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Mobility maps and transport

If you have a disability or find it a bit harder to get around, our mobility maps can help. We've created maps for each of Glen Eira's nine main shopping strips, including things like accessible parking, toilets, bus and tram stops, and pedestrian crossings.

For more information about our mobility maps, call our Access and Inclusion officer on 9524 3333.

If you want to look at all of our mobility maps in one document, download the Glen Eira mobility map (PDF, 510KB). Otherwise, check out our individual mobility maps below:

Shopping centre mobility maps

Bentleigh shopping centre

Includes the location of Bentleigh train station, 10 accessible parking areas, four accessible toilets, a senior citizens centre and much more.

Download the full mobility map for Bentleigh shopping centre (PDF, 199KB)

Bentleigh East shopping centre

Includes the location of three accessible parking areas, two accessible toilets, several 703 and 822 bus stops and much more.

Download the full mobility map for Bentleigh East shopping centre (PDF, 167KB)

Carnegie shopping centre

Includes the location of 10 accessible parking areas, three accessible toilets, Carnegie Library, a child care centre and much more.

Download the full mobility map for Carnegie shopping centre (PDF, 198KB)

Caulfield East shopping centre

Includes the location of seven accessible parking areas, two accessible toilets, a taxi rank and much more.

Download the full mobility map for Caulfield East shopping centre (PDF, 195KB)

Elsternwick shopping centre

Includes the location of 10 accessible parking areas, three accessible toilets, Elsternwick Library, a taxi rank and much more.

Download the full mobility map for Elsternwick shopping centre (PDF, 190KB)

Glen Huntly shopping centre

Includes the location of one accessible parking area, several 623 and 624 bus stops, a maternal and child health centre and much more.

Download the full mobility map for Glen Huntly shopping centre (PDF, 317KB)

McKinnon shopping centre

Includes the location of two accessible parking areas, three accessible toilets, a maternal and child health centre and much more.

Download the full mobility map for McKinnon shopping centre (PDF, 167KB)

Murrumbeena shopping centre

Includes the location of three accessible parking areas, a child care centre and much more.

Download the full mobility map for Murrumbeena shopping centre (PDF, 177KB)

Ormond shopping centre

Includes the location of six accessible parking areas, two accessible toilets, a senior citizens centre and much more.

Download the full mobility map for Ormond shopping centre (PDF, 185KB)

Transport in Glen Eira

Transport is more accessible than ever for people with disabilities. You have a great range of options for getting around Glen Eira.

Trains

Glen Eira has great train services, with the Frankston and Pakenham lines running through the City. All train stations in Glen Eira are wheelchair-accessible.

Buses

Many of Melbourne’s bus services are wheelchair-accessible. If you give enough notice to your local bus company, they'll try to schedule a low-floor bus for you.

Here are the three main bus companies that operate in Glen Eira:

Trams

Tram routes 3, 5, 16, 64 and 67 run in Glen Eira. Currently, these routes don't use low-floor trams and are not accessible if you use a wheelchair.

For more information about accessible public transport or to plan your journey, visit Public Transport Victoria or call 1800 800 007.

You can use a TTY facility by calling 9619 2727.

Taxis

There are many taxi ranks around Glen Eira. You can find them on our mobility maps.

You can book a wheelchair accessible taxi through:

If you're unable to use public transport because of a severe and permanent disability, the Multi Purpose Taxi Program gives you access to subsidised taxi transport. For more information visit the Multi Purpose Taxi Program website or call 1800 638 802 or 1800 555 677 (TTY).

Disclaimer

Glen Eira City Council has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information at the time of printing and cannot be held liable for changes to assets and services. Assets such as accessible toilets have not been audited for accessibility to AS1428.1 during the development of the mobility maps.

Please note: some toilets included in the mobility map are located in private businesses and access may be limited to the opening hours of that business. Council is not responsible for the maintenance of these facilities or the provision of access to patrons.


 

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