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For any additional access information, please contact the BLEACH* team on info@placemakers.org.au or call (07) 5525 6468 during business hours for more information.

Burleigh Heads

There are a small number of accessible car parks located along The Esplanade. 

Burleigh Heads can be very busy for parking and we encourage patrons, whenever possible, to travel to the festival by public transport.

There is no formal drop off area onsite, however there is a small break in parking with curb cut access near the Lifeguard Building, which is directly across from the Burleigh Heads Hotel.

There will be accessible toilets on site as well as the Council accessible toilets already on site in Justins Park.

The Burleigh Hub covers an area of approximately 400m in length. This is a mix of grass and concrete paths.

North Burleigh

There are a small number of accessible car parks located along The Esplanade. 

Burleigh Heads and Miami can be very busy for parking and we encourage patrons, whenever possible, to travel to the festival by public transport.

There is no formal drop off area onsite, however however there is a small break in parking with access near the North Burleigh Surf Life Saving Supporters Club.

There will be accessible toilets on site as well as the Council accessible toilets already on site in Ed Hardy Park.

North Burleigh covers an area of approximately 400m in length. This is a mix of grass and concrete paths. There will be an accessible viewing area.

FIRST LIGHT

There are a small number of accessible car parks located along The Esplanade. 

Burleigh Heads can be very busy for parking and we encourage patrons, whenever possible, to travel to the festival by public transport.

There is no formal drop off area onsite, however there is a small break in parking with curb cut access near the Lifeguard Building, which is directly across from the Burleigh Heads Hotel.

There will be accessible toilets on site as well as the Council accessible toilets already on site in Justins Park.

First Light will take place on the sand on Burleigh Beach. There will be limited seating set up in an accessible viewing area on the concrete platform area next to the performance area. It is approx. 20-25m from the edge of the platform to the performance area.

FEAST WITH US

There are a small number of accessible car parks located along The Esplanade. 

Burleigh Heads can be very busy for parking and we encourage patrons, whenever possible, to travel to the festival by public transport.

There is no formal drop off area onsite, however there is a small break in parking with curb cut access near the Lifeguard Building, which is directly across from the Burleigh Heads Hotel.

There will be accessible toilets on site as well as the Council accessible toilets already on site in Justins Park.

The Feast events will be on grass approximately 20-25m from the concrete path located on The Esplanade. The path is concrete, smooth and flat until you reach the pop-up restaurant.

SOUTHPORT

There will be an accessible carpark area set up for the duration of the event.  This will be accessed off Marine Parade. 

Please contact the BLEACH* team on  info@placemakers.org.au or call (07) 5525 6468 during business  hours for more information.

There will be an accessible drop off set up for the duration of the event.  This will be accessed off Marine Parade. 

Please contact the BLEACH* team on  info@placemakers.org.au or call (07) 5525 6468 during business  hours for more information.

There will be accessible toilets on site.

The whole site is about 60m long on purpose built decks.

Botanic Gardens

Parking will be on grass with parking closest to the venue allocated as accessible parking.

 

Accessible drop off is near the cafe, with about 300m of cement path to the event entry.  From here there is about 70m of flat grass into the event.

Please contact the BLEACH* team on  info@placemakers.org.au or call (07) 5525 6468 during business  hours for more information.

There will be accessible toilets on site as well as the Council accessible toilets already on site in Botanic Gardens.

Depending on the approach, there is 60m of grass from the carpark to the event.  There is a small slope near the carpark.

ACOUSTIC LIFE OF SHEDS

Parking closest to the venue will be allocated for people with accessibility needs.

Each venue space will have a drop off area for people with accessibility needs.

Please contact the BLEACH* team on  info@placemakers.org.au or call (07) 5525 6468 during business  hours for more information.

 

There will be an accessible bathroom available at each location.

Each venue has up to a 50m distance from the carpark to the performance venue.

DUST TEMPLE

There are 3 x accessible parks on site out the front of the Dust Temple. Street parking is easily available after 5pm.

The front of Dust Temple has an area for accessible drop off and pick up.

There will be an accessible toilet on site at the Dust Temple for this event. Other toilets on site have 2 steps to access them.

The entire distance covered in the venue is approximately 100m from the entry to the bathroom area. The access pathways for this event include concrete driveways which may include grassed areas.

This work will have roving elements and patrons will be encouraged to move through the venue at different times to experience the work.

hota

There are accessible parking spaces close to the front of HOTA Central. 

There is a designated set-down and pick up area in front of the main entrance to the HOTA building. 

There are accessible bathrooms on all floors of the HOTA Central and the precinct.

The distance from the car park to the front of the HOTA building is approximately 100m, accessible via paved walkways and ramps.

There is ramp access from the accessible drop off/pick up area and street level, approximately 20m to the front of the building. Once inside the building there is a lift which will take you to the main foyer, box office and Theatre 1. An additional lift inside HOTA Central provides access to Theatre 2, Panorama Room and Lakeside Room.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this Country on which we live and work. We recognise their continuing connection to place: to the land, the water and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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