Accessible Viewing Areas
Cooke Park Events
Cooke Park is buzzing with entertainment during the festival. There is a new accessible viewing platform near the Main Stage in Cooke Park.
The Festival is excited to announce that we will have wireless-headphones that enable volume personalisation for fans with hearing impairments and other sensory disorders and sensitivities. There is also vibrating body harnesses where fans can feel the music through their bodies. The headsets and vests will be available for use on the accessible elevated viewing area in Cooke Park for the duration of the Festival’s Cooke Park main stage entertainment from 11am Thursday to 4pm Sunday.
There will be an Auslan interpreter at the following events; 8am Q&A with Charles Stone & Sam Thompson, Services Club 11.30am Saturday – Official Opening, Cooke Park Main Stage 9.30am Elvis Gospel Service, Cooke Park Main Stage.
There is an accessible viewing area at the lower end of the CBD in Clarinda St in front of AA Blatch.
Many venues also have step-free access.