The Murray Princess has four cabins specially designed for wheelchairs. Two cabins feature twin beds and two feature a double bed and a single bed. Please note the images above show one of the accessible cabins.
- Wheelchair access doors and bathrooms
- Continuous level bathrooms
- Telephone contact with 24hr emergency numbers
- Hand held shower
- 2 mirrors in bathroom – one at normal height, one at wheelchair height
- All cabins have shower chairs and other equipment is available on request
- Height of beds 60cm from floor to top of mattress to enable passengers to slide off chair onto the bed with no difficulty.
Water Activities and Getting Ashore
The Murray Princess has a tender boat for speedboat rides. Passengers are required to ‘climb’ directly into the tender from the Murray Princess. The deck crew are always on hand to assist and to help passengers with life jackets.
During the course of the cruise Murray Princess stops at a number of riverside locations where passengers can go ashore via the gangway. The steepness of the gangway will vary depending on the location (varying from steep riverbanks to flat historic wharves). The crew are always on hand to assist passengers ashore. The terrain will also vary depending on river conditions. Rough ground, inclines and sand may provide obstacles to those with limited mobility. Wheelchair access for onshore tours may not be possible.
Find out more about the layout of the Murray Princess vessel, what is located on each deck and a floorplan.
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