Exploring our accessible city

Make the most of Sydney during the Invictus Games this October.

More than 500 wounded servicemen and women from 18 countries will compete in this international sporting event.

We’ve pulled together some tips to help athletes and visitors make their way around Sydney.

Getting around

Our online accessibility map highlights stairs and steep hills. The map also points out accessible parking spaces, toilets and taxi ranks.

Light rail is under construction on George Street. See Sydney light rail for construction work information.

Finding your way

Tactile and braille street signs are next to push buttons at all signalised pedestrian crossings.

The aluminium panels feature street names and building numbers in braille and large, raised text. These formats allow touch-reading by blind people or people with low vision.

Read our accessible user guide for the tactile and braille street signs.

Mobility parking

If you hold a mobility parking permit, you can park for free for a certain period of time in designated mobility parking zones.

Accessible public transport

There accessible public transport options to help people travel smoothly and safely around Sydney.

Explore other accessible activities and events

Be sure to check out other inclusive events and programs in Sydney. Activities range from arts and culture to education, sport, recreation and social programs and events. See What’s On for more information.

The City of Sydney is a proud supporter of the Invictus Games from 20-27 October.

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