Through the Disability Action Plan, MetroAccess, and All Abilities Consultative Committee, we are progressively working to improve access, equality and inclusion for people with a disability.
People with disabilities often find they are unable to visit cafes and restaurants, shops and businesses due to a lack of accessibility. We want to change this and we’re offering some funding to help.
View information on accessible reaction, beach matting, accessible beach wheelchair hire, and Liberty Swing locations on the Mornington Peninsula
Learn about the Accessible Parking Permit Scheme for people with a disability, learn how individuals and organisations can apply for a permit, permit renewals, cancellations and more.
The Recharge Scheme is an initiative which invites businesses to provide a power point for people to recharge the batteries of their electric wheelchair or scooter.
The Shire is committed to enhancing the safe participation and health and wellbeing of people who use motorised scooters and other motorised mobility devices. Council has developed a range of resources to assist users of these mobility devices to maximise their independence including the Township Mobility Maps.
View information on accessible transport opportunities on the Mornington Peninsula.
Changing Places toilets are designed for people with a disability who have high support needs, including requiring the assistance of a hoist and/or height adjustable table.
The Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) is a system designed to give people with disabilities 24 hour access to a network of public facilities across Australia.
The Shire provides a range of services designed to support, frail, older people and people with a disability and their carers, including the Police Point Respite Program.