We work towards building communities that are accessible and inclusive. We develop strategies that increase participation opportunities for people with disability.

The principle of universal access and inclusion is now a standard part of our planning and service provision.

The links below provide information about community programs that work towards making our city accessible and inclusive for people of all abilities. For further information about disability support services in the region, please visit the Disability Care Australia website or phone 1800 800 110.

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Recharge Point - You have the power

Recharge your electric wheelchair or mobility scooter when you are out and about.

Maxi taxi cab

The Geelong Taxi Network has 22 wheelchair accessible taxis.

Beach wheelchair on Eastern Beach

Specially designed for using on sand. Free to hire at Eastern Beach.

Red and white radio

Weekly segment on local Vision Australia radio 99.5 FM.

Liberty Swing

All children can now enjoy the fun of swinging at the accessible and popular Geelong Play Space.

Geelong Interfaith Network

An accessible place to meet and host events. The new lift means everyone can enjoy riding the Carousel.

Wheelchair symbol - white on black background

Planning for universal access and inclusion.

Disability Advisory Committee - view of Carousel across the water at sunrise

Advice on how Council can improve the wellbeing of people with disabilities and their carers.

Front cover image of the Accessible Communicaton in the Community and in the Workplace booklet showing Cunningham Pier in Geelong

Supporting rural and regional communities.

Information on shop front access for people with mobility issues

Planning a visit to central Geelong? This directory provides information on shop front access for people with mobility issues.

Information on service station driveway assistance for people with mobility issues

Geelong service stations may provide driveway support for people with a disability or mobility issues.

Braille embossed on white paper

Documents now available by request in Braille.

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Daily from 28 November 2014 to 03 December 2014

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