ACCESSIBILITY

At 107, we are committed to providing a safe, accessible venue for all members of the community, because creativity is for everyone.

If you have any questions regarding access, please feel free to email us at enquiries@107.org.au.

Physical access and facilities at 107 Redfern Street

Parking & Entry to the building

One accessible parking space is located on Redfern Street outside the main entrance to the building.

A permanent access ramp is located to the left of the main entrance.

The upper level may be accessed via the stairs located at the front of the building, or via the lift located at the back of the gallery space.

Main access to The Bower Woodworks is via Turner Street at the back of the building, up one flight of 3 stairs. The Bower may also be accessed via the access ramp at the front of the building during opening hours (Tuesday – Sunday, from 11am).

Inside the building

All public areas of 107 are wheelchair accessible.

Accessible bathrooms are located on the ground floor at the rear of the gallery space (right-hand transfer) and the upper floor near the lift (left-hand transfer).

Please note that the bathrooms on the ground floor are built to older standards and may not be accessible for all visitors.

Carers with companion cards

Carers or persons who support a visitor with disability or frailty are admitted free on presentation of a companion card.

Assistance Animals

Assistance animals are welcome in all parts of 107 except food and beverage preparation areas.

Additional access needs

We endeavour to accomodate all access needs. If you have any questions or require special assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us at enquiries@107.org.au.

Physical access and facilities at 3A Joynton Avenue

 

 

We are currently in the process of developing this guide. We apologise for any inconvenience.