Do you have special requirements for your trip to the South West? We’ve listed a few answers below to FAQs, however we recommend contacting a local visitor centre if you have a specific requirement. The staff are the local experts on their region and can point you in the right direction.
Some of the most picturesque areas of Australia's South West are accessible to wheelchairs. You can experience the majesty of a tingle forest, the dark beauty of Mammoth Cave or the fresh vistas of a seaside scenic pathway. The Access WA website has an up-to-date list of wheelchair and universally accessibly attractions and locations by region, however we’ve listed some of our favourite South West Attractions that are accessible to all.
For further information, please contact the attraction itself (where possible) or the local Visitor Centre.
Halal food offerings
It can sometimes be hard while travelling to know where to look. We’ve listed a few eateries in each pf the main South West towns below, however you can see an extensive list at http://www.halalsquare.com.au/.