Our aim is to create a city where people of all ages and abilities can live, visit and do business. Find details about our work to create an accessible city, plus contacts for community programs, support services and more information below.
Our Accessible and Inclusive City Action Plan (AICAP) contains more than 170 actions to improve access and inclusion.
For more information visit our AICAP page.
The City provides and supports a range of initiatives to increase access to our beaches. This includes accessible viewing platforms, beach matting and beach wheelchairs.
For more information please visit our Beach access page.
The City has installed Changing Places toilets and adult-sized changing facilities at locations around the Gold Coast. These toilets have wider doorways, an adjustable height change table and a ceiling tracking hoist and shower.
For more information please visit our Changing Places - toilets page.
Our mobility maps provide accessibility information to assist residents and visitors to plan their stay and move around the city safely.
For more information please visit our Mobility maps page.
We provide an online community directory with contacts for everything from legal advice and advocacy, to the hire of assistive products and equipment.
To access the directory visit the Gold Coast Community Directory.
There is a range of programs and activities on offer in our city. For more information visit our Accessible programs and activities page.
We provide assistance, resources and community contacts for at home services. For more information visit our Assistance for people with a disability page.
People with a disability may be eligible for discounts and concessions to assist with the cost of living. For more information visit our Discounts and concessions page.
The City provides accessible play spaces, resources and contact information for families. Visit our Children of all abilities page for more information.
There are various accessible transport options available in the city. For more information visit our Community transport page.
We provide a citywide network of designated, free to use power points for people to safely recharge the battery of their electric mobility device. For more information visit our Recharge points for electric mobility devices page.
We endeavour to provide information that is accessible to everyone. If you require information in an alternate format, please contact us.
For information to assist with resolving or reporting a problem, visit our Report a problem page.