Inclusive SA resources are available to support better services, programs and opportunities that make a difference to the community.
As Inclusive SA continues its implementation across State Government and local council, more resources will become available to realise our vision of a more inclusive and accessible South Australia.
Resources on this site
Inclusive SA is committed to developing guidelines and tools for local government, schools, early childhood learning centres, design professionals and others to assist in creating accessible and inclusive spaces, services and programs.
Inclusive SA has developed a toolkit to assist State authorities develop and report on their DAIPs, and templates for Disability Access and Inclusion Reporting.
State Disability Inclusion Plan
The South Australian Government's first State Disability Inclusion Plan was launched in November 2019 in PDF, plain text and Easy Read formats.
State Disability Inclusion Plan consultation - summary report
As part of developing the State Disability Inclusion Plan, a community consultation took place. The consultation report presents the ideas and discussions that helped shape the priorities of the State plan.
Resources on external websites and apps
Locate a BlueBay (accessible parking space)
The South Australian Government through the Department of Human Services (DHS) has developed a free mobile-friendly database to help people with disability locate accessible parking spaces around South Australia.
You can search for accessible parking spaces by postcode or address, and get descriptions of accessible spaces, including if they are metered.
The National Public Toilet Map
The National Public Toilet Map shows the location of thousands of facilities across Australia, including toilets, adult change and baby care. Information is provided about each toilet, such as location, accessibility details, opening hours and features like sharps disposal and showers.
A new inclusive app is coming
DHS is working to deliver a new inclusive app (Inclusive SA Action 2) that will display existing and future services and facilities that are wheelchair and disability-access friendly around South Australia and it is anticipated that the BlueBays database will evolve within this new app upon its rollout.
We plan to consult with the community as the new app continues its development so keep checking back for updates or contact the DHS Access and Inclusion Team through the Inclusive SA ‘contact us’ page.