The below Accessibility Guide and information is designed to provide customers with information to enhance their experience at Dwellingup Adventures. Please reach out if you have any questions or suggestions for how we can make our experiences more accessible.

Accessibility Guide 2024

Waypoints Cafe and Dwellingup Adventures are located in the Dwellingup Trails and Visitors Centre. It is a large building with parking on 3 sides. Waypoints Cafe and Dwellingup Adventures are located at the eastern end of the building overlooking a grass area, playground and skate and pump tracks. The area is generally quieter during the week, except school holidays and public holidays. There is lots of area to run about, stretch legs and be noisy! There is one local road to the south, that is generally not busy. As the centre is located very close to the Hotham Valley Train this can present some noise, especially during the cooler months of the year when steam is being used to power the engines. It is a magnificent sight to behold but can be very loud! The natural bush that surrounds the town and where most of our activities take place is a relaxed, peaceful environment with little car noise. There are sections of river with rapids that can be noisy and fast. However, there are also more quieter sections to be enjoyed all year. Expect to encounter some wildlife in the bush, including kangaroos, wallaby’s, emus, native marsupials, reptiles and birds. 

If you have any questions please reach out – we are more than happy to help.