January 9th, 2003
This page will mainly be of value to Australian residents, but people in other countries may also get some ideas for finding out about local disability benefits.
- Theme parks (e.g. Wet’n’Wild, Movie World, etc) often offer a discount for a disabled child and their carer. As an example, general adult admission to Wet’n’Wild is $35.00 and the child rate is $22.00. The disabled child rate is $17.50, and one carer gets in for the pensioner price (I think roughly $22.00). It pays to ask!
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