“An enduring part of Sydney’s history, that once served as the Quarantine Station for migrants arriving in Australia, can now be experienced 365 days a year. Located in the Sydney Harbour National Park, Q Station offers a wide variety of experiences for day trips or overnight guests.
Q Station is a fully integrated destination offering hotel accommodation, unique venues and outdoor sites for events, conferences and weddings, tours and educational programs including the well known “ghost tours”, direct access to Sydney Harbour and the Australian bush.”
Accessibility informationMobility accessibility features:
- Wheelchair accessible rooms
- Level or ramp access to front entrance
- Shower - accessible shower
- Toilet - accessible grab rails
- Toilet - accessible toilet flush
The following are excerpts from Havewheelchairwilltravel.net:
"There is ramp access and double doors open into the room. The room has a queen size bed, with room to transfer from a wheelchair on one side."
"The bathroom is adjacent to the bedroom. It is a spacious bathroom with a roll-in hand held shower, grab rails and lever taps.
There is no flip-down shower seat or shower chair in the room. When I asked the hotel they said they may be able to provide a shower chair if requested. If you need this you would need to speak to the hotel’s reservations manager direct."
"The common areas we visited had ramp access. The breakfast room, games room and guest lounge all had ramps at the door.
Q-Station does not allow guests to drive within the grounds with the exception of guests with a disability (by prior arrangement).
The museum at Q-Station is fascinating with lots of information about the Quarantine Station and it is wheelchair accessible.
The restaurants are at the very base of Q-Station which people usually access via the mini-buses but the mini-buses are not wheelchair accessible at the moment. Guests with mobility restrictions can get an escort if using their own car."Other accessibility information:
For further thoughts and information, read the full review at Havewheelchairwilltravel.net