The City of Fremantle encourages diversity and is committed to creating an accessible, inclusive and welcoming community for people of all ages and abilities.
In celebration of International Day of People With Disability the City of Fremantle is proud to announce Disability Awareness Week in Fremantle 2018
We are committed to making continual improvements to ensure that buildings, facilities, services, events, information and employment opportunities are available to all community members – including people with disability.
- 2016-20 Access and Inclusion Plan
- Beach Wheelchairs
- ACROD (disabled) Parking
- Accessible Toilets around Fremantle
- Accessible Parking around Fremantle
- Recharge Point for electric mobility scooters and wheelchairs
Go to Useful Links and Resources:
- Department of Communities, Disability Services
- Youth Disability Advocacy Network
- People With Disabilities WA Incorporated
- Developmental Disability WA
Activities - Arts
Activities - Sports
The City of Fremantle's 2016-2020 Access and Inclusion Plan outlines a strategic approach to improve access and inclusion for people with disability over the next five years. The actions of this plan will also benefit seniors, people with temporary injuries and parents with young children in prams.
- View 2016-2020 Access and Inclusion Plan in full (pdf version / word version)
- View Summary 2016-2020 Access and Inclusion Plan (pdf version / word version)
- View Implementation Plan (pdf version / word version)
The City has two beach wheelchairs available for free hire throughout the year – one at South Beach, South Fremantle and one at Bathers Beach. Both wheelchairs can currently be booked in advance or at the time if it is available for use. For more information view the flyers here.
South Beach wheelchair
Use the online booking form or download the print version to complete and mail or email to the City.
Head to South Beach Café with photo ID to collect the keys for the wheelchair – Ocean Rd, South Fremantle.
Bathers Beach wheelchair
Head to WA Shipwrecks Museum with photo ID to collect the keys and wheelchair – Cliff St, Fremantle.
Disabled Surfers Association WA also has a beach wheelchair at Leighton Beach, North Fremantle that can be used by the public. For more information, call Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club on 9335 4359, email email@example.com or visit them at 20 Leighton Beach Blvd, North Fremantle.
City of Fremantle Administration & Library
70 Parry Street, Fremantle WA 6160