The following mobility maps show access and facilities for people with limited mobility in central Melbourne and Docklands.
Travellers Aid offers baby change facilities, family-friendly rest areas with bottle-warming facilities, stroller hire and other facilities. You can find their services at:
There is also a baby change room at Myer, 314 Bourke Street on Level 3. Phone 03 9661 1111 for details.
The City of Melbourne manages five children's centres in the municipality, three of which provide a kindergarten program. Find a complete list of council-run centres and other childcare centres under Child care options.
The National Public Toilet Map – an Australian Government project – lists public toilets all around Australia. See the Public Toilet Map for the City of Melbourne, showing which ones are accessible, with addresses, maps, opening hours and other information.
The City of Melbourne manages the network of accessible parks, gardens and reserves within the city.
Park Rangers are available to help visitors with enquiries or to help people attend functions such as weddings in City of Melbourne's parks and gardens. If you have a mobility problem and access to an event location is difficult, please contact the Parks and Recreation Branch on 03 9658 9658 for information and assistance.
The Active city – Sport and recreation access guide (PDF 1.3MB)has been developed in response to requests for more information about accessibility in sport and recreation facilities and programs.
This guide provides key access information to 34 venues within the municipality and highlights access provisions relating to main entry, toilets, parking, floor surface and any specific programs for people with disabilities. Developed in consultation with people with disabilities, this guide provides useful information for individuals when planning a sport and recreation activity within the City of Melbourne.
Alternatively, you can use Sports and recreation directory search to help you locate accessible facilities in your location.
Any requests regarding vehicle access and parking (including Disabled permits) in parks and gardens should be directed to the Parks and Recreation Branch on 03 9658 9658.
For all other parks, sports and recreation enquiries, please contact the City of Melbourne on 03 9658 9658, TTY 03 9658 9461.
Melbourne is host to more than 300 events and festivals each year, so there is always something to see or do in the city.
To find out what’s coming up for your next visit, whether it’s next week or in a few months’ time, our website What's On can help. The site has a range of information for visitors, including Visitor info and Accessibility.
Events and venues that are accessible to wheelchair users are indicated as having disabled access (as rated by event organisers or businesses).
Arts Access provides comprehensive details of disability access provisions within arts and entertainment venues.
You can download the Arts Access guide and the Melbourne entertainment and sporting precinct map from the Documents download section of this page.
Arts Access can be contacted on telephone 03 9699 8299, TTY 03 9699 7636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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