Disability Access & Inclusion Plan

The Kingston District Council is committed to the prosperity and success of its community. It acknowledges that disability is a part of the natural diversity of life and that people with a disability need to be included in all aspects of community life.

The Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) will provide direction and a whole-of-Council approach as we work to make our
facilities and services accessible to all, including anyone who is living with a disability. This encompasses residents, visitors and members of those priority groups identified in the Disability Inclusion Regulations 2019, namely women, children, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and cultural and linguistically diverse people.

The DAIP will inform key actions, financial commitment and decision  making of Council and enable us to build an accessible, equitable and  inclusive community for all.

Council adopted the DAIP on 22 September 2020:

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2020-2024

Please contact Council on 08 8767 2033 if you have any questions about the DAIP.

Extra information about Disability Access and Inclusion and additional resources can be found here:

State Disability Inclusion Plan

National Disability Strategy