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Toilets – There will be accessible toilets available throughout the event site including near the Ventana Stage (Long Island Reserve), in the Yacht Club Precinct, Lifestyle Precinct, at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre and the Waterfront Playground. 

Changing Places - The nearest Changing Places toilet is located at George Pentland Botanic Gardens.

Water – There will be several hydration stations located throughout the event. It’s recommended that you bring a water bottle to fill up and stay hydrated throughout the day.

Seating/ Shade - The Waterfront Festival is an outdoor event. Tables, chairs and umbrellas will be available throughout the event site, this includes existing permanent seating. There is limited shade within the event sites so come prepared with a hat and sunscreen.

Pathways - There are flat pathways with clear signage to enter the festival.  The Garden Bar and Rides and Amusement precinct have suitable pathways for prams, wheelchairs, scooters, walking frames etc. Some of the Yacht Club precinct is on grass so has limited pathways, please also note the ground is not 100% flat throughout the precinct. There are minimal steps throughout the site.

Activities -There are plenty of accessible activities available at the festival. 

Accessibility Services - the Frankston Visitor Information Centre will be open from 10am-4pm daily. The accessible beach wheelchair is available to patrons, alongside a charging point for mobility scooters. The Centre also holds the MLAK key for the accessible swing in the playground.


Chill Out Space

There are a lot of noises, lights and people who attend this festival. The Chill Out Space is a marquee where you can go to experience an environment with lesser noise and activity. This safe, accessible and inclusive space is perfect for children and adults wanting to seek some calm at the festival. 

The space will include sensory play objects, located away from loud noises. It’s a safe environment that allows patrons to explore and interact without risk.

Social Script 

Social Scripts help to familiarise visitors with the festival and can be helpful for people on the autism spectrum. Download a copy of the Waterfront Festival Social Script here. 

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