483 George Street, Sydney, 2000
The recently updated Lower Room of Sydney Town Hall, in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, is a hub of Sydney’s civic and cultural life, immediately on top of Town Hall Train Station, and home to state and local government elections, union meetings, trade and community exhibitions, demonstrations, and public health clinics.
The recently updated Lower Room is fitted with air conditioning, and a hearing loop system. The accessible entrance to the building is via the Druitt Street entrance, opposite the Queen Victoria Building. Assistance dogs are welcome on site, though the venue requests notice prior to arrival to help meet your needs.
If you require assistance when accessing the building, please call Town Hall on (02) 9265 9282.
Further accessibility information can be found here.
140 Hoddle Street, Abbotsford, 3067
The Collingwood Town Hall was opened in 1887, underwent an art-deco refurbishment in 1938, and had its amenities brought into the 21st Century in 2014. The Town Hall is a beautiful public space that has grown with the community.
A short distance from Collingwood Train Station, both the venue and the stage are wheelchair accessible, the venue has an operational hearing loop, and there are tactile indicators on signage in braille, and on the floor.
For further accessibility information, contact Yarra City Council by phone, on (03) 9205 5555, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
30 Light Street, Fortitude Valley, 4006
Lightspace is a unique warehouse venue in Brisbane’s creative precinct of Fortitude Valley.
The venue is air-conditioned, wheelchair accessible and assistance dog friendly. If you have any questions about accessibility, or particular accessibility requirements, you can contact Lightspace on +61 499 999 400