The Glenelg Shire Council Mobility Map provides information about accessible parking and public toilets for people with limited mobility.
Changing Places provide suitable facilities for people who cannot use standard accessible toilets.
These public toilets include an adult sized change table, ceiling hoist, a peninsular toilet, privacy screen and additional circulation space to meet the needs of people with complex disabilities and their carers.
Accessing keys for Changing Places
The Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) system allows people with disability access to dedicated public facilities, including facilities in National Parks and many Council municipalities, elevators at railway stations, the new Changing Places facilities throughout Australia, disabled toilets that are locked, and even the Liberty Swing.
People with a disability are able to purchase an MLAK key that will open all toilets, playground equipment and other facilities fitted with a lock that uses the special MLAK cylinder.
Victorian Companion Card holders are entitled to one free MLAK key. To redeem your free key, click on the link: https://masterlocksmiths.com.au/mlak-order-form-for-victorian-companion-card-holders/
If you are not a Companion Card holder, you can still order a key at a cost by providing evidence of need. To order a key, click on this link: https://masterlocksmiths.com.au/mlak/
National Public Toilet Map
The National Public Toilet Map shows the location of more than 19,000 public and private public facilities across Australia, including toilets, adult change and baby care. Information is provided about each toilet, such as location, accessibility details, opening hours and features like sharps disposal and showers.
The Toilet Map improves independence and quality of life for the estimated 4.8 million Australians who are affected by incontinence. It is also convenient for people with young families and those holidaying or travelling to new locations.
The Toilet Map is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health as part of the National Continence Program and is managed through the Continence Foundation of Australia.