Accessibility map (beta)

Accessibility map

Getting around the city centre

Understanding where potential barriers such as stairs or steep hills are, or access features such as the nearest accessible toilet or taxi rank is, provides people with disability greater confidence to visit the city.

More importantly, it lets people with disability participate in numerous activities with more independence and dignity.

Our online accessibility map, presently in beta, provides information about key access features such as mobility parking spaces and accessible public toilets, potential barriers such as stairs and steep and moderate inclines.


As much of the data included as part of the City of Sydney accessibility map has been open sourced or obtained from other agencies, the City of Sydney cannot guarantee that information contained in the accessibility map is comprehensive and up to date. The information in the accessibility map is for informational purposes only and is not suitable for legal, engineering or survey purposes.

As a result of the light rail construction on George Street there may be changes to access and accessible parking locations that have not been incorporated into the current map. Accordingly while care has been taken to ensure accuracy, the City of Sydney cannot guarantee that information contained in the accessibility map is correct and recommends that users exercise their own skill and care with respect to its use.

Data sources

Toilet locations are sourced from the National Public Toilet Map, which is maintained by the federal government. The data has been published under a creative commons licence.

Stair locations are sourced from OpenStreetMap. The data is licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL) by the OpenStreetMap Foundation and is copyright OpenStreetMap contributors.

How to provide feedback

This map is in beta. We will continue to improve and develop the accessibility map, based on your feedback, and as new data becomes available.

To provide feedback about the map, its usability, or any information contained within it, please contact:

Hannah Schulz-Fulham
02 9265 9333

If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment you can contact us through the National Relay Service.

Using the map

Access features and potential barriers can be filtered according to your own access needs. When you click a data point it will provide additional information about that feature. For example, some taxi ranks feature a kerb ramp.

To find a map key, click on list view, where a description of each data set will be displayed.

Other maps and apps

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.

Last updated: Wednesday, 15 January 2020