We strive to make every Asia TOPA event as accessible as possible.

Services including Audio Description and Interpreting will be provided on request. All Access Service bookings are required by (insert).

We look forward to welcoming you to Melbourne! Look out for these icons on event pages to indicate the accessibility of each event.


In an access-friendly performance the doors to the theatre will remain open, the house lights will be up throughout the performance and staff will be available to offer assistance. There will be a chill out zone available in the foyer.

Wheelchair Access

The venue is wheelchair accessible. If this symbol is not displayed, access maybe limited or may require assistance from staff. Please contact the venue to discuss access requirements before booking.

Deaf Or Hearing Impaired

Assistive Hearing

Sound amplification systems are available for people who are hearing impaired or deaf. For assistance, please see the venue staff.

Audio Description

Vision Australia also offers a free audio description service and tactile tours for selected performances, phone (03) 9864 9222 for details.


Auslan Interpreter services are for audiences who are Deaf and use sign language as their primary communication. To request hearing Interpreter services please contact us.

Highly Visual

Some show are highly visual with little or no spoken word and are therefore suitable for audience members who are Deaf, hard of hearing or speak a language other than English. Please note that there is often sound composition throughout live performances.

Have a Question?
For further enquiries please contact Arts Centre Melbourne’s Disability Access Manager on (03) 9281 8503 during business hours.

Practical Information

Emergency Telephone Number

Dial: 000 


Free WiFi is available at many Asia TOPA venues, no passwords are required. Please contact each individual venue for further information.

Travellers Aid Australia

Travellers Aid Australia supports visitors to Melbourne by providing simple, practical travelrelated support. Services include transport and travel information, free personal care assistance, breast-feeding friendly environments and mobility equipment hire. For more information, visit

Visitor Information

Melbourne’s City Ambassadors are approachable, friendly and equipped with extensive local knowledge, including Access information. They can be mainly found along Swanston Street – you’ll recognise them by their red shirts! For tram, bus and train travel around Asia TOPA venues and Melbourne please visit the Public Transport Victoria website.

Transport and Parking

You can find Accessible Transport and Parking information specific to each venue on their websites:

Need Help?

Contact us on 1300 182 183 between 9am – 8:30pm
Monday – Saturday.

Please note that hours are subject to change on Public Holidays.

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