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Melbourne Official Visitor Guide - - See & Do -

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.

glob­al­bal­loon­ing.com.au /ac­ces­si­bil­ity

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.

arts­cen­tremel­bourne.com.au

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

Global Bal­loon­ing

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