Learn about funded projects and see how Council's grant program is helping community groups become more accessible.
Council won Regional and State awards for four projects at the 2015 Inclusive Community Champions Awards.
Visitors to the CBD can borrow mobility devices from City Hall like wheelchairs, wheeled walkers and single prams, for use in the CBD.
In this video, Brisbane residents share their experiences around accessibility and inclusion in Brisbane. You can also read the text version.
Council is committed to achieving equitable access and inclusion, so that everyone can use public facilities, participate in Council programs and receive full benefits from Council services.
Brisbane residents with hearing impairment can book an Auslan interpreter to discuss concerns with a Council officer or participate in a Council-run event.
Provides up-to-date information about community organisations who provide services to the Brisbane City Council community.
Disability parking permits are issued and maintained by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
Find information on accessibility features at Council facilities and venues including libraries, parks, community halls, swimming pools and City Hall.
Through the Access and Inclusion Plan, Council is building a more accessible and inclusive city. In this video, residents share their experiences around accessibility and inclusion in Brisbane.
Council offers community grants through its Access and Inclusion Community Partnership Program, for projects or services that improve access and inclusion in Brisbane.
Many buses and CityCats are designed for easy access. Bus features include wheelchair ramps, level front door access and more.
Council can arrange for bin collection from your property. Find out if you are eligible and how to book.
Council wants as many people as possible to easily access and use the information and resources on this website. Find out about our accessibility features.
The Council Cabs service organises door-to-door shared taxis at scheduled times for mobility impaired residents who find it difficult to get to their local shops.
Council has an exciting and diverse range of recreation programs for people of all ages and abilities. The vast majority of these are available to people with a disability, although safety requirements may restrict accessibility in some cases.