Changing Places Toilets in Adelaide | Accessible Toilets in South Australia

Changing Places Toilets in Adelaide – Find a Location in South Australia

Changing Places provide suitable facilities for people who cannot use standard accessible toilets to meet the needs of people with complex disabilities and their carers. It gives people with disabilities a greater choice of options for outings so they aren’t excluded.

A Changing Places facility allows people with high support needs to fully participate in the community. This may include people with an acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida, and motor neurone disease, as well as many other people with a disability.

“It is a basic human right to be able to access a clean, safe and private place to go to the toilet.”

Changing Places toilets provide:

  • a height-adjustable adult-sized change table
  • a constant-charging ceiling track hoist system
  • a centrally-located peninsula toilet
  • circulation spaces as defined in the design specifications
  • an automatic door with a clear opening of 950 mm at a minimum (1100 mm for beach and lake locations)
  • a privacy screen

Some toilets also include an MLAK system and/or shower. 

What is MLAK?

The Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) system is a Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia (MLAA) initiative that allows people with disability access to dedicated public facilities. Many Changing Places facilities require a Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) in order to use the facility, and to keep the facility in clean and good working order for people who need to use the facilities.

An MLAK can be ordered from the Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia Ltd and in some locations can be borrowed. 

South Australian Locations:

Adelaide Airport
James Schofield Drive, Adelaide Airport
4am – 11pm
MLAK Key and shower

Barossa Aquatic and Fitness Centre – The Rex
75 Magnolia Road, Tanunda
24/7 with MLAK
MLAK key and shower

Barossa Village Community Hydrotherapy Pool
5 Atze Parade, Nuriootpa
6am – 9am Monday – Friday
Shower, no MLAK key

Campbelltown Memorial Oval
Lot 1, Darley Road, Paradise
9am – 5pm Monday – Friday
Shower, no MLAK key

Fremont Park Changing Places Facility
Yorktown Road & Main North Road, Elizabeth East
24/7 with MLAK
MLAK key and shower

Gawler Changing Places (Martin’s Place)
1 Whitelaw Terrace, Gawler
24/7 with MLAK
MLAK key, no shower

Glenelg Changing Places Facility
4 Nile Street, Glenelg (Coles carpark/Bouchee Walk)
24/7 with MLAK
MLAK key and shower

Modbury Hospital
Smart Road, Modbury (Reception foyer at entrance)
24/7
No MLAK key, no shower

Mount Gambier City Centre
18 James Street, Mount Gambier (near pedestrian crossing)
24/7 with own MLAK
MLAK key, no shower

Parks Library
46-48 Trafford Street, Angle Park
Open during library hours
MLAK key, no shower

Quentin Kenihan Inclusive Playspace
Rymill Park Toilet, Adelaide (northeastern corner of fenced playground)
24/7 with MLAK
MLAK key, no shower

Salisbury Community Hub
34 Church Street, Salisbury (ground floor)
Monday – Wednesday & Friday 8:30am – 5:30pm | Thursday 8:30am – 7pm | Saturday 9:30am – 3:30pm | Sunday 11am – 2pm
No MLAK key, no shower

Soldiers Memorial Reserve
758 – 760 Esplanade, Victor Harbor
24/7 with own MLAK
MLAK key, shower

The Lights Community and Sports Centre
244 – 270 East Parkway, Northfield
Open during centre operating hours
Shower, no MLAK key

U City
Level 1, 43 Franklin Street, Adelaide
MLAK required (can be borrowed from concierge on ground floor) – after hours call 0438 982 173
MLAK key, shower

Whyalla Foreshore Changing Places
Whyalla Beach, Cudmore Terrace, Whyalla (on lawn below Surf Lifesaving Club)
24/7 with MLAK key
MLAK key, shower

Womens’ and Children’s Hospital
King William Road, North Adelaide (first floor of Rogerson building, enter via Kermode St or Queen Victoria entrances)
Open 24/7
Shower, no MLAK key

FIND CHANGING PLACES TOILETS AUSTRALIA-WIDE HERE

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the Changing Places Toilets website.

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

Image Source: Changing Places Toilets website & City of Holdfast Bay Facebook 

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