Changing places facility

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The City of Adelaide has a Changing Places facility located near the Quentin Kenihan Inclusive Playspace in Rymill Park.

Changing Places toilets are different to standard accessible toilets. They have extra features and more space to meet the needs of people with severe and profound disabilities, and their attendants. This state of the art facility has been built to the current Changing Places standards. The public toilet complex is designed to be a safe and inclusive place for all, including those with wheelchairs or walking frames, mothers/fathers and those with infants or children, and severely disabled people requiring the assistance of an attendant.

This facility is open at all times. 

Access is via MLAK Key

MLAK Keys are now available from council. 

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The Changing Places facility includes:

  • accessible toilet pan with space for an attendant either side
  • fixed ceiling Hoist (model: CHS Prism Medical C450) with lifting capacity of 205 kg. Users will need to bring their own compatible sling.
  • adult size change table with maximum capacity of 220kg
  • privacy curtain
  • hand basin and hand dryer
  • automatic sliding entry door for ease of access.

In addition to the Changing Places facility, the Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka (Park 14) public toilet facility also includes:

  • two unisex toilets for ambulant users (those using walking aids)
  • one unisex (left-handed) accessible toilet with baby change table.


Users must provide their own sling to use with the hoist. This is to minimise the risk of accident or contamination.

The Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka (Park 14) Changing Places hoist is a CHS Prism Medical C450. To check the compatibility of the hoist with your sling, call the Independent Living Centre’s Advisory Service on 1300 885 886. We do not accept any responsibility for risks associated with using an incompatible sling.

Changing places floorplan

Floor plan of Changing places facility at Quentin Kenihan Inclusive playground


Apply for MLAK key access

Access to the Changing Places facility is via a MLAK key. MLAK is a security system that enables people with disabilities to gain 24/7 access to a network of public facilities across Australia. 

You can apply for your own key by visiting the Master Locksmiths Association of Australia webpage and complete an application form. MLAK keys cost $20 including GST and applications will need to be validated.

For a limited time, City of Adelaide will provide eligible applicants with an MLAK key free. To apply for a key, visit the City of Adelaide Customer Centre during opening hours. Applicants will need to provide photo ID and evidence to support their application

City of Adelaide Customer Centre

Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Other facilities in the city

The Adelaide Aquatic Centre also has a change facility for adults and older children. Swipe card access is available from their front desk. Find out more on the Adelaide Aquatic Centre website.

For other changing place facilities in South Australia, see the Changing Places Map.