The main entrance to ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image) is from Federation Square. Wheelchair access is provided at the main entrance and via the accessibility entrance located at the Flinders Street facade (see map Galleries Level) where a lift can take visitors up to Entry Level.
Wheelchairs are available from the Ticketing & Information Desk if required.
Toilet facilities for people with disabilities are located to the right of the escalators.
Visually impaired warning markers are located on the floor before each step to provide a clear signal of a change of level.
The central lifts provide disabled access to the Cinemas Level. Cinema 1 has an internal lift which takes visitors to the back row of the auditorium where two reserved wheelchair spaces are available. Cinema 2 has four wheelchair spaces available at the rear.
Assistive listening devices are available for use in the ACMI cinemas. The devices use your standard headphones or can connect with your hearing aid via a neck loop. Present your identification at the Tickets & Information Desk on the Entry Level to borrow a device, free of charge.
The lifts to the left of the escalators and opposite the Australian Mediatheque provide disabled access to the Galleries Level.
Toilet facilities for people with disabilities are located under the escalators, accessible via the Pyramid space.
Gallery 1 is accessed via a lift located near the stairwell.
Melbourne Mobility Centre
The Melbourne Mobility Centre is located on Level 1 of the Federation Square Car Park. Opening hours are Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm (closed on public holidays).
The centre provides mobility assistance, information and equipment hire for people with mobile or sensory disabilities. For more information call (03) 9650 6499 or visit http://www.melbournemobilitycentre.com.au/
Parking for people with disabilities
There are two car spaces on each level of the Federation Square car park. Parking discounts can be obtained by visiting the mobility centre.
Street parking for people with appropriate permits are located at the corner of Degraves Street and Flinders Street, on Flinders Lane between Elizabeth Street and Exhibition Street and outside the Arts Centre.