Contact Cessnock City Council by using the National Relay Service (NRS) and obtain information in your language through the Translating and Interpreting Services (TIS).
Our facilities have a range of measures in place to reduce access barriers for people with disability.
Council has a key role in providing community spaces that encourage and enable people to participate in life. We also have a role in advocating for improved access to services and facilities.
Mobility maps assist people plan accessible routes and safely navigate our precincts.
The Master Locksmith Access Key (MLAK) is a key enabling people with a disability to access dedicated public community facilities throughout Australia.
Read Council's Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2021-2025 which demonstrates our commitment to improving opportunities for people with disability to access services, activities, facilities and information.