Event: Access All Areas: championing Deaf and disabled equality in arts and culture

General information

Contact name

Lara Torr

Contact number

0407 184 575

Travel instructions

There are many public transport options to travel to the Art Gallery of South Australia. The closest tram stop is the 'Art Gallery' stop on North Tce, and the Adelaide Railway Station is located approximately 650m west of the gallery on North Tce.

Entry instructions

The Radford Auditorium is located at the rear (North side) of the Gallery. Please enter via the Fish Gates located on the western side between the Gallery and the South Australian Museum. As Access All Areas starts before the Art Gallery of South Australia opens to the public, a member of our team will meet delegates here and support your entry into the event.


The ramp from the Radford to the Accessible toilet is the width of a regular door frame. delegates using large electric wheelchairs may prefer to use the Gallery toilet in the Atrium. The Atrium itself is a high traffic area and does bounce off a lot of noise, and as such can be a high sensory area. The Quiet Space in the Donor's Lounge is accessible via a heavy glass door which is not automated. Access All Areas will have a staff member on the door to help facilitate access. Delegate using larger power chairs may need to go around the marquee to access the quite room.

Toilet location

The Radford Auditorium has one accessible toilet which is close by to the other toilets. There is a small ramp that leads from the Radford to the Accessible toilet. You do need to go through a heavy door to get to the accessible toilet. There is also an Accessible toilet by the Atrium Information desk, and inside the front (North Tce) entrance. This toilet has two manual doors that need opening before accessing the bathroom.

Accessible parking

There is accessible carparking available behind the South Australian Museum. These can be accessed via Morgan Thomas Lane and are allocated on a first come first served basis. Morgan Thomas lane is accessed via a boom gate. To gain entry press the button and inform security that you require accessible parking. Other accessible parking is available nearby at: - Wilson Parking North Terrace, level 1 near lift (parking fees apply), 80 metres from the Gallery. - U-Park Gawler Place, every level near lift (parking fees apply), 300 metres from the Gallery. - Adelaide University, north side of Physics Building – enter by Gate 13 off Kintore Avenue (free but only three spaces, subject to availability), 80 metres from the Gallery. A valid disability parking permit must be displayed for all accessible parks.

Quiet Room

A quiet room will be provided throughout the symposium for delegate use. This is located in the Donor Lounge. This room does not have an automatic door, and access will be supported by a member of the Symposium team where required.

Wheelchair Loans

The Art Gallery of South Australia has 2 self-propelled wheelchairs, and 2 standard wheelchairs and 1 walker available for loan. These can be borrowed free of charge while at the Gallery. Telephone 8207 7000 and press option 6 to speak to Security staff to reserve a wheelchair prior to the event, or see security /Front of House staff on the day.