Everyone loves a good trip down south with the family, especially to the beautiful Margaret River Region which is home to some of the most spectacular scenes of nature, world class wineries, and cosy retreats.
However, accessing this region as a wheelchair user can sometimes be a little challenging: that’s why I was stoked when the Margaret River Region reached out and asked whether I’d be interested in spending a weekend in one of the newly renovated accessible chalets at Redgate Forest Retreat.
Thanks to these new renovations, two of the retreat’s chalets have totally accessible footprints, taking the hassle out of organising accommodation. Situated on a stunning 167-acre property, with 50-acres of native forest to explore for those who are mobile enough, the Wongin and Kanana chalets are the place to stay. Featuring a fully accessible bathroom with a shower bench and roll under sink, a spacious wheelchair-friendly bedroom, and rolling access to a huge front garden and backyard BBQ space, this place is a wheelchair user’s dream. Let me tell you, it’s awesome.