Be taken on a journey of discovery at the award-winning Sea World Resort on the Gold Coast. Create unforgettable memories with a selection of accommodation packages tailored to suit you. Choose from our 1, 2 & 3 park packages with unlimited entry to your choice of Theme Parks during your stay.
Accessibility informationGeneral accessibility information:
The following are Excerpts from Smithsholidayroad.com:
'We checked into Rooms 3070 and 3071 for 4 nights. 'Room 3070 is a typical family room with 2 double beds and bathroom (with bath) and balcony. Nice room and can accommodate 2 adults and 2 kids. There is also the chance to upgrade to a room with 2 queen sized bed. 'Wait until you open the adjoining door to find another room so that our whole family can stay and play together. Room 3071 is a wheelchair accessible room. (they have 3 on the property amongst 1020 rooms). One on each tier ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor. 'The entrance is barrier free through the front door. (card press to get in) 'The bathroom has a sliding automatic door (button push) with a roll in shower with fold down bench seat. Toilet supports (RHS) and longer handles on the sink tap and shower tap.'
'The Resort is all accessible with ramps and elevators where needed. Paths are paved and in good repair to get around to everything you need. 'There are 2 wheelchair accessible car spots out the front of the resort if you are self driving.'
'The lagoon pool has a beach entry made from pebble mix. It has a waterfall and lifeguards on duty. There is a spa. The pool varies in depth with clear signage. 'The splash pad areas are barrier free with soft fall as the base. Water fountains and lights spurt out making the water experience for everyone. It would be very easy to use a beach wheelchair in this area if needed. 'The main splash area has steps with great grip and handrails which Cooper managed independently and loved!'
ENTRANCE TO SEAWORLD.
'You can walk to the theme park via the ramped access or by mono-rail. The Mono-rail has an accessible carriage at the end that could fit around 4-5 wheelchair users at a time. There is a small lip down into the carriage from the platform (just like a train).'