Casey Stadium has been designed to be fully accessible to everyone regardless of their physical ability. We want to ensure that dignified and equitable access to Casey Stadium and the facilities and services within the building, such as the toilets and mezzanine floor, are provided for people of all abilities.
Casey Stadium is fortunate to be one of few locations to be home to a Changing Places toilet and shower facility. This specially designed change room is equipped with an adult changing table, ceiling hoist and large floor space for easy access for both user and carer/s.
To ensure accessibility for all, Casey Stadium has worked with AccessAbilityAustralia to create an ‘Access Key’.
Access Keys are customised accessibility guides that provide convenient and accurate information about venues or events. They include but are not limited to venue layout, parking, access in and around including ease of movement, customer service/ticketing, toilets including environmental specifications, accessible offerings, procedural and sequential information on accessing services, sensory elements plus more. They feature professional photographs and supportive text contextualised with experiences.
Access Keys are highly sequenced design process provide prediction, structure, orientation and sensory integration for people visiting new venues or events. Access Keys help understand what to expect from a specific experience before attending, help to determine the suitability of a venue or event, help to interpret circumstances whilst in attendance and are a great tool for fostering independence.