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Disability Sport & Recreation Festival by Adam McKay

Accessibility at Disability Sport & Recreation Festival 

Event details

Accessibility Information

Crown Riverwalk is flat and fully accessible.


Maps and Guides

The Interactive Access Map can be found here.

The Public Toilet Map can be found here.

The Changing Places Map can be found here

The Getting Around Guide can be found here

The Parking Options Guide can be found here.

The Kerbside Disability Parking Map can be found here.

The Social Story can be found here.



The closest accessible bathroom can be found by entering the Crown Entertainment Complex through the entrance next to Spice Temple, located towards the end of the Festival. There are accessible doors which will open for you.


Once inside Crown, turn left to get to the lifts. Take the lift to the basement level where all bathrooms (incl. accessible bathrooms) are located. To get back to the Festival on Crown Riverwalk, take the lifts back up to the ground level.

All of our exhibitors, volunteers and staff will have maps and can show you where to find the accessible bathroom.



The Festival will have Auslan interpreters available to help deaf and hearing-impaired visitors communicate with exhibitors and take part in activities.

If you’d like an interpreter to help you, please visit us at the information marquee.


Service animals

Are you bringing your service animal to the Festival?

Stop by our information marquee and we’ll have a bowl of water ready for them.


Accessibility in the City of Melbourne

Download the City of Melbourne CBD Mobility Map for information about:

  • Travellers Aid

  • Recharge stations for electric scooters and wheelchairs

  • Changing places

  • TTY payphones


Accessible Public Transport

Don’t drive? Don’t let that stop you! This year we’ve made it even easier to get to the Victorian Disability Sport & Recreation Festival by public transport. Read on for all the links to useful information to help you get mobile.

Plan your trip with Public Transport Victoria: Accessible public transport from PTV.

Travelling by tram

  • 55 tram, direction Domain Interchange, and get off at stop 112.

  • 109 tram, direction Port Melbourne, and get off at stop 124A and walk along the river to Queens Bridge Road and the festival. The 109 route has low-floor trams and is fully accessible.


For information on trams including timetables and accessibility, visit Yarra Trams.


Accessibility in the City of Melbourne

Download the City of Melbourne CBD Mobility Map, listing access and facilities for people with limited mobility.


Travellers Aid

If you are coming to the festival by train, you may pass through either Flinders Street Station or Southern Cross Station. Travellers Aid operates at both stations, offering a range of services, including mobility equipment, fully accessible bathrooms with adult-change facilities and ceiling hoist, rest area with showers, towel hire, and baby-change facilities. For more information, visit their website, Travellers Aid.

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