How the NDIS applies to holidays

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new system through which people with disability can access supports and government funding. Beyond Borders Travel is part of UnitingCare, a registered NDIS provider, and can help our travellers to achieve their goals with our supported holidays.

The supports listed in your NDIS plan are an outline of your personalised needs. We provide these supports to help you build your skills, capacity and independence so that you can participate in your community, socialise and achieve your life goals.

Holidays are a great way to achieve a range of goals, including independence, social participation, health and wellbeing and more.

Chat to us about how our holidays can help you achieve your NDIS goals on 07 3867 2518 or fill out our enquiry form. We can provide a tailored travel quote for you to pass on to your NDIS planner if you wish.

Frequently Asked Questions


  • Can taking a holiday be one of the goals in my NDIS plan?

    Yes, if it means you’ll be able to achieve your goals. Travelling with Beyond Borders Travel gives you the opportunity to:


    • Pursue your goals, objectives and aspirations
    • Increase your independence
    • Develop your capacity to actively take part in the community


  • Can my holiday needs be funded through my NDIS plan?

    The NDIS fund provides "reasonable and necessary supports" to assist people in achieving the goals in their personal plan. This means that we may be able to include and provide supports to help you achieve more independence and social participation, improve your health and wellbeing, employment and more.


    If going on holiday is one of the goals set out in your NDIS plan, the NDIS may fund the supports needed for your trip. You may see some of the following words on your NDIS support plan:


    • Assistance with personal activities
    • Social and community participation
    • Development of daily life skills
    • Assistance with travel and transport
    • Group-based community, social and recreational activities


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