Disability access and inclusion

Waverley’s Disability Inclusion Action Plan DIAP  2022 – 2026 details the actions Waverley Council will take over the next four years to improve the way people with disability access services and participate in community life.

This is Council’s second DIAP since the introduction of the NSW Disability Inclusion Act in 2014 and builds on actions taken by Council over many years to improve accessibility and accessibility in Waverley.

The Regional framework, An Inclusive Community for Everyone, was developed with Randwick City Council in 2017. The framework establishes the focus areas and strategic direction for both Councils and these were confirmed through the 2021 -22 consultation.

Community consultation

To inform our actions, we spoke to a broad range of people from Waverley and Randwick, including people with a disability, their families, carers, service providers and advocacy groups. Find out what people told us.

Get involved

Council is committed to engaging with people with lived experience, carers, and allies, so we can plan for, and better meet, the needs of people with disability. Find out about our Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel.

The Panel helps Council to promote an inclusive community and enhance the inclusion and participation of people with disability in community life.

Contact Council’s Access and Inclusion Officer on aipa@waverley.nsw.gov.au or 9083 8928 for more information.

You can report a barrier to access through the Snap Send and Solve App or by contacting Council’s customer service team on 9083 8000. You can also contact Council’s Access and Inclusion Officer.

Our projects

  • Access Bondi: Council is improving access and inclusion at Bondi Beach.
  • Inclusive Play Space Study: Waverley Council is committed to providing equitable and inclusive play spaces in the Local Government Area (LGA). Council has completed an Inclusive Play Space Study to support Council’s Play Space Strategy 2014-2029 providing guidance on access, inclusion, and equity when Council plans and designs new play spaces. For more information about parks in the area see here
  • Vision for Inclusion: Community members living with an intellectual disability prepared this video to raise awareness of inclusion and human rights for people with disability.

Need more information?

Contact Waverley Council's Community Development Officer - Access and Inclusion

Phone: 9083 8928

National Relay Service

If you have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact us through the National Relay Service.
Website: https://relayservice.gov.au/

24-hour relay call numbers
TTY/voice calls- 133 677
Speak & Listen- 1300 555 727
SMS Relay- 0423 677 767

Translating and Interpreter Service (TIS)

If you require an interpreter, please contact the Translating and Interpreter Service (TIS) on 131450.