Accessibility and Inclusion

Our centre is designed to suit all members of our diverse community.

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Gunyama Park provides fitness and leisure opportunities for people with disabilities as well as people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Entrance ramp

You can enter Gunyama Park Aquatic & Recreation Centre via ramp at the main entrance.

Access into the pools

All pools have ramp access and a shallow decline.

If required, the lap pool is accessible by pool hoist located near the shallow end of the 50-metre pool.

Toilets - Changing Places Facility

Gunyama Park is a Changing Place accredited facility. This means the changing and toilet facilities are secure and tidy, and designed to meet the needs of people who require space and assistance, and for those where a generic toilet is not suitable.

Facilities include:

  • Specialised accessible toilet
  • Height adjustable adult change table
  • A hoist and tracking system
  • Room to meet the needs of people with profound disabilities and their carers.

The hoist provides a track through to the Hydrotherapy Pool.

You don’t have to be a customer of the centre to use the Changing Places Facility, you’re welcome to get changed and use the bathroom.

Access Key


Access Key is a stepped guide that provides a preview of what to expect when visiting Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre.

Access Key has been curated by healthcare professionals and includes assistance with coloured photographs, supportive text, a visual communication board as well as sensory elements of experiences.

We are a Changing Places accredited facility. This includes accessible bathroom facilities, easy pool access, pool hoists, water wheelchairs, hearing augmentation systems, lift access, and accessible gym equipment.

We support anyone who requires additional assistance or modified aquatic programs. We want everyone to participate regardless of age, disability, chronic condition or cultural background.

Swim Champs

Swim Champs is a program designed for children from one year through to adults with special needs.

Take Charge

Take Charge is a free 60-day program for people who have been referred to the program by a medical or allied health professional. This is an amazing program where participants have free access to the facilities, programs, services, and staff.

We are an approved NDIS provider.

City Access Card

This card provides subsidised entry to the City’s aquatic & fitness centres for City of Sydney residents who are low income earners.

To be eligible for an access card, customers must be:

  • Residents of the City of Sydney's local government a
  • Holders of a valid Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card (NOT seniors card)
  • Considered as suffering financial hardship
  • Asylum seekers or refugees living in the City of Sydney local government area

To apply for a City Access Card, complete the application form (available in the centre) and return it to any City of Sydney Customer Service Centre or One Stop Shop.

Applications for individuals experiencing financial hardship are also available in the centre.

For more info about any of our services, please contact us.