Access & Inclusion Plan 2021-25

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We're reviewing our Access and Inclusion Plan, a strategic approach to improve access and inclusion for people over the next four years.


The City of Fremantle is committed to making continual improvements to ensure that buildings, facilities, services, events, information and employment opportunities are available to all community members.

Barriers to access can affect how included and welcome we feel, and whether we’re able to connect with and participate in community life. As an example, you might experience barriers to access and inclusion if you:

  • have a disability or care for someone who does
  • have young children or use a pram
  • come from a non-English speaking background
  • are aged, or use mobility aids
  • have a temporary injury
  • or a range of other circumstances.

Good access benefits everyone in the community.


Find out more

To find out more about access and inclusion in the City of Fremantle you can visit our website by clicking here or visiting fremantle.wa.gov.au/access-inclusion


Get involved

This project was temporarily on hold due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, but development of the draft plan has now recommenced. We're using the findings from the engagement to guide the development of actions across the organisation. You can find the engagement report in the document library, or download a copy by clicking here.

We expect a draft plan to be available for your feedback early 2021. Check back for updates, or email communityengagement@fremantle.wa.gov.au to be added to the mailing list for this project.



We're reviewing our Access and Inclusion Plan, a strategic approach to improve access and inclusion for people over the next four years.


The City of Fremantle is committed to making continual improvements to ensure that buildings, facilities, services, events, information and employment opportunities are available to all community members.

Barriers to access can affect how included and welcome we feel, and whether we’re able to connect with and participate in community life. As an example, you might experience barriers to access and inclusion if you:

  • have a disability or care for someone who does
  • have young children or use a pram
  • come from a non-English speaking background
  • are aged, or use mobility aids
  • have a temporary injury
  • or a range of other circumstances.

Good access benefits everyone in the community.


Find out more

To find out more about access and inclusion in the City of Fremantle you can visit our website by clicking here or visiting fremantle.wa.gov.au/access-inclusion


Get involved

This project was temporarily on hold due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, but development of the draft plan has now recommenced. We're using the findings from the engagement to guide the development of actions across the organisation. You can find the engagement report in the document library, or download a copy by clicking here.

We expect a draft plan to be available for your feedback early 2021. Check back for updates, or email communityengagement@fremantle.wa.gov.au to be added to the mailing list for this project.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Tell us more about your experience of access & inclusion in the City of Fremantle. 

    Do you need assistance to complete this survey? Drop in to the Fremantle Library, 70 Parry Street Fremantle (Fremantle Oval) between 9.30am to 12.00pm Monday 16 March 2020. You can drop in any time during this period and staff will be available to assist you to submit your thoughts. 

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