Accessible Accommodation in Halls Gap, The Grampians
Shady Gums is a fully accessible house
located in Halls Gap
in the heart of the Grampians National Park
Shady Gums is a unique two bedroom holiday house. It is modern, spacious, suitable for families, couples and anyone with support needs. Shady Gums is perfect for those needing accessible facilities, having been purpose built with wheelchair access and varying needs in mind.
Surrounded by the spectacular Grampians National Park in Victoria Australia, it is 2.4 kms from the Halls Gap town centre and there is a beautiful accessible path in front of Shady Gums that takes you to the village centre.
Shadygums is beautifully positioned in nature with a seasonal creek flowing past the deck. The open plan living area is heated by a wood fire with views to the creek.
The property features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen.
Shady Gums is located in the spectacular Grampians National Park in Western Victoria, Australia.
The Grampians National Park is famous for its unique rock formations, waterfalls, wildlife and walking trails.
Thankyou for allowing us to stay at your wonderful Accessible House. Often accomodation adverts promise a lot, but well, don’t live up to the hype. Shady Gums not only delivers excellent disabled accommodation with wide hallways & doors, spacious bathrooms and a kitchen, dining, lounge & deck area, all catering to wheelchair users and all in a wonderful setting as well.
There was a ceiling lifting hoist & railing in the Spa room and bedroom, also board games, maps of the area and books to read if the weather turns. You even had a local bird collage to help you identify the birds that can be seen from the picture window.
We had a wonderful time exploring the area, using the accessible tracks and utilising thelocal eateries. There was so much to do we didn’t get to do it all and will be returning soon to continue.
Again thank you for the fantastic accommodation.
Doug & Helen March 2021
“It was the first time my daughter (20 yrs old, uses carer assisted wheelchair) and I have stayed in properly fully accessible accommodation and it was so thoughtfully appointed. I could tell as a carer that it had been set up by carers. From the ramps, adjustable beds and couch, to the ceiling hoist and the AMAZING bath (Ella loved it so much, she had one everyday), to the welcome package and just the thoughtful extension on diner table so a wheelchair user can sit up at the table with their family, the house made us so comfortable, relaxed and welcomed.”
Charlotte January 2021