The information is best read by identifying the street number and
name from the maps on the following two pages and finding the
relevant description in the pages beyond.
Where there is an obvious access difficulty, we have provided the relevant
information in the text. Many toilets are available in buildings which were
constructed some time ago and may not be standard (i.e. meet the Australian
Standards AS 1428), but in the main, they are useable.
Toilets in office blocks are usually available during business hours except where
the building is a secure one and access is restricted to authorised personnel (which
includes authorised visitors).
The addresses contain Accessible Unisex Toilets, except where the toilets are
indicated by M&F, M or F.
The following descriptions have been used in the text:
narrow door, means a door less than 740mm
small cubicle, means circulation space is restricted and would be difficult
for a motorised wheelchair
high counter, lifts buttons etc, means higher than 1250mm
At the time of writing there were no baby change tables available in the city. The
Travellers Aid Society, 9654 7690, can make a room available.
Refer to the web site www.accessmelbourne.vic.gov.au where detailed information
is continually updating the information in these pages.