Accessibility at Yackandandah Visitor Information Centre
We endeavor to be a safe and accessible destination for all visitors. We hope the below information is helpful when planning your visit to our Visitor Information Centre. If you have any questions or special requests regarding accessibility of our venue or around the village, please contact our friendly staff.
The Yackandandah Visitor Information Centre is shared with the Post Office building. The entrance is accessible by a short ramp off High Street. The store is spacious to navigate.
There are two accessible carparks located in the supermarket carpark, with a short 50m concrete footpath all the way to the front door of the Visitor Centre. There is another accessible carpark on High Street, about 100m up on the same side of the road as the Visitor Centre, in front of the old post office.
The closest accessible public toilets are approximately 100m up from the Visitor Information Centre. Grab rails are installed. The door to the rest room is easy to open and the basin, soap dispenser and hand dryer are at an appropriate height.
A brand-new Changing Places facility is currently under construction in Yackandandah at Sir Isaac Isaacs Park, approximately 500m from the Visitor Centre along the main road. The facility is due for completion mid-2023.
Stay tuned for updates.
Guide, service and therapy dogs are welcome in the Yackandandah Visitor Information Centre. Please speak to one of our helpful staff if you would like water for your guide dog.