Draft Accessibility Action Plan
TAF2019 attendees are encouraged to contact the Festival with any accessibility enquiries, or for further information on accessibility, as early as possible.
Please note that seating in most ticketed events is strictly limited so you are encouraged to contact us as early as possible.
There are some disability parking spots in the carpark on the main street, opposite the Cygnet Town Hall, and extensive parking available directly behind the Town Hall.
Please let us know if you will be using one. If there is greater demand than what is available we will look into solutions.
The Cygnet Town Hall has a ramp entrance from the main street which provides access to the Hall and an accessible toilet.
Reserved wheelchair spaces will be available in the Murder She Wrote panel sessions.
Attendees wishing to reserve a wheelchair space are asked to contact the Festival as early as possible and advise their requirements at the time of purchasing tickets.
The Terror Australis Festival supports the Companion Card scheme.
If an attendee has an official companion to help with mobility or other needs, both the attendee and companion will receive entry for the price of a single ticket.
Attendees will need to contact the Festival when purchasing tickets to ensure free admission for their Carer. Attendees will also need to show a valid Companion Card when collecting their tickets.
Guide Dogs and other official Assistance Animals
Please talk to us as early as possible if you will be bringing a guide dog or other official assistance animal so we can ensure we have the right facilities in place to make you and your animal comfortable.
Concession prices will be offered to holders of a valid student card, seniors card or health care card.
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