Access & Inclusion
Draft Reconciliation Action Plan
Council's Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan 2019 - 2020 includes practical actions to support respectful relationships and create meaningful opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Interested in knowing how Council intends on working towards reconciliation? You can review the draft Reconciliation Action Plan between the 7 November to the 9 December 2018 and let us know what you think by having your say in our online survey.
Parking, mobility & getting around
Logan Entertainment Centre has 6 designated disabled parking bays at the front of the building and 3 designated spaces at the back of the building with access for people with a disability to safely enter and exit their vehicle and gain access to the entrance to our venues. These car parks are clearly marked. The centre has ramp access down to the main entry to assist people in a wheelchair or parents with prams. Our foyer and corridors are of sufficient width to fit wheelchairs and prams through with room for turning easily. Logan Entertainment Centre also has lift access to the balcony seating area to allow for easy and safe access between levels and for patrons with a disability to view events in a higher seating area.
Guide, hearing & assistance dogs
We have visual and audible evacuation procedures at the Logan Entertainment Centre. The correct evacuation procedures are in place to ensure the quick and safe evacuation of any patron including patrons with a disability in the case of an emergency.