601 Lonsdale St, The Men's Gallery (9670 0331), there are many steps at the front
entry but bouncers will assist by directing you to a side entry where there is a
lift into the club. You may call ahead first.
584 Lonsdale St, Goldfingers Men's Club, (9670 9457) bar and restaurant with
two steps off Lonsdale St, open during the daytime. The Night Club has one step
entry off Lonsdale St then up a flight of stairs bouncers may assist you but call
205 Lonsdale St, DION (9650 4050) a Greek nightclub, flat entry.
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590 Little Bourke St, Tunnel Night Club (9670 7493), steps.
629 Bourke St., Paladin Night Club, (9624 2400), known for its Gothic Friday
nights, occupies a Gothic Revival red brick and bluestone building, built
between 1887 89 as the Bourke Street West Police Station, complete with
eleven cells the bars are still on the windows and original heavy timber cell
doors are still in place. A short slope (9.7%) leads into a covered courtyard
bar/restaurant/club known as the Paladin. Up one large step to the toilets. There
is plenty of circulation space but no grab rails.
128 Bourke St, Welcome Stranger, (9639 4555) a bar and pokies venue. A steep
grade (12%) leads to the 24 hour venue which has an accessible unisex toilet in
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the far corner. A security guard is on duty so assistance may be available up the
20 Bourke St, Metro Night Club (9663 4288), in a converted theatre. At the entry
there is a small step to a foyer area, bouncers will assist you in. The original
main staircase leads to an upper level while several steps lead to lower level
and steady gradient to the stage. The bouncers may assist you up the main
stairs or down to the lower level. Accessible toilets have been provided in M & F
but they don not meet Australian standards. Both M & F have a step up.
2 8 Bourke St, Imperial Hotel, (9662 1007) lipped entry on the corner of Spring &
Bourke Sts and another from Spring St, good meals but no accessible toilets.