Providing accessible travel opportunities to all travellers is the aim of Melbourne BIG4 Holiday Park. We have implemented an accessibility program to improve our accessibility and create an inclusive customer experience for all travellers.
Some of the initiatives we have implemented to create a more accessible tourism experience are:
- Accessible ensuite site for campers
- Ramp or ground access (no steps) to reception, pool area, amenities building, laundry facilities, games room, television room, bbq areas and playground
- Accessible car parking at accommodation and camping areas
- New accessible bathroom and camp kitchen opening December 2015
Getting around Melbourne
Whether driving or using public transport in the City of Melbourne, there are a variety of options available for people with limited mobility. These include designated disabled parking bays, accessible public transport, vehicle and taxi hire, and centres where walking sticks, scooters and wheelchairs can be hired for getting around the city.
- Accessible parking
Find out where to park and apply for a Disabled Person's Parking Permit.
- Accessible public transport
Find information and links about accessible trains, trams and buses.
- Accessible street signs
Major CBD intersections will soon have accessible street signs to assist the blind or vision impaired.
- Accessible taxis and vehicle hire
Find links and contact details for getting around Melbourne with accessible vehicles, whether by taxi or by hiring a car or van.
- Mobility equipment hire: Getting mobile on Melbourne's footpaths
Learn about hiring prams, scooters and other mobility aids in the city, and other travellers' services.
- Recharge scheme
City of Melbourne libraries are now equipped with recharge points for anyone using electric scooters or wheelchairs.