Access All Areas
We want everyone to be able to enjoy our city, so here are our tips for Melbourne’s best accessible attractions.
01 Global Ballooning
Operating Australia’s first accessible hot-air balloon for passengers with physical mobility impairment, Global Ballooning offers sunrise flights over Melbourne and the Yarra Valley. The basket has specially designed seating and seatbelts, as well as a door that allows access without climbing over the edge.
02 Arts Centre Melbourne
Offering a range of services to ensure accessibility to its theatre, musical and ballet performances, all Arts Centre Melbourne venues are wheelchair accessible and patrons can request assisted listening devices. Some performances have Auslan interpretation or captioning. Vision Australia also provides audio description and tactile tours of selected performances.
03 Federation Square
As well as wheelchair accessibility throughout the site (including River Terrace), hearing loops are located in The Atrium, Deakin Edge and the Square. ACMI offers two wheelchair entry points and access to all of its galleries, studios and cinemas. ACMI also offers wheelchair loans, as well as assisted listening devices. fedsquare.com acmi.net.au