Consulting in the Northern Territory

Consulting in Darwin, Alice Springs, Northern Territory & Northern Western Australia

Equal Access has extensive experience consulting in the Northern Territory.

Projects to date include:

Charles Darwin University

  • Access Audit of the entire Casuarina Campus
  • Access Audit of the entire Palmerston Campus
  • Full access consulting – New Hydrocarbon Laboratory
  • Full access consulting – Medical & Pharmacy Precinct
  • Full access consulting – Sports stadium & Sports medicine building
  • Full access consulting – New student accommodation wing
  • Full access consulting – Menzies school of medicine

General Projects:

  • Full access consulting – New Australian Federal Police facility, Darwin
  • Broome WA – Dept of Defence, Norforce Transit Accommodation

Full audits to Accessible Public Transport Standard

The following sites included access audits to the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002:

  • Darwin International Airport
  • Alice Springs Airport

If you require the services of an Accredited Access Consultant in the Northern Territory to work on projects of any size please do not hesitate to contact us.

Services we can provide but not limited to:

  • Review of new and refurbishment building plans and surrounding environs for compliance with disabled access regulations.
  • Carry out access audits of existing buildings and properties to identify potential barriers to access for people with disabilities.
  • Practical, sensible advice on disability access issues.
  • Mobility Maps
  • Design, Documentation & Permit consultation.
  • Design and prepare Mobility Maps
  • Accessibility Courses and Workshops
  • Comprehensive online resource of products to improve access to the built environment.

We specialise in Commercial, Industrial, Educational, Institutional, Public Buildings and Heritage.

Our next visit to Darwin is scheduled for the near future, however we are generally available to attend meetings etc with 7 days notice.

Our Blogs

Why ‘Wave to Open’ and ‘Wave to Lock’ Discriminate against People with Disability

  • May 2, 2024
  • Bruce Bromley

We are now regularly seeing the installation of ‘Wave to Open and Wave to Lock’ buttons used on automated...

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Raised Tactile And Braille Signage

  • November 10, 2023
  • Bruce Bromley

We are often asked to assess signage against the requirements of the Disability Access to Premise...

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Accessibility of Public Transport in Action: Passenger Ferries

  • February 14, 2022
  • Bruce Bromley

For public transport operators, accessibility and ease of use are essential to design considerations across...

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