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A group of people meeting at the City of Adelaide to talk about access and inclusion

Access & Inclusion

The City of Adelaide is commited to making the city a welcoming and inclusive place for all people to enjoy.

As South Australia’s Capital City Council, the City of Adelaide is continually working toward demonstrating best practice in access and inclusion planning.

Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel Members

The Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel aims to connect Council to people’s lived experience. The Panel meets quarterly to help shape the access and inclusion outcomes for key projects across the city.

Image of the Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel, taken in the Queen Adelaide Room at the Adelaide Town Hall. A group of 13 people standing against a blue background, with a patterned carpet under them. The group includes people who are wheelchair users and people with guide dogs.

Back row (L-R) Jody Holdback, Tony Starkey (Royal Society for the Blind), Sue Lyons (Department of Human Services), Jarad McLoughlin, Michele Colmer, Dilky Wijeyekoon (Australian Migrant Resource Centre), David Squirell. Front row (L-R) Christine Onishko, Karen Forde, Jae-Marie Jaensch, Nadia Moffat, Jocelyn Neumueller (Julia Farr Youth), Martin Sawtell (Access 2 Arts).


The Access and Inclusion Strategy sets out the Council’s commitment to making the city a welcoming and inclusive place for all people to enjoy.

The Strategy aims to complement the directions of South Australian and Australian Government policy and help Council move toward a best practice model for access and inclusion planning, with a particular focus on better outcomes for people with disability. It provides a strategic framework that will guide Council staff and partners in the development of key actions within each program area (department) of Council through annual planning.

Recharge Points for Electric Mobility Devices

City of Adelaide has partnered with Recharge Scheme Australia to facilitate the establishment of free recharge points for electric scooters and wheelchairs across the City and North Adelaide.

View a map of recharge point locations (1.8MB) and visit the Recharge Scheme website for the most up to date listing and to see photos, descriptions and opening hours of locations.

The recharge points are kindly provided by local businesses and organisations.

For more information about Recharge Scheme Australia please visit

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