Sydney For All

How to use this website

This website has been designed to be flexible for everyone to use including those using adaptive technology.


Accessibility features

Key features that make this website accessible to a range of users are:


Other features

Links to other websites

Destination NSW cannot guarantee that content beyond this website will be accessible.


This site works best with JavaScript enabled in your browser. JavaScript is used for changing the text size and colour contrast throughout the site.

Adobe PDF documents

This website contains documents in PDF format. This allows these documents to be downloaded and printed with their original formatting intact.

To view and print these files you need Adobe Reader.

Get Adobe Reader

Adobe provides online conversion tools for converting PDF documents into plain text or plain HTML documents, so that they can be read by screen readers.


Standards compliance

The design follows guidelines for accessible web design published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The pages on this website aims to meet the criteria for AAA compliance with W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and have been checked by an independent accessibility consultant.


Symbols used in this website

Universal icons will help you decide which attractions provide the appropriate level of access.

Mobility access

Mobility access is available offering a clear path of travel throughout the venue including an accessible toilet

Blindness and low vision access

A clear path of travel throughout the venue for those who are blind or have low vision

Audio description

Audio description is available

Hearing augmentation

Hearing loop or audio induction loop is available

Sign language interpretation

Auslan sign language interpretation is available

Closed captions

Text captions provided for audio content


Telephone Typewriter (TTY) is available


Your Feedback

Please email our web administrator if you experience any problems with this website or have any suggestions about how to make the site more accessible. - Sydney tourism