Melbourne’s cafes, food courts and restaurants provide a wide array of lunch and dining options for the city worker, shopper and visitor. The accessible eateries and bars guides provide information on some of the restaurants, food halls, bars and cafés in the Central Business District and Southbank that are accessible by people with disabilities. Venues are rated on access, toilet facilities, ambient noise levels, and the availability of large print or Braille menus.
City Eating - An Access Guide
This guide is designed to take the hassle out of choosing somewhere to eat by providing basic access information for 88 eateries in Melbourne. As well as listing basic information about the type of food, price range and opening hours, the guide also covers a variety of access considerations such as floor surface, provision of accessible toilets, lighting and background noise.
City Eating - an Access Guide (PDF, 829kb)
City Eating - an Access Guide (Word, 432kb)
City Bars - an Access Guide
The City of Melbourne has developed this guide in response to requests from young people for more information about accessibility in city venues. 'City Bars - an Access Guide' includes detailed information about 30 bars and entertainment venues within the municipality.
City Bars - an Access Guide (PDF, 294kb)
City Bars - an Access Guide (Word, 344kb)