Accessibility

Accessibility

Tactile street signs

More than 2,100 braille and raised letter signs are being installed at every signalised pedestrian crossing across the local area.

Making Sydney more accessible

Your accessibility guide to the city centre

Sydney currently has a range of accessible services to allow as many people as possible to make their way around the city centre.

You'll find an accessibility map of the city centre under Downloads below. This accessibility map includes the location of toilets, ATMs, public telephones and parking spaces. Public transport options are also marked on the map. Steep hills are marked to assist you in getting around.

Sydney For All

Access maps for other areas, including The Rocks, Sydney Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens and Darling Harbour, are available on the Sydney For All website.

Accessible Sydney app

The Accessible Sydney iPhone app helps people of all ages with disability and their families to enjoy our city.

You can also download the lite version.

The app and directory of accessible venues provide accessibility information on restaurants, accommodation, arts and cultural venues, tourist attractions, banking, toilets and parking.

The app was developed with funding provided by the City. It is now managed by NetSavvy.

Accessible parking spaces

If you hold a Mobility Parking Permit, you can enjoy free parking for a certain period of time in designated parking zones. This applies to parking zones with meters or ticket machines.

You can make use of free accessible parking for the following periods of time:

  • an unlimited amount of time in parking zones of more than 30 minutes
  • up to 2 hours in parking zones of 30 minutes
  • up to 30 minutes in 5 minute parking zones.

You must move your car during the times shown on the sign for the following zones:

  • Bus Lane
  • Clearway
  • No Stopping
  • No Parking

You can also view a list of accessible parking spaces online.

Contacts

Col Warne
Traffic Operations Manager
02 9265 9333

Last updated: Thursday, 16 June 2016