National Arboretum Canberra – Accessibility Review

Date of Visit – March 2019 I enjoyed the first day of my recent Canberra trip wheeling around one of our capitals more recent attractions – the National Arboretum  – currently 250 hectares of around 100 types of tree vegetation from all around the world arranged and planned so beautifully. Our National Arboretum is a read more...

East Hotel, Canberra, Australia – Accessibility Review

Location https://easthotel.com.au/rooms/ 69 Canberra Ave, Kingston, ACT I have always enjoyed visiting our nation’s capital and have explored it with our young children and sans wheelchair a few times over the years. Canberra’s political and cultural history, the planned beauty of the city and suburbs, the symmetrical town planning of buildings and spires and gardens read more...

William Ricketts Sanctuary – Accessibility Review

Date of Visit : January 2019 Being Melburnians one of the many privileges we have is living so close to Mount Dandenong . A volcanic formation that is steeped in spiritual and natural wonder and part of the verdant low mountain range commonly called “The Dandenongs”. There are many attractions around the hamlets and towns read more...

The Carer Fix – For Those Who Could Care Less

The Compromise.    We tend to mark our lives in stages, arranging our stories into chapters with clear titles which describe large and tangible changes. But the truth is that life is incremental, and now eighteen months on from my March ‘17 blog post on The Luckiest People, Gaz and I have had many small read more...