Maitland City Council welcomes all visitors to Maitland and works towards ensuring that all seven of our flagship events are accessible for everyone.
Please find below some information about the site and accessibility options available.
Riverlights Multicultural Festival will be held in The Levee Central Maitland.
The Levee pathways are relatively level with uneven pavers in some locations.
Accessible toilets will be hired in for the duration of the event.
There are additional Accessible toilets located next to Maitland Mutual in The Levee, Central Maitland.
There are a range of parks throughout Central Maitland, please see below the recommended parks:
- St Andrews Street Car Park
- Maitland Riverside Car Park
- Elgin Street Car Park
- Albion Street Car Park
- Sempil Street Car Park
- Ken Tubman Drive (2nd level car park only)
Each of the car parks listed have accessibility parking available.
To be advised.
The Maitland Includes You Accessibility Tent
The Accessibility Tent provides a safe and welcoming space for people with disabilities, their families and carers at events. Inside the tent there are a range of items for ‘Free Hire’ such as vision aids, communication cards, sensory tools and ‘sensory tents’ designed specifically for kids.
The Accessibility Tent is a collaborative initiative between Council, Ability Links NSW and local volunteers. It is staffed by people who understand the value of inclusion and play a role in raising awareness amongst the broader community of the needs and challenges faced by people with disability, their families, friends and carers.
If you would like to know more, or you are interested in using the Accessibility Tent at your next event, contact Ability Links on (02) 4905 0700 or at [email protected].