Access Committee

The Albury Access Committee is seeking volunteers to help advocate for important accessibility issues including pedestrian safety and improved access to buildings.
If you are a person with a disability, care for someone with a disability, work in the disability sector and/or have insight and awareness of accessibility issues we encourage you to apply.
Volunteers are required to participate in monthly meetings, either in person or via telephone link.

The Access Committee meets every second month on a Friday in the Robert Brown Room at the AlburyCity Council office building 553 Kiewa St Albury from 10am until noon.

The meetings scheduled for the rest of 2018 are as follows:

Friday October 12, 10am to midday. Robert Brown Room.

Tuesday November 13, 11am to 1.30pm. Mirambeena Community Centre. This will be a combined meeting with the Wodonga Access Advisory Committee.

Monday December 3, 11am to 2pm. This will be the International Day of People with Disability Event. QE11 Square/The Retro Youth Cafe. All welcome.

For further information contact 02 6023 8111 or email: info@alburycity.nsw.gov.au.

The role of the Access Committee:

  • Advise Council on the barriers that prevent people with disabilities participating in programs, services and facilities across the city.
  • Provide input into decisions relating to alterations to Council buildings and the streetscape, and the development of programs that improve the quality of life of people with a disability.
  • Raise awareness of the positive contributions of people with a disability and the importance of accessibility for all people.