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Bondi Festival is working to make our Festival inclusive for everyone.

Details of inclusive and accessible performances will be available on each of the event pages when the program is announced. This includes: Auslan Interpreted Events, Visual Ratings, Relaxed Performances, Audio Description, Hearing and Sight No Obstacle events.

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For any questions regarding accessibility at Bondi Festival please email
We will get back to you within 72 hours. Please tell us your number if you prefer to be contacted by phone.

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We would love your feedback to help us make our program and services even more inclusive. Please contact us at if you have any queries or suggestions regarding accessibility at Bondi Festival.

Physical Access

Bondi Festival is held within a number of venues. Accessibility varies from venue to venue. When the Festival program is announced, you will find specific information for each venue below.

Auslan Interpreting LIVE EVENT — PLATFORM

Where this symbol is displayed, one or more sessions will be Auslan interpreted. Check the Accessibility section on each event page for dates of Auslan interpreted sessions. Tickets for Auslan-interpreted events can be purchased through the Bondi Festival website.

Relaxed Performances

These performances are open to everyone but have been specifically adjusted to create a safe and welcoming environment for people who benefit from a more relaxed environment – this could include people with autism, sensory sensitivities and/or learning disabilities, as well as those living with anxiety or who have experienced trauma. Tickets for Relaxed Performances can be purchased through the Bondi Festival website.

Language, Hearing and Sight No Obstacle Events

These events indicate that audiences can understand and engage with the event/performance without a comprehensive understanding of the English Language, if D/deaf & Hard of Hearing, or Visually Impaired. Please note, these classifications are subjective.

Companion and Carer Cards

Bondi Festival supports the Companion Card program. For patrons who require assistance of a companion or carer, a second ticket is issued at no cost to the Companion Card holder. These tickets are available directly through the online booking system, and the Companion Card holder must present their card at the Box Office.

Assistance Animals

Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and assistance animals are welcome at all Bondi Festival events and venues.

Social Distancing

Venue capacities are operating under current NSW Public Health orders. Seating is unreserved and audience members will be seated alongside each other. We encourage you to consider your comfort levels before attending.

Transport & Parking

  • Mobility parking bays are located on Queen Elizabeth Drive, near Bondi Pavilion and Ramsgate Ave
  • Bus stops on Campbell Parade are located near all Festival venues
  • 333 buses are accessible and frequently run between the city and Bondi Beach.

Accessible Toilets

Accessible toilets, ambulant toilets and an adult changing facility are located near to Bondi Pavilion, accessible from Queen Elizabeth Drive.

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