Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2017-2021
We strive to address the barriers that prevent people with a disability from fully participating in the Blue Mountains community.
Council launched its new adult change facility on Wednesday 5 December at the Blue Mountains Theatre & Hub in Springwood.
The facility is located on the ground floor in the unisex accessible toilet. It is available to all members of the public Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and Saturday 9am to 4pm.
For any maintenance issues contact Council on 478 5000.
Council has an adult lift and change facility for people with a disability at its Echo Point Visitor Information Centre (Cliff Drive, Echo Point ) in the unisex accessible toilet.
The lift and change facility is available to all members of the public Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and Saturday and Sunday 9am to 5pm, including public holidays.
It is opened by a MLAK key, and is located within 80 to 100 metres of the viewing platform of the three sisters via accessible pathways of travel. Patrons are to bring their own sling for hygienic purposes.
For any maintenance issues contact Council on 4780 5000.
Accessible toilets that are fitted with an MLAK key are open during daylight hours from 7am to 5pm. After 5pm they are locked to maintain their cleanliness and safety for the convenience of patrons. With a MLAK key they can be opened after hours.
Blue Mountains City Council is a supporter of the companion card affiliates program and lists all Blue Mountains members. Get more information