Access & Inclusion
The City of Adelaide is committed to making the city a welcoming and inclusive place for all people to enjoy.
As South Australia’s Capital City Council, the City of Adelaide is continually working toward demonstrating best practice in access and inclusion planning.
Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel Members
The Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel aims to connect Council to people’s lived experience. The Panel meets quarterly to help shape the access and inclusion outcomes for key projects across the city.
Back row (L-R): Jody Holdback, Tony Starkey (Royal Society for the Blind), Sue Lyons (Department of Human Services), Jarad McLoughlin, Michele Colmer, Dilky Wijeyekoon (Australian Migrant Resource Centre), David Squirrell.
Front row (L-R): Christine Onishko, Karen Forde, Jae-Marie Jaensch, Nadia Moffat, Jocelyn Neumueller (Julia Farr Youth), Martin Sawtell (Access 2 Arts).
The Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-2022 outlines how the City of Adelaide will improve the city by breaking down barriers to participation.
- Download the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (Easy Read)
- Download the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
Recharge Points for Electric Mobility Devices
City of Adelaide has partnered with Recharge Scheme Australia to facilitate the establishment of free recharge points for electric scooters and wheelchairs across the City and North Adelaide.
- Access Adelaide Guide - Information to assist you to plan your journey to the city
- Your Say Adelaide - Ongoing Council consultations
- My Local Services App - Letting Council know about issues such as faulty footpaths, items of footpaths, etc.
- Community Development Grants
- Provide feedback to Council
- Human Rights Commission, Equal Opportunities Commission or Disability Advocacy and Complaints Service SA
- Accessible Parking
- Accessible Toilets
- Public Transport
- Accessibility for Business