The Access Adelaide Guide includes information for people with disabilities to get to Adelaide; to travel in and around the city; and to find places to enjoy. It also includes contact details for organisations with further information.
Readers can also now customise the guide and print just those sections they need for their visit. Information directly relevant to people with disabilities is provided in the first half of the guide. The second half lists general services, attractions, festivals and things we recommend you see and do while you are in Adelaide.
People from around Australia have contributed their ideas about what they look for before visiting a city and we thank them for the contributions that have shaped this guide.
Suggestions, changes and corrections to improve this guide are always welcome.
You can also view disability services and parkings on our Interactive Map. To use the map:
1. Click here to view the map
2. Check the respective categories to view them on the map.
People with a hearing, speech or communication impairment and with access to a Teletypewriter (TTY) or internet access can communicate with the Adelaide City Council by asking for the customer service number (08) 8203 7203 via the following methods:
• TTY - phone toll free: 133 677
• Speak and Listen – phone: 1300 555 727
• National Relay Service - connect to: iprelay.com.au/call/index.aspx