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Sam swaps to Luggie from pull-apart

Sam and his carer were having difficulties pulling his portable scooter apart. The seat was heavy and awkward, there were five pieces to put in the boot, and it was all just getting too hard. But Sam still wanted a scooter he could take with him in the car. That’s where the Luggie came in.

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Scooters Australia turns 30!

The Directors of Scooters Australia are still at the helm accumulating 30 years of experience as the oldest mobility scooter retailer in the country, now also an importer of its own brands.

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Walking and Wheeling with MS

Maureen Corrigan likes to write and she likes to travel. For the second time she’s combined these passions into a book. Walking and Wheeling Tales is a collection of stories pulled from all over the globe. It’s full of misadventures, triumphs, laughs, frustrations, and even a little wisdom.

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Staying connected to the world with the Luggie

‘You need to be organised and determined to be a part of it’…..
Ray Kirkwood has spent his life ‘being a part of it’. He played 2nd grade football for Hawthorn, was secretary to a regional board of education, and ran a Travel Agency for a decade. After a diagnosis of MS, some things changed, but many stayed the same.

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Coronavirus Mobility Scooter Update: January 2022

In light of the coronavirus crisis, Scooters Australia is implementing measures in line with WHO recommendations, to ensure the safety of our customers and staff.

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Meg Wade is  an Australian horse riding champion. A few years she had an accident and now walking is sometimes difficult. That’s where the Luggie …

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How much do mobility scooters cost to run?

If you’re considering purchasing a mobility scooter, you may be wondering how much it will end up costing you in the long run. Just like …

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Contactless Sales and Service

During this unprecedented crisis, we are still here to help you buy a scooter or have your scooter serviced, all remotely and without any physical contact with our staff. And by disinfecting our products before delivery, you can be confident we will keep you safe from infection.

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Information for Occupational Therapists | Scooters Australia

Working with OTs to find the right solution for your client As an occupational therapist, it’s helpful to have a trusted mobility scooter supplier on …

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How to get a mobility scooter through the NDIS

The NDIS is a government funded insurance initiative, helping people under 65 with a disability and their carers receive the support, services and equipment they need …

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Still Mobile During Covid-19

Dr John Thearle spent decades teaching and practicing medicine. He’s also a polio survivor from the 1940’s. But the disease didn’t quite go away, as …

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Jack Stays on His Feet

Jack Rogers has Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy, but that hasn’t stopped him from getting about. He still gets around on foot fairly often, but the Luggie is always there for longer walks, for going between classes, and even occasionally going all the way to school.

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