We value the health and wellbeing of our community and seek to deliver services with genuine care, enabling our community to remain healthy, safe and active. People living with disability should be able to access and participate in all aspects of our society, including using mainstream services and programs.

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP)

Our Draft DAIP Plan has been developed with the aim of improving wellbeing for all but particularly focussing on those living with disability. Consistent with the State Disability Inclusion Plan 2019-2023, our Plan has four themes:

Theme 1: Inclusive communities for all - ensuring opportunity for full inclusion in social, economic, sporting and cultural life.

Theme 2: Leadership and collaboration - promoting ways we can engage, participate and lead in a meaningful way.

Theme 3: Accessible communities - creating places and services that are easy to navigate and socially inclusive.

Theme 4: Learning and employment - ensuring we have the skills we need to meaningfully support people to maximise their potential.

Over the next four years our Plan will guide improvements in access and inclusion.

We welcome your feedback

We encourage you to read our Draft DAIP Plan, complete the survey below, and talk with us at one of our pop-up events. Tell us about your experiences and ideas.

  • Read our Draft DAIP Plan.
  • Complete our Disability Access and Inclusion Survey below.
  • Drop in and talk with us at a pop-up event.

Pop-up events

DateTimePop-up Event Location

Saturday 16 January 2021
9.00am-11.00amHenley Accessible Beach, Henley Beach (near Henley Jetty)
Friday 5 February 2021
Plant 4 Bowden Night Markets, Third Street, Bowden
Tuesday 9 February 2021
Henley Accessible Beach, Henley Beach (near Henley Jetty)
Wednesday 17 February 202111.45am-12.45pmMobile Library-West Lakes Shore Stop, Bartley Terrace, West Lakes Shore (adjacent West Lakes Church)
Friday 19 February 20212.00pm-3.00pmMobile Library-Ridleyton Shopping Centre, 191 South Road, Ridleyton

COVID-19: To keep our community safe, please check this page before each pop-up event in case there has been a need to change or cancel the event because of COVID-19 restrictions.

Our Draft Plan is also available at:

  • Charles Sturt libraries and community centres.
  • Front Counter, Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road, Woodville.

If you prefer to provide feedback in the form of a letter or email, please title your feedback "Disability Access and Inclusion Plan" and:

  • Post your feedback to the Chief Executive Officer, City of Charles Sturt, PO Box 1, Woodville SA 5011
  • Email your feedback to
  • Drop off your feedback to our Front Counter, Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road, Woodville.

To talk to one of our team about the Draft Plan please contact Council on 8408 1111.

We are also looking to form a Community Advisory Group so if you are interested in a more active role please consider this opportunity (see right-hand column for more information).

Community feedback closes on Monday 22 February 2021

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