List the access features at your event
We aim to create events and attractions open and accessible to everyone.
Around 1 in 5 Australians have a permanent disability. If your event offers accessible services, it’s important to let people know. Access information will help people with a disability plan and attract more people to your event.
When choosing your venue, consider the access for people with a disability entering, moving through and exiting the venue. Think about accessible parking and public transport. We encourage you to confirm accessible services and facilities available at your venue.
Good access benefits everyone in the community including people with disability, carers, families with prams and older people.
What the features mean
An additional narration track accompanying media for users who are blind or have low vision.
Blind and low vision assistance
Support staff available.
Information offered in the alternative format.
Text descriptions of the speech, music and sound effects of content playing.
A special type of sound system used by people with hearing aids.
A clear path of travel throughout the venue with an accessible toilet.
National Relay Service
Allows Deaf people or people who are hard of hearing to make calls through a keyboard or assistive device.
Auslan interpretation available.
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