Mobility Scooters And More

Equip U

We specialise in a wide range of cutting edge products designed to improve the mobility of everyday Australians. We don’t just stock mobility scooters and other accessories, but we also offer in-home trials to residents who live in North Queensland. We believe that access to these types of products shouldn’t be limited based on where you live, and being NDIS registered, we can provide funding options as well.

Mobility Scooters Townsville

Finding reputable mobility scooters Townsville experts means that not only are you shopping local, but that someone is there for the aftercare part of the journey.

As anyone who owns a mobility scooter already knows, these machines have powers that go far beyond simply getting someone from A to B. For people who live with a disability or health issue that restricts their physical movements, access to a mobility scooter can work wonders when it comes to revolutionising how they navigate the world. 


What’s more is that these machines have been proven to dramatically enhance the owner’s independence and quality of life. Loneliness and social isolation are thought to be silent killers here in Australia, but with the help of a mobility scooter, going out for coffee with friends or heading to the shops becomes much less stressful and far more enjoyable - as it should be. 

Despite the potential benefits, not everyone in Australia has access to the same level of products and it often boils down to where you live. Here at Equip U, we’re working towards changing that. 

Meet The Experts On Mobility Scooters Townsville 

At Equip U, we see a disability as a possibility and have made it our mission to go above and beyond the standard offerings from other retailers who stock devices and tools to improve mobility. 

Although finding the right mobility scooters Townsville expert is no easy feat, our point of difference is that we don’t just stock mobility scooters and other accessories, but we also offer in-home trials to residents who live in North Queensland. We believe that access to these types of products shouldn’t be limited based on where you live, and being NDIS registered, we can also provide funding options as well. 

Not only do our at home trials provide the ultimate sense of convenience, but it also means that our clients have the chance to give our products a try in the environments that they’re designed for, ensuring that there’s no potential headaches further down the track and that the right product is selected from day one.

From all terrain vehicles, mobility scooters and shower assistance products, we also offer products for hire as a means to help our clients explore the world around them more freely and with less restrictions, particularly when it comes to exploring Townsville’s great outdoors. For customers who have invested in a new product from us on a more permanent basis, we also offer services and repairs to help ensure that access to mobility remains reliable and consistent without breaking the bank. 

If you’ve already taken the time to explore our full range online and are wondering what the next steps are, all you need to do next is get in touch and we will book a time that suits you to bring your product of choice to your home for a viewing and free trial. Ultimately, it’s our mission as mobility scooters Townsville experts to work with you to bring your vision for improved mobility to life. 

Getting Around Townsville Like A Local 

Despite being positioned amongst some of Queensland’s most iconic natural wonders, as a city in its own right, Townsville is often overlooked in favour of its northern cousin, Cairns. For many of its residents and even frequent visitors, this underdog status is exactly its appeal. 

With an average of three hundred days of sunshine per year, it’s no wonder that the Townsville lifestyle is all about the great outdoors. While being home to one of Australia’s key military bases in addition to its status as a hub for FIFO mining workers, the population of the city is the perfect mix of young professionals, families and retirees chasing warmer weather. 

Just five short years ago, the median three bedroom house price in Townsville was roughly $320,000. Today, that figure has ballooned out to $680,000, with many long-time locals pointing the finger firmly towards the large influx of interstate migrants, many of whom were fleeing lockdowns and a lack of sunshine. 

Although Townsville has changed significantly in recent years, the lifestyle itself has largely remained the same. With fishing, camping and swimming spots galore, locals can get back to nature both on the ocean and on the mainland, particularly given Townsville’s proximity to a number of national parks, including the Great Barrier Reef. 

As a means to roll out the welcome mat to both residents and travellers who have mobility issues, Townsville City Council recognises that creating an accessible city is a key factor in improving the lives of locals and visitors alike. 

In 2019, in partnership with Briometrix and Spinal Life Australia Council saw the commencement of the Navability project. Using modern mapping technology, wheelchairs were turned into mapping tools, with devices installed to track routes of the individuals participating in the project.

As part of their most recent work, the wheelchair pilots navigated pathways around Aitkenvale and the Ross River Pathways, adding to work done in previous years in the Townsville CBD and surrounding key landmarks. The Navability project will continue to map further parts of the city in future stages, all as a means to improve Townsville's accessibility for wheelchair users or anyone that uses a mobility aid. 

What’s more is that Townsville has prioritised accessibility to one of its most famous icons, The Strand. Beach access mats have been rolled out on The Strand to help improve accessibility for anyone in the community with a mobility issue, which will allow people who use a wheelchair or parents pushing a pram or stroller to get onto the beach without assistance. 

Although the project cost almost $20,000, it was funded under the Queensland Government’s Works For Queensland program to ensure that everyone has access to experiences like taking a trip to the beach, with many more future projects like this underway.