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Disability Access and Inclusion

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

Access and Inclusion Feedback

You're Welcome - Access WA

Disability Access in your Business

Beach Wheelchair

Discover your Child's Sporting Abilities

Integrated Football League

Power Chair Football League

Disability Information and Support Organisations

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

The Town of Mosman Park is committed to ensuring that the community is an accessible and inclusive community for people with disabilities, their families, friends and carers.

An accessible and inclusive community is one in which people with a disability can access and are welcomed to participate in all Local Government functions, facilities and services (both in-house and contracted) in the same manner and with the same rights and responsibilities as other members of the community.

The Town's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2016 - 2021 was recently adopted and is available to download in both Word and PDF format and available in other formats on request.

To have Your Say on Access and Inclusion, please click here.

You’re Welcome

The Town of Mosman Park is a proud partner in the Disability Services Commission’s You’re Welcome - Access WA Project.

The Access WA website assists people with disability, their families, friends and carers to find accurate and detailed access information about which businesses, community services and facilities meet their access requirements.

Access WA aims to assist people with disabilities to participate in community life by:

  • providing detailed and accurate information about the accessibility of facilities and services;
  • encouraging businesses and community organisations to make their services and facilities more accessible.
  • developing and maintaining a website to provide easy-to-obtain access information; and
  • providing practical written information and access awareness training to assist business and community groups to make their services more access friendly.

For Mosman Park information click here:  




Disability Access in your Business

Businesses across the Town of Mosman Park can do their bit to assist local people with disabilities and their families.

There are many ways that the business community can welcome people with disabilities both as employees and as customers.

Businesses have the potential to benefit substantially by improving customer service and considering the needs of all of their consumers including people with disabilities in their business planning and development.

The Disability Services Commission is the State Government agency that funds and provides services to Western Australians with disabilities and their families and carers. The Commission’s website, has a section for businesses under its Count Us In heading.

You will find information about:

  • employing people with disabilities;
  • building social capital;
  • customer service for people with disabilities;
  • awards for accessible businesses;
  • complaints and legislation; and
  • useful resources and links for the business community. 

Beach Wheelchair

The Town of Cottesloe and North Cottesloe SLSC have partnered to provide a Hippocampe Beach Wheelchair and beach matting for visitors to Cottesloe Beach. The matting is installed from the bottom of the ramp to the water each summer from November through to March.

If you would like to use the beach wheelchair please contact the surf club office to check its availability - 9284 2626 or The North Cottesloe SLSC is located at 151 Marine Parade, next to the Blue Duck Café.

Discover your Child's Sporting Abilities

Does your child require assistance to ensure a positive introduction to sport and recreation? The Sportslink Program, run from the Presbyterian Ladies’ College may be the answer. Sportslink is an inclusive program that teaches basic sporting skills and confidence to children with disabilities from 7-12 years of age. For more information contact the Presbyterian Ladies’ College on 9424 6530 or see the attached flyer.

Integrated Football League

The WA Amateur Football League's "Integrated Football" Program provides those players with intellectual disabilities the ability to play football in a fun, safe and structured competition. For more information visit the League's Website

Power Chair Football League

Football West and several other organisations have joined forces to develop a Power Chair League. This League enables people in powered wheelchairs to play a modified version of soccer. For further information see their website

Disability Information and Support Organisations

National Relay Service

People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.

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Solar Power at the Administration

The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.

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