Wheelchair Friendly Holidays

Accessible Accommodation with Pool hoist, Dog-friendly and Exciting Accessible Experiences

Introducing  dog friendly, luxury accessible accommodation with a private pool and a pool lift

Seafarer Diamond Beach Holiday Home is a popular destination for our followers. Could it be because it is pet-friendly? Or that you can swim in the private tropical pool using the pool hoist. Maybe it’s because there are so many accessible experiences nearby.

Enjoy free beach wheelchair hire, whale watching and dolphin spotting, and long flat paths for wheelchair cruising. 

You’ll need longer than a weekend to explore all the accessible activities around Diamond Beach.

Easy access for wheelchair accessible vehicles
Accessible pool hoist at Seafarers Diamond Beach

Located in tranquil Diamond Beach Seafarers holiday home is perfectly situated a short 6-minute stroll to the beach.

Arrive at your easy access on-site disabled parking to be personally greeted by Dianne the owner, and roll past the pool on the extra-wide concrete paths to the ramp access.

With a recently installed pool lift to make your stay even more memorable. the pool is privately situated, located within easy view of the house and next to a wheelchair-accessible outdoor cabana.

Plus of course, the house is securely fenced for your kids and your four legged friends.

Our Accessible Accommodation Features

Beach wheelchair
  • Your Dog is Welcome Inside – well behaved dogs are welcome inside to enjoy all the comforts of ‘Seafarers’ with you and your family.

  • Huge, Well Fenced House Yard – you can relax and enjoy accessible activities in the freedom and peace of mind knowing Seafarers is surrounded by a secure fully fenced yard.

  • Carers accommodation, or if you need a local carer Dianne can put you in touch with local support agencies.

  • Accessible activities including free hire of a beach wheelchair at Black Head Surf Club.

Accessible Activities

Whale watching and Dolphin spotting are a “must do” activity on your to-do list. Humpback whale migration season is early June to late November. Onboard Amaroo cruises, their wheelchair accessible 24m Catamaran, the skipper and crew take particular care to ensure guests in wheelchairs get a good view of the wonderful whales.

Seafarers Diamond Beach guests get a 10% discount so book here. It’s always best to reserve your spot. Amaroo cruises also offer dolphin watching and Wallis lakes cruises.

Sunday Sippers at the Surf Club is held every Sunday at 3 pm at accessible Black Head Surf Club. a social fundraising activity for the club, you’re sure to enjoy the relaxing, friendly atmosphere and stunning views over the beach and bay whilst appreciating a cold drink. You can find out more here.

The surf club also holds Bingo Nights during school holiday periods. This is a fun, family event.

And if you’re feeling hungry on a Sunday the club holds Big Breakfasts on the Balcony on most Sundays. Everyone is most welcome. Find out more here.

Movies at Great Lakes Cinema 3, Tuncurry. An everchanging range of international and national films are shown at this fully accessible building. the cinemas also offer electronic assistance for people with hearing difficulties or who have hearing aids. Find out more here.

Nabia Farmers Markets held on the last Saturday of every month at Nabiac Showground. This is a delightful way to spend a morning at this accessible venue. Find out more here.


Accessible Cafes and Restaurants

Accessible local Eateries and Cafes. Great places to eat that are wheelchair accessible.

  • Halidays Point Tavern – Black Head. they also offer “Paint and Sip” events where beginners are taught to paint whilst sipping a cold glass of beer or chilled wine. Lots of fun. 
  • Black Head Bowling Club at Black Head.
  • Meze Cafe at Hallidays Point Head.
  • Kranky Goat at Tallwoods, known for their locally sourced coffee.
  • Black Head Surf Club. As mentioned they have the Big Breakfast on the Balcony and the Sunday Sippers.
  • The Point Bakery Halliday’s Point.
  • The Pizza Pasta Bar at Diamond Beach. they also offer takeaway.

Great Paths for Wheelchair Cruising


Sea Horse is so easy to get to.

We’re an easy 3 hours north of Sydney, located just outside the coastal village of Diamond Beach in the Blackhead/Hallidays Point region on the NSW Mid North Coast.

An easy drive straight up the M2 (Pacific Highway) north from Sydney, it’s then just 12 minutes off the highway along all sealed roads right to the front gate.  

Just 15 minutes north of the hustle and bustle of the ever-popular seaside towns of Forster/Tuncurry on the beautiful mid-north coast of NSW, the Diamond Beach area is an undiscovered gem.

The property itself is just 800m from gorgeous 24/7 dog and horse friendly Diamond Beach!


Estimated Driving Times to Sea Horse


Sydney                  3 hours

Central Coast        2 hours

Newcastle             1.5 hours

Scone                    3 hours

Tamworth              3 hours