Links to useful sites for those of us who experience mobility issues.


Report a Problem or Compliment Local-Council provisions

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Snap Send Solve. This app enables you to report problems, offenders or other local council controlled issues or even praise authorities for their actions.                         
This app is available within Australia for your smart phone from App Store or Google Play making it easy to: (examples only)

  • Report law breakers without confronting them

  • Report problems such as disabled parking symbol too faint

  • Car space too wide or short, inappropriate location or more needed

  • A park space hasn’t been allocated where it should be

  • Ramp needs erecting, replacing or repairing

  • Ramp signs need erecting or replacing.

  • An accessible space that is not accessible

  • Positive reports to compliment access-friendly places.

Reports can be made on a variety of issues / subjects under the control of your local councils or State Government departments such as RMS.

Also Telecoms, electricity/gas/water providers, supermarkets, stores such as Kmart, Target, Officeworks. 

Parking space use
Parking in a designated Disabled Parking space without displaying the correct permit is an offence under Law, so you should not be concerned about reporting the offender.
You have rights and if you choose to ignore those rights you then cannot complain when they are taken away or misused. Stand up for your rights!

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Experiencing mobility issues ?

Who said you can't experience 'the wild' or mother nature?

Check out access friendly places within the National Park network


First Peoples Disability Network Australia is the national representative org of and for First Peoples with disability, their families and communities.

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  • People with disability have a higher risk of experiencing violence than people without disability

  • People with disability can also experience more barriers to access support services

  • Being aware of the issues people with disability experience can help to prevent further violence and increase safety