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Explore This Cultural Trail

Inclusive tourism is about reducing uncertainty around what to expect from a destination or service. It’s about creating an environment where all people feel welcome and included, empowering them to enjoy new experiences.

It involves the ageing population, people who use wheelchairs, children, people with temporary mobility limitations, people with prams, people with hearing or vision impairments, people who speak English as a second language and their travelling companions – just about everyone.

This Trail revisits a number of experiences of the Mid North Coast that are already included in our Cultural Trails but highlights those services that distinguish them as inclusive. It is limited at this stage to three experiences: performance, galleries and museums.

It should be noted that other venues may be accessible (e.g. with flat access rather than a ramp). You should contact any operator in our trails for more detailed information to assist your visit.



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