia has worked hard to make itself completely accessible to everyone. And there is little you won't be able to do here, especially in Sydney. Tactile and braille signs are placed next to push buttons on pedestrian crossings in the city's local area. Accessible Sydney buses have ramps and provide priority seating and extra room inside. All ferries and trains are accessible, though some train stations have restricted access due to stairs. The best accessible attractions in the city are The Royal Botanical Gardens, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, the Blue Mountains, the Cableway, and a ferry ride to Manly Beach.Handy tips:• Use this map to find all accessible areas in Sydney• Find a comprehensive list of things to do on this websiteKnow of more destinations to add to this list, let me know in the comments section below. Or write a travelogue about your latest journey, and enlighten travellers on Tripoto.
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Wollongong to KiamaAnother 2 and half hour road trip from Sydney to Wollongong to Kiama is not only an incredible drive but the end destinations are just as breath taking. Wollongong for the seaside town with beautiful white sand beaches, picturesque light house and do not miss the pink ice cream truck.Kiama other than for the massive water blowhole is great place to do some bird spotting and have a picnic by the stunning creek view.