Workshop focuses on “inclusive” tourism

Local business people involved in tourism are being urged to attend a workshop focused on creating and enhancing “inclusive” tourism experiences in the region.

Being “Inclusive” means that being older does not matter, having a disability does not matter or having children in prams does not matter. It allows all people to have access to what you are offering regardless of ability.

And with an estimated 4 million people living in Australia with a form of disability, and 3.5 million aged over 65 years that means a lot of potential customers, without even looking at international markets.