I am thinking of taking the family on the Gibb River Road and was wondering if the attractions along the way are accessible by wheelchair as I have MS and can't walk very far.
I have a strong 6'2'' teenage son for propulsion but was wondering if the access tracks would be achievable by wheelchair (gradients and distance). I also believe the scenery is better going from the top down. Do you think it would be worth planning the trip this way?
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