Access Information

In this section we would like your help! If you have any access information that you think is relevant, please contact us to have it included on this site.

City of Perth Car Parks

The City of Perth provides up to two hours free parking in CPP car parks for people that hold a valid ACROD permit if you pay for a minimum of 1 hour.

Ticket machine car park: Buy a ticket for an hour or more, your ticket will be valid for 2 hours beyond the expiry time.

Boom gate controlled: When you are ready to leave the car park take your ACROD permit and parking ticket to the Customer Service booth. You need to pay for a minimum of 1 hour parking and then you will be entitled to 2 hours free. If the Customer Service office is unattended you will need to pay the full fee, but you can request a refund in writing by supplying a copy of the receipt and ACROD pass.

Send refund request to or

City of Perth Council House

27 St George’s Terrace,

Perth GPO Box C120

Perth Western Australia 6839

Street parking: If you display your ACROD pass you are allowed to park for double the time restriction (except in 30 minute bays). If you park in a fee-payable street bay you may park for double the time on the ticket you purchase (if it is not an ACROD bay).

For detailed information on location of ACROD bays and parking concessions go to city of perth parking

While City of Perth Parking makes every effort to provide accessible parking, it is not possible to meet every circumstance. CPP places a high degree of importance on making the parking experience a positive one for all customers and customer service staff are always available on 1300 889 613 to discuss unique circumstances with customers and devise a solution acceptable to all.

Accessible Toilets

You’re Welcome Accesswa

This site has a search facility to find accessible business and community facilities in Western Australia. Access information is provided to assist people of all ages and abilities, including people who use a wheelchair, have difficulty walking or who are blind or deaf. The site also has diagrams of toilets and bathrooms to choose what suits you best.

Hungry Jack’s/McDonald’s

If you are unable to find an accessible public toilet both Hungry Jack’s and McDonald’s have wheelchair accessible toilets.

National Public Toilet Map

The Australian Government has a website which lists all disabled access toilets and ACROD parking in Australia. You can also plan a route from nearly any starting point to any destination in Australia, the system will identify the quickest route (by road or on foot) and create a list of nearby toilets. You can then select only those toilets that you require and create a report which you can print for future reference, download to your GPS device or send to a friend.

Rottnest Island

The Rottnest Island Authority is gradually improving access on the island (access information available here).


Bus and Train Tours
If you use a wheel chair and would like to go on one of our bus tours, or travel to one of the outer bays, please email the Visitor Centre or call +61 8 9372 9732 in advance to confirm the availability of the bus with wheelchair lift. The train to Oliver Hill Gun Battery is accessible for people in wheelchairs, but the tunnels below the guns have many stairs in a narrow stairway. The beautiful view from the top of Oliver Hill and the Rottnest Voluntary Guides’ commentary can still be enjoyed.

Motorised wheelchairs are available to hire from Pedal & Flipper, phone +61 8 9292 5105.

Manual wheelchairs are available to borrow (with a small bond payable) from the Visitor Centre, phone +61 8 9372 9730.

Rottnest Island Disability Buggy

Rottnest Island now has a disability buggy for use by visitors that are permanently confined to a wheelchair – thanks to a generous benefactor.
The buggy is available to book for a single day hire, and is free of charge to visitors, and has the following conditions of use:

  • The driver must have a valid driver’s license as the buggy is a licensed vehicle.
  • Only one passenger is permitted in the buggy; other visitors can take the Hop on Hop off Island Explorer bus service and meet at various vantage points.
  • Prior to your visit, the RIA will need to view a copy of the driver’s license and process an Island driver’s license for you.
  • The driver is require to take a short orientation/safety meeting with a Supervisor from the RIA Tours Office which will acquaint you with the most suitable circuit to get optimal viewing of the Island.

For further details please refer to the Disability Buggy FAQs here, or phone, +61 8 9372 9749.


Eight units have been renovated for disabled access. These are located in Central Thomson Bay (2 units), Geordie Bay (1 unit), Longreach Bay (3 units), Bathurst (1 unit) and Thomson Bay South (1 unit). Full details of facilities in these units can be emailed or faxed to you upon request. Please call the Customer Contact Centre on 9432 9111 (1800 111 111 for WA Country callers) or email your enquiry. Further accommodation is available at Kingstown Environmental Education Centre (please call +61 8 9372 9780). Accommodation bookings may be made up to a year in advance for unit accommodation and six months for Kingstown Barracks, to avoid disappointment it is suggested that bookings be made no less than three months in advance of the date required.

Hotel Rottnest is a hotel with main bar, alfresco dining restaurant, accommodation and function marquee. The Hotel offers no designated accessible rooms; however wheelchairs can manoeuvre through the doors and rooms. View Hotel Rottnest specifications.

The Rottnest Lodge offers a licensed restaurant, a public bar, a cocktail bar and a tropical pool. The Rottnest Lodge has two ‘wheelchair friendly’ rooms available, both non smoking, plus on-arrival assistance including wheelchair transport when prearranged. View Rottnest Lodge specifications.