Accessible entrance

The accessible entrance to the building is via the Druitt street entrance (opposite the Queen Victoria Building).

All the venues within the building can be reached by an accessible path of travel. If you require assistance when visiting the building, please contact us to discuss your requirements on 02 9265 9282.

If you use a wheelchair and wish to transfer to a seat, we regret we may not be able to provide a member of staff to help you physically. However, we can arrange for your wheelchair to be taken away and stored during events.

Accessible unisex toilet Facilities are available on each publicly accessible floor of the building.

Patrons with Hearing Requirements

The ticket boxes at the George Street entrance are fitted with a loop system to aid customers with any hearing impairment. The Centennial Hall (both Ground floor and Gallery level) and the Lower Town Hall are fitted with a Hearing loop system.

A member of staff will be happy to explain the use of the system and there is an opportunity to check that your equipment is working prior to show commencement.

Patrons with Sight Impairment

Working / Guide dogs are welcome to access the building but please let us know prior to arriving at the building so we are able to make any special arrangements if necessary.

‘Touch / Familiarisation’ tours of the building can be arranged on request.