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Access & Inclusion

Gunnedah Shire Council is working hard to make our region more accessible for everyone, regardless of age, cultural background or ability. We recognise that improving accessibility and fostering inclusion, enhances quality of life for the whole community.

If you have come across any access or inclusion barriers within our community, please contact Council on 02 6740 2100 or Report a Problem here.

All Abilities Access and Inclusion Plan

Council is currently developing an All Abilities Access and Inclusion Plan which will articulate long term strategic directions in relation to creating access opportunities fo...

Access and Inclusion Working Group

The Gunnedah Shire Access Working Group is looking to reconvene in March 2017 and is seeking new members.The Working Group’s aim is to challenge and remove social and ph...

Access and Inclusion

Gunnedah Shire Council is working hard to make our region more accessible for everyone, regardless of age, cultural background or ability. We recognise that improving accessib...

Companion Card

Gunnedah Shire Council, is a registered affiliate with the NSW Companion Card and accepts the Companion Card at the Memorial Swimming Pool and The Civic cinema. As a participa...

National Relay Service

Are you deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment but need to talk to a Council staff member? Council’s Customer Service staff are trained to accept calls from custome...

National Public Toilet Map

As part of the National Continence Program, the National Public Toilet Map provides information on over 16,000 publicly available toilets across Australia, including accessibi...

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia

In conjunction with the NSW Department of Family & Community Services, Spinal Cords Australia is updating the accessible toilets in NSW on the National Public Toilet Map....

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Council is committed to making our website as accessible as possible to all our visitors, including those using our site with: mobile devices assistive technologies such as sc...

Tips for Accessible Complaint Handling

In NSW, there are more than 1.3 million people living with disability. The proportion of people with disability is on the rise as the population ages – with close to 40%...

Community Services

Access & Inclusion

Gunnedah Shire Council is working hard to make our region more accessible for everyone, regardless of age, cultural background or ability. We recognise that improving accessibility and fostering inclusion, enhances quality of life for the whole community.

If you have come across any access or inclusion barriers within our community, please contact Council on 02 6740 2100 or Report a Problem here.

All Abilities Access and Inclusion Plan

Council is currently developing an All Abilities Access and Inclusion Plan which will articulate long term strategic directions in relation to creating access opportunities fo...

Access and Inclusion Working Group

The Gunnedah Shire Access Working Group is looking to reconvene in March 2017 and is seeking new members.The Working Group’s aim is to challenge and remove social and ph...

Access and Inclusion

Gunnedah Shire Council is working hard to make our region more accessible for everyone, regardless of age, cultural background or ability. We recognise that improving accessib...

Companion Card

Gunnedah Shire Council, is a registered affiliate with the NSW Companion Card and accepts the Companion Card at the Memorial Swimming Pool and The Civic cinema. As a participa...

National Relay Service

Are you deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment but need to talk to a Council staff member? Council’s Customer Service staff are trained to accept calls from custome...

National Public Toilet Map

As part of the National Continence Program, the National Public Toilet Map provides information on over 16,000 publicly available toilets across Australia, including accessibi...

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia

In conjunction with the NSW Department of Family & Community Services, Spinal Cords Australia is updating the accessible toilets in NSW on the National Public Toilet Map....

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Council is committed to making our website as accessible as possible to all our visitors, including those using our site with: mobile devices assistive technologies such as sc...

Tips for Accessible Complaint Handling

In NSW, there are more than 1.3 million people living with disability. The proportion of people with disability is on the rise as the population ages – with close to 40%...