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Universal Access

Ulumbarra Theatre 

Hearing loop

The entire auditorium is equipped with a hearing loop sound system for use by people with hearing aids.

 

Wheelchair access

Ulumbarra Theatre has ramp access on the front right side of the building. There is also wheelchair access seating available in the auditorium, to book these seats contact our Box Office. Please book early to obtain the best available spaces.

 

Accessible parking

There is a disabled car parking zone adjacent to the venue and a drop off point immediately at the front of the venue for all Ulumbarra Theatre patrons. Click here to see our carpark map.

 

The Capital


Hearing loop

A section of the auditorium is equipped with a hearing loop sound system for use by people with hearing aids.

 

Wheelchair access

The Capital has ramp access on the front left side of the building. There is also wheelchair access seating available in the auditorium, to book these seats contact our Box Office. Please book early to obtain the best available spaces.

 

Accessible parking

Car parking is available at the Queen Elizabeth Oval (QEO) car parks. On street parking is also available within short distances of the venue. Click here to see our carpark map.

 

The Engine Room

Hearing loop

There is no hearing loop sound system.

 

Wheelchair access

The Engine Room has a flat entrance with general admission seating. Please speak to a staff member when you arrive to discuss your access and seating needs. 

 

Accessible parking

Car parking is available at the Queen Elizabeth Oval (QEO) car parks. On street parking is also available within short distances of the venue. Click here to see our carpark map.

 

Other spaces - The Town Hall and Dudley House

Wheelchair access

Both The Town Hall and Dudley House have ramps on the side of each building for wheelchair patrons. 

 

Accessible parking

On street parking is available within short distances of the venues. Click here to see our carpark map.

BV&E acknowledges the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung Peoples as the traditional custodians of the lands where our venues stand and where we share stories through art and culture.

We acknowledge and pay respect to their Elders past present and emerging.