Access matting and beach wheelchairs

Access matting Beach wheelchair

Access matting 

As part of the City's ongoing commitment to facilitating the inclusion of people with disability and improving access to services, programs and events, the City has provided two beach access matting points along the Geraldton Foreshore. 

Providing access matting at the beach allows for all seasons access to the sand and sea for people of all abilities, whether they be people with disabilities, parents with prams, seniors or anyone who have any mobility impediment.

The first beach access matting point is located at Town Beach, directly across from Geraldton Yacht Club. This location also offers a more traditional ramp, providing more options for access to the beach.

The second beach access matting point is located at Champion Bay, near the iconic Rubik’s Cube toilets on the Geraldton Foreshore. The beach access matting at this location has been made possible by a collaboration between the 91国产自拍, Access to Leisure and Sport (ATLAS) and Champion Bay Surf Life Saving Club (CBSLSC). 

Geraldton Foreshore has accessible beaches

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Beach Wheelchairs 

The City offers two Beach Wheelchairs that are currently stored in town. These are a community resource and bookings can be made by using the below link or in person on the day (if available). 

To access the Beach Wheelchairs, please choose from our two locations in town.  

  • 'Changing Places' public toilets located in the Youth Precinct near Stow Gardens (Master Locksmiths Access Key are at: Sail Inn snack Bar, Geraldton Multipurpose Centre GMC and at the Two Foreshore Café).
  • Champion Bay Surf Life Saving Club (CBSLSC) at Champion Bay Beach (Access to Wheelchair Saturday and Sunday 7 am –12pm or Call Peter Nelson on 0407 471 828). 

 Head for the water and enjoy a day out at the beach by loaning the City’s beach wheelchairs. To loan a beach wheelchair, view the City’s Beach Access Wheelchair - Loan Agreement

One of the beach wheelchairs available to loan

For more information access matting or beach wheelchairs, please contact our Community Development team on (08) 9956 6600.

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