Adelaide, SA
0400 131 931
enquiry@pushadventures.com.au

About Us

Welcome to Push Adventures

Push Adventures is a South Australian business, founded in 2014 by husband and wife, Scott and Clair Crowley.

Passionate about enhancing tourism experiences for people with physical disabilities and their travel companions, we offer practical advice to make your tourism business inclusive and accessible by a whole range of guests. Why? Because we want to ensure everyone enjoys their experience when they travel South Australia.

“We love South Australia and we want to show it off to everyone! We’ve pushed through lots of hurdles during our adventures but keep going back for more. We want to reduce the boundaries for all travellers who may have faced barriers along the way. Utilising our local knowledge and industry experience we want travellers to have access to the right information and feel confident to explore South Australia.”

Scott & Clair

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Meet Us

Scott Crowley

Lover of life. sports enthusiast. thrill seeker. wheelchair user.

“I can & I will, just watch me..”

15 years ago Scott’s life changed in an instant. A snowboarding accident in Whistler Canada, left him paralysed from his injuries. His passion for travel and adventure have certainly not changed and he’s been lucky to see some amazing parts of Australia and the world since. Scott’s hard work and determination have led him to pursue his sporting talents and has allowed him to represent at a State and National level. He is currently tackling the para-triathlon circuit with a dream of competing at the Commonwealth Games in 2018. These experiences along with a Degree in Tourism, Hospitality and Marketing and over 10 years working in customer service, makes Scott a fantastic resource and advisor for the inclusive tourism industry.

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Clair Crowley

Passionate changemaker. cake baker. nature enthusiast. coffee lover.

“Live in the sunshine. Swim in the sea. Drink the wild air.” Emerson.

Passionate and ambitious, Clair’s insight into the barriers and hurdles that a wheelchair user faces is the driver behind Push Adventures. She is determined to use the experiences of her family to educate the travel industry and assist to create a world where tourism is accessible for all. Having travelled and worked around the world, Clair has faced and overcome the many challenges that exist when preparing for, and travelling with, people of varying abilities. Her experience working in a not for profit organisation and a degree in Recreation Planning and Management with a tourism and events focus, provide for an invaluable insight into working towards an inclusive tourism experience for all.

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Linda Anderson

Wine lover. Straight shooter. Adventurer. Ideas girl.

“Logic will take you from A to Z, imagination will take you everywhere!”  Albert Einstein

Linda has extensive experience travelling the world.  Having lived and worked in London for a number of years she travelled whenever possible.  She understands the barriers that exist when travelling without knowledge or experience in foreign countries.  Linda has a wide range of skills across business development, events, marketing and project management in a variety of small and large local, national and international organisations.  With a love of South Australia and an enthusiasm for new experiences, Linda is committed to make sure every-body enjoys travelling in SA.

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Our Journey

  • 2014

    Push Adventures was founded. Clair and Scott Crowley identified the need to make South Australian tourism inclusive to ensure everyone was having a great time when travelling within South Australia.

  • 2016

    Seacliff Beach mat roll out. A first for South Australia and initiated by Scott. This encouraged three other beaches to purchase beach mats for use this upcoming summer.

  • 2016

    Fund My Community. The South Australian public successfully voted our project ‘Choose your own adventure’ into fruition.

  • 2016

    Industry interest. Lots of discussions with some big players in South Australia.

  • 2016

    Featured on SBS World News. New business providing adventures for the disabled.

Partners

None of this would be possible without the support of The Paraplegic and Quadriplegic Association of South Australia and funds contributed from Fund My Community an initiative by the Department of Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI).

The Paraplegic and Quadriplegic Association of SA provide services to people living with disability in South Australia and is the peak community body supporting people with Spinal Cord Injury to live their potential.

Fund My Community provided $1 million for organisations to deliver programs or services for isolated, vulnerable or disadvantaged South Australians with the funding allocation decided by the community.