Pride Parade Accessible viewing areas
This year, the Queer & Accessible Project (Q&A) will again be running Accessible Viewing Areas (AVA) positioned in prime locations along the parade route. The AVA’s are designed to remove access barriers and ensure people with disability are able to experience the parade safely and equitably.
There will be three AVA’s to suit different people:
1. Auslan Viewing Area: for Auslan users, there will be a space reserved next to the stage to see the interpreter
2. Seated Viewing Area; for folks who are blind or have low vision and require Audio Description, or people who cannot stand for the duration of the parade, such as people with chronic conditions
3. Wheelchair Viewing Area: for people who use wheelchairs, scooters and frames.
Each booking can include up to two non-disabled friends or family, plus a third place is available for people who have a companion card.
Thank you, Pride WA, for partnering with the Q&A project again and making the Pride Parade Accessible.
Book your AVA now!