Pack a picnic lunch, grab a floral dessert at the Botanic Gardens Restaurant, learn about the Cadigal heritage of the land, or find a quiet corner to read some poetry inspired by the gardens. If you’re driving, there’s accessible parking near the Woolloomooloo gate. Check out their access map and list of access features for a guide to accessible pathways around the park. Some areas in the gardens are a little hilly, so enter through the Queen Elizabeth II gate and stay close to the waterfront if you’d prefer to stick to flat ground.
Sydney is a beautiful city, but at times fiendishly inaccessible. We’ve put together a list of 12 Sydney attractions that actively make the effort to include disabled people.
All of the listed attractions have accessible bathrooms, though keep in mind that some public accessible bathrooms require an MLAK key to access.