Melbourne is one of Australia's oldest cities but accessibility for people with special mobility needs is improving all the time. Find out about accessible accommodation, activities and attractions and the best ways to get around in Melbourne and Victoria.
Travellers Aid provides travel-related support and aid including accessible toilet, shower and change amenities, equipment loan and a rest area. It provides advice and assistance to older and frail people, and people with disabilities to ensure safe passage. Travellers Aid is located at City Village on Bourke Street, at Southern Cross and Flinders Street stations in Melbourne's CBD, and at Seymour Station and Ballarat Station in regional Victoria. Travellers Aid also provides services at iconic Melbourne events. Bookings are essential.
Find details about Melbourne's accessible venues, services and facilities, including restaurants, bars, cafes and toilets.
melbourne.vic.gov.au. Download Access Keys to access venues and events through accessabilityaustralia.com
Getting around Melbourne
The City of Melbourne can help you find out about accessible parking, public transport, taxis and vehicle hire and getting mobile on Melbourne's footpaths.
Accessible Melbourne ebook by Lonely Planet
Download this free Lonely Planet ebook packed with tips and recommendations for travellers with special needs.
Melbourne mobility map
Download a mobility map of the centre of Melbourne, courtesy of City of Melbourne. The map shows useful accessibility information such as street gradients, toilets, parking and public transport stops.