AITCAP 2022 – Day 4 | May 26th | Highlights

“My biggest tip that I could give people is: if you don’t know, ask. Try to gain as much knowledge as you can.”
– Matt Levy, Paralympian and Ambassador for RightHear

AITCAP 2022 – Day 3 | May 24th | Highlights

“We need to constantly remind ourselves not to segregate when starting to talk about inclusivity […] people with access needs are really a part of our community and need to be included amongst all of our promotion and marketing, not like a separate sector.”
Coralie Bell, Shoalhaven City Council

AITCAP 2022 – Day 2 | May 19th | Highlights

“My bit of advice … is that you need to get on the bus now! Because the youngsters behind you can see the potential for this. And it’s the right thing to do.”
Paul Bayliss – Hotel Brooklyn Manager

AITCAP 2022 – Day 1 | May 17th | Highlights

“The takeout from everybody today is we’re not aiming for a gold standard. Make the first steps and the next steps will follow”

– Martin Heng

2022 Tourism Awards

It’s that time of the year again, nominations for state tourism awards are now being accepted.

2021 Australian Tourism Awards

While there is currently no dedicated category rewarding Accessibility, we were thrilled to see some accessible & inclusive businesses take out awards.

Free Inclusive Employment Webinar

The Staffing Advantage – Grow your business’ success through inclusive

GetAboutAble Recognised in the Canberra Region Tourism Awards

GetAboutAble Recognised in the Canberra Region Tourism Awards We’re proud

Queensland and Tasmania Step Up Their Accessible & inclusive Tourism Game

As we know, lack of information is the biggest barrier

Focus on Accessible Cairns

On the edge of the world’s oldest rainforest, Cairns is