Unit Features

ParaQuad Tasmania owns and operates two accessible accommodation units in Tolosa Street, Glenorchy, just 8km from central Hobart.

Named after the man whose idea it was to build them, Glenn Moore Units provides the very best in purpose built accommodation for wheelchair users. But don’t take our word for it – read the reviews below to find out what other people think of them.

Express your interest in staying at Glenn Moore Units by filling in the form below,
or call our office on 03 6272 8816.

The Glenn Moore Units feature:

  • Ceiling Hoists*
  • Free Onsite Parking
  • Easy Access Bathrooms
  • Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
  • Large Open Plan Living Areas
  • Smoke Free
  • Linen Supplied

Only 15 minutes from the Hobart waterfront & CBD, and 10 minutes from MONA.

* For your personal safety and convenience, please provide your own sling for the manual and ceiling hoists if you need to use them.

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One night

$185For up to three guests

Two nights or more

$170P/N for up to three guests

Each extra guest

$20 P/N per person for more than three guests


Unit 1

Unit 2

“We have just spent a fortnight in Unit 2 with our adult wheelchair-dependent son. What a wonderful place, and wonderful people! The open-plan unit is huge, with plenty room to manoeuvre a wheelchair, and everything needed is provided, including electric hospital beds. A wonderful view of Mt Wellington from the kitchen (we saw snow on it!).Only 8 km out of Hobart, and a few minutes’ level walk to the local shopping centres (Coles, Woolies, Target, K Mart, etc). Carmel, Georgia and the boys are really warm, welcoming people. Finding Glenn Moore was a great bonus, and made our holiday so much easier. Very highly recommended.” – Lyn H 

“We stayed in unit one which was enormous. It had everything from a ceiling hoist that connected the main bedroom to the bathroom, to a mobile hoist for other journeys (!), from a shower commode to powered venetians. A fully equipped kitchen, spare linen and towels, and soooo much space. There’s shops nearby, plus a bus into Hobart proper every 10 minutes (and while the occasional bus may not be accessible, all the ones we saw were, even the ones that weren’t supposed to be). Practical rather than luxurious, but exceptionally wheelchair friendly and in a quiet neighborhood, the unit has everything you need without the hassle of having to find and hire equipment from somewhere else. And pricewise it’s a bargain.” – Vicky

“It was the best place we have stayed at in Australia. My son is in an electric wheelchair and it ticked all the boxes” – Carmel S. 

Expression of Interest Form