City of Wodonga


Disability access

We recognise and support the rights of people with all abilities to equitable access to buildings, facilities, services and employment.

We comply with the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and other relevant standards, regulations and legislation to ensure provision of access by people with disabilities to our operations, services and facilities.

Our Access For All Strategy 2011-2014 focuses on improving access for all residents.

Our Disability Action Plan 2011-2014 also highlights the commitment to improving access for people with disabilities.

We administer the Disabled Persons Parking Scheme in Wodonga and provide for disabled parking across the city.

Wodonga has rolled out the the RECHARGE Scheme‚ĄĘ¬†with several locations available to recharge your scooter/wheelchair when you are out and about.

A mobility map was specifically designed to assist people with a disability to move more freely throughout the community.

It contains details of access to such facilities as car parks, bus stops, banks and public toilets in Wodonga and at the Baranduda and Birallee shopping centres.

It also includes a list of emergency and essential phone numbers.

Accessible Adult Change Facilities

The Cube Wodonga, located at 118 Hovell St, is the only facility in Wodonga with  an accessible public toilet and change room for users with high support needs who require assistance from a carer and specialised equipment such as an overhead hoist and adjustable height change table.

Come in we're accessible

Wodonga Council is a proud supporter of Come in We’re Accessible, a Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission initiative. 

The council is partnering with the National Disability Coordination Officer program to highlight the issue among Wodonga businesses. 

Wodonga Council encourages all businesses to use the self-assessment tool at Come in we’re Accessible.

This tool helps you find ways you can make your business more accessible. Download fact sheets for both business owners and service staff, or contact Wodonga Council for further information.

If your business would like to promote this initiative and how accessible you are, use the promotional material available from Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission or Wodonga Council.


FINAL.PDFAccess For All Strategy 2011-2014 (FINAL.PDF 305KB)

FINAL.PDFDisability Action Plan 2011-2014 (FINAL.PDF 2764KB)

Last updated: 15-05-2019

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