Accessible Housing options is a national website that advertises properties for people with disability. It is free to use for people with disability searching for housing.

The Housing Hub is an online community where people with disability and housing providers work together to create accessible housing options. They are supported by Summer Foundation.

To assist people with disability realise their choices they:

  1. Develop and share resources to support people to undertake their housing journey
  2. Support people with disability and providers offering housing to share information that builds a quality housing market
  3. Hold events to support people to learn about their options and connect housing providers and housing seekers

Their national team includes people with expertise about their own housing journey.

You can read some of their stories here.

Thinking about moving? Jump on the Housing Hub and create a Housing Hub profile. Just answer a few simple questions about where you want to live, and what you want and need in a place to live. The website then starts doing the work for you. Create your Profile here.

Call or send an email with your housing question – 1300 61 64 63 or

The Housing Hub have collated a range of great stories by their Lived Experience team, here is a link to some articles.

Keen to understand Specialist Disability Accommodation or SDA? Register for a free workshop by and for people with disability

There is also a digital workshop about all things housing and NDIS:

In this free, self-paced workshop you can learn about housing for people with disability. They want you to find the right home for you.  

With the NDIS, you have more choices about where you live and who you live with. The 12 short video chapters talk about your housing choices, including specialist disability accommodation (SDA). 

This workshop has been made for people with disability who are looking for accessible accommodation. Family and supporters can use it too.