- Getting Around Sydney
Getting Around Sydney
Find out the best way to get to Sydney's top attractions.
The National Toilet Map is an initiative of the National Continence Management Strategy. It allows tourists to identify appropriate places for toilet breaks and also whether toilets are wheelchair accessible.
Please note that some accessible toilets are locked and require a MLAK (Master Locksmith’s Access Key) to gain access. The MLAK is a master key that fits into specially designed locks allowing 24 hour a day access to public toilets. Eligible people can purchase a key that opens all accessible toilets displaying the MLAK symbol. Eligibility is restricted to people who have a disability or have written authority from a doctor, a disability organisation, a local council or community health centre or the owner or management of a building with an accessible toilet on site. For more information or to purchase a MLAK from your local member of the Master Locksmiths' Association of Australasia, please call 1800 810 698 or visit www.masterlocksmiths.com.au.
Ferries, Buses, and Trains
Sydney's transport hub is Circular Quay which is serviced by accessible ferries, buses and trains. For more information on planning, status, timetables, maps, ticket information and accessible services, visit transportnsw.info. You can also phone 131 500.
Transportnsw.info incorporates Ferry services, Buses, Trains and Light Rail. Specific information about Accessible travel in NSW is also available.
Information about Wheelchair Accessible Taxis is available on transportnsw.info. Accessible taxis are available in Sydney. Zero200 is a centralised booking service for wheelchair accessible taxis in Sydney (phone +61 2 8332 0200).
- The Rocks access map - Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
- Sydney CBD and Circular Quay access map - City of Sydney
- Manly CBD access map - Manly Council
- Sydney Opera House accessibility - Sydney Opera House
- Royal Botanic Gardens accessibility - Royal Botanic Gardens
- Darling Harbour access map - Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority