Breathtaking ocean views, luxurious and spacious accommodation, welcoming staff and plenty of entertainment – let the resort help you kick back, relax and reconnect.
The local council is committed to making the precinct 100 percent wheelchair friendly.
There have been recent upgrades to the beach facilities and surf lifesaving club (including a lift, adult change table and hoist) as well as the area directly in front of the resort which now has accessible toilets and paths.
Local businesses are also committed to making the Collaroy precinct wheelchair friendly and have adapted their shops, restaurants and cafes where necessary.
There are a range of cafes, bars, restaurants, and shops within short distance of the resort that are completely accessible.
The resort aims to provide an environment of refreshment and inspiration for guests and their families, while promoting social integration, activity and support.
This holistic approach aims to help people living with spinal cord injury to be happier, healthier and prepared to tackle the next big thing in their life.
This might involve returning to school, study or work after their injury, maintaining social networks or starting a family.
Rooms are purpose-built and can be altered with a range of inclusions to fit varied needs, and accommodations feature assistive technology, home automation, adaptive equipment, and living aids.
Beds and sinks have dynamic height, some rooms include adapted balconies, and all rooms feature a built-in ceiling hoist.
The resort has 17 fully accessible rooms and suites.
Rooms either look out onto manicured gardens and grounds, or have panoramic views of Collaroy Beach and out to the magnificent Pacific Ocean.
Rooms can be customized by the staff to suit your individual needs.
Rooms come with an equipped kitchen, fridge, and freezer.
The resort features specialist support staff, meaning there’s always someone available to help you or your family member over the course of your stay including occupational therapists, clinical nurse educators, exercise physiologists, guest attendants and specialist vocational consultants.
Hours with guest attendants can be purchased, in case you or your family member need some extra help.
The gym is equipped with leading Human Underarm Resistance (HUR) technology, providing a safer, effective, more independent exercise option for wheelchair and non-wheelchair users.
Built with advanced air pressure technology and a U-shape design, the HUR machines lower joint pressure, support assistive training and allow for ease of adjustments.
The resort offers a multi-purpose recreation lounge with full length glass sliding doors connecting the indoor recreation room with an expansive north-facing terrace.
This includes a BBQ and dining space for guests to enjoy anytime.
The recreation room also features a large 2-screen television display, table tennis and pool tables, a video game console, a selection of books, movies and board games, and a child-height accessible dollhouse.
The guest lounge is a quiet and casual open space for relaxation with direct access to an outdoor balcony also overlooking Collaroy Beach and the Pacific Ocean.
There is a baby grand piano available to play or you may enjoy a quiet game of chess or a chat with family and other guests.
A dedicated therapy room is available on-site, allowing guests to indulge in an array of health and wellness services with specialist support staff in peaceful, private environment.
The resort offers off-road wheelchairs, capable of navigating to a wide range of destinations; through sand or snow and up or down kerbs.
Unrivalled off-road performance and reliability make for perfect outdoor adventures.
A range of other fully accessible and adapted activities are available, within and outwith the resort, such as arts, crafts, and ceramics classes, archery, fishing at Manly Dam – including boat fishing, kayaking, and surfing.
The resort is designed completely with wheelchair accessibility in mind, making for a stress-free stay.
It is perfect to create family memories, but it has more than enough facilities to make for an exciting single person trip.
Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, looking for a weekend getaway or something longer, it is the world’s first resort with purpose-built accessible accommodation and services for people living with a spinal cord injury and their families.
Food and Drink
All the elements of the kitchen are thoughtfully designed to facilitate cooking with a spinal cord injury, including limited hand function.
Trial the latest in adapted cooking utensils and appliances such as the electronic height-adjustable benches, a professional barista machine and an ergonomically designed kettle with technology to enable easy pouring.
Cooking classes and demonstrations will be occasionally held in the community kitchen, guests are welcome to participate.
Located in the centre of the resort, the restaurant-quality community kitchen and dining area provides a natural hub for meeting other guests over a meal or coffee, and features an adjacent balcony overlooking Collaroy Beach.
It includes the latest in accessible features and is the perfect place to cook or share a meal with your family and other guests.
Height adjustable benches, adapted cooking aids and a thermomix all make cooking at the resort stress-free.
If you prefer to dine out, try the selection of accessible cafes and restaurants nearby.
Commode shower chairs, hoists, scooters and other mobility equipment are available
for hire. This must be arranged at the time of booking your holiday.
Adapted transfers in Sydney are available.
Approximate transfer time from Sydney Airport to Collaroy is 1 hour.
Flights available from most UK airports to Sydney Airport -
Flight time is approx 24 hours.