Wheelchair Friendly Accommodation in Adelaide

February 25, 2016   |   Melissa (admin)

The beautiful city of Adelaide has lots to offer including some great wheelchair friendly accommodation options.

The Adelaide Visitor Information Centre is located in the heart of Adelaide’s shopping precinct, in James Place just off Rundle Mall, and offers assistance to local, interstate and overseas visitors. The Centre is staffed by knowledgeable, enthusiastic volunteers who can assist you with directions, brochures, maps, event guides and journey planning that will help you make the most of your time in Adelaide and South Australia.

Free short term wheelchair and pusher hire is available.

If you have not been to Adelaide before or have friends and relatives coming to Adelaide for a holiday why not book an Adelaide Greeter, a free guided, personalised walk in the city.

We have a couple of options for wheelchair friendly accommodation for you to choose from.

North Adelaide Boutique Stayz Accommodation

Image of outside of North Adelaide Boutique Sayz Accommodation wheelchair friendly

A brand new boutique hotel built in 2014. Contemporary and affordable Adelaide accommodation, these self contained studio apartments are only 2km from the CBD, a minute walk to the O’Connell St dining & shopping precinct and 1km from Adelaide Oval. North Adelaide Boutique Stayz Accommodation boasts value for money in a prime location central to all that South Australia has to offer.

They also boast 2 fully accessible apartments complete with with pillow top queen bed and hospital bed option, lifting equipment, fully equipped bathroom, Foxtel, iPad in each room, LCD 40 inch TV, kitchenette, coffee machine, mini bar, complimentary WIFI and Car Parking.  See the full details here.


Ibis Adelaide

Image of Accessible Bathroom Ibis Adelaide

ibis Adelaide comprises 311 rooms – 12 or which are accessible – and is located in the heart of the central business district. ibis Adelaide is immediately around the corner from Adelaide’s famous shopping and dining precincts, Rundle Mall, Rundle Street and the newly opened Rundle Place.

The hotel is just a few minutes stroll from Adelaide’s arts district including the Festival Centre and Dunstan Playhouse while the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, National Wine Centre and Royal Adelaide Hospital are all within walking distance.

Check out the full details here.




  • dale says:

    Hello my partner is uses a wheelchair. We live in Adelaide and would like to have a short holiday in the area near the beach. Can you suggest anything please.

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