White Night Geelong is an accessible event. All program venues are accessible, and roads in and around the event precinct will be closed to traffic, making it easier for people to move around. Find out more about accessibility below.
All White Night program venues are accessible. Look for the Accessible Entrance signs at:
- The Gordon Gallery
- Geelong Library & Heritage Centre
- Geelong Performing Arts Centre
- Geelong Gallery
- Courthouse Youth Arts (enter from Gheringhap Street)
Accessible toilets are available at the following locations:
- Johnstone Park
- Brougham Street (west of Gheringhap Street)
- Foreshore Playground
- Steampacket Gardens
Parking & transport
All buses running to and from the event (including Geelong regional buses, White Night buses and park and ride buses) will be accessible. Find out more about transport to White Night Geelong here. White Night Geelong attendees requiring accessibility information and assistance can visit the PTV website to learn more about Accessible transport.
Accessible parking will be available off Smythe Street. Cars displaying a Disabled Persons Parking Permit can enter from the corner of Western Beach Road and Cavendish Street.
Please note parking is limited and may fill early.