Crown Riverwalk is flat and fully accessible.
The closest accessible toilet can be found by entering the Crown Entertainment Complex next to the Spice Temple restaurant. Turn left and follow the wall till you reach the accessible bathroom sign and ramp entrance. It is next to Harold’s shopfront.
All our exhibitors, volunteers and staff will have maps and can show you where to find the accessible bathroom.
The festival will have Auslan interpreters available to help deaf and hearing impaired visitors communicate with exhibitors and take part in activities.
If you’d like an interpreter to help you, please visit us at the information marquee.
Are you bringing your service animal to the festival?
Stop by our information marquee and we’ll have a bowl of water ready for them.
Do you need some time out away from the noise of the festival and Crown Riverwalk? Head to the Together Project marquee for some quiet reflection time.
The Together Project is all about living in a world where everyone belongs and is respected. Come down to the marquee, make some art and have a chat. We’d love you to share your ideas on what makes you feel happy, safe, cared for and equal.
The Together Project is an initiative of the Disability Services Commissioner.
Accessibility in the City of Melbourne
Download the City of Melbourne CBD Mobility Map for information about:
- Travellers Aid
- Recharge stations for electric scooters and wheelchairs
- Changing places
- TTY payphones