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Draft Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan 2013-2018

This consultation has now closed and this page has been retained for your information.

View the consultation report below.

City of Gold Coast’s new action plan aims to improve access and ensure everyone feels included to participate fully in community life, whether you live, work or visit the Gold Coast.  

The purpose of the plan is to improve access to the City’s premises, services, programs, information, communication and employment processes for both residents and visitors of all ages and abilities.  

Whether you need to find information on our website; you’re a mum needing physical access with a pram, a person using a wheelchair; or need a mobility aid or are visually impaired; everyone benefits from improved access and is included.  

Have your say

To have your say on the Draft Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan 2013-2018, closed 25 November 2013. 

A final plan, incorporating any community feedback, will be finalised for registration with the Australian Human Rights Commission.

The following seven priority areas in the plan reflect areas identified through community consultation relating to the City’s operations:

  • Priority Area 1: City services and information
  • Priority Area 2: Customer contact and community engagement
  • Priority Area 3: City buildings, community facilities and recreational facilities
  • Priority Area 4: Pedestrian environments, public transport infrastructure and car parking
  • Priority Area 5: Planning and development
  • Priority Area 6: Tourism and events
  • Priority Area 7: Employment and training

The City has already taken significant steps to achieve the outcomes in the plan and over the next five years we will have initiatives in place to make further improvements.

Find the link to the Draft Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan 2013-2018 below.

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