Inclusive Tourism is all about making it easier for everybody to visit. At Yondah, we are making changes that will enable more people of all ages and physical abilities to use and enjoy our facilities with their families and friends. When tourism is inclusive, everyone benefits!

How can we help?
If you’d prefer to ask questions over the phone, you are very welcome to call Michele anytime on 0417 829 010 to chat about any special needs you might have. We are also very happy to take your booking and payment over the phone if that’s easier for you than going online, or you can email your booking request to us.

Assistance dogs
Guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs, including those in training, are welcome.

We are committed to creating a great experience for everyone, so if we can make your stay more enjoyable or if you have any feedback please email us or give us a call on 0417 829 010.


On the Road – There are accessible toilets at Port Wakefield, Port Clinton, Ardrossan, Minlaton and Warooka. For precise locations, check the National Public Toilet Map.

On Arrival – Yondah is accessed from the main gate via a graded gravel track that is suitable for standard cars and small buses. At the entrance to the house, there is a large gravel carpark with room to turn around, and parking for 3 to 4 vehicles. Access to the house is via a ramp directly off the carpark on to a large deck which leads to the front door. There is a small lip at this entrance, and all other external doorways that may require a low safety mat.


The house is single level with a spacious and uncluttered layout. The kitchen features a low tabletop with space below, but the pantry is narrow and therefore not easily wheelchair-accessible.

The 3 bedrooms are very spacious and feature queen ensemble beds (750mm high). In one of the bedrooms, the queen bed can be split into 2 single beds. The 3 bathrooms are very spacious – two of these feature a roll-in shower with no hob, partial shower screen, mixer taps and a moveable shower rose. Portable ‘suction’ grab rails are available on request.


There are several outdoor decks, and the largest of these provides plenty of circulation space. The surrounding grounds however may challenge people with reduced mobility as the terrain consists of gravelled areas, grassed areas and sandy soil. The beach can only be accessed down a cliff via a steep set of ‘rustic’ steps.