Accessibility

Locations: Goyder and Jubilee Pavilion foyers (north and south), Atrium, Ridley Centre (Market Bazaar), Dog Pavilion and adjacent Stirling Angas Hall (north east corner).

Parents with young children can access these toilets as well as persons with a disability or other special needs. All accessible and special needs toilets contain a fold down baby change table.

Permanently fixed change tables can be found in both the Northern Jubilee and Atrium parenting rooms.

There are parenting rooms in the Atrium and northern Jubilee Pavilion which have baby change facilities and microwaves. All disabled and special needs toilets include a fold down nappy change table.

The Companion Card is accepted (free entry if accompanying a person with a disability, one carer per person).

There is a wide range of catering options available at the Royal Adelaide Show. All outlets are encouraged to offer options for vegetarians and vegans as well as those who require gluten free or dairy free diet. You will find these options scattered around the Showground with notations on their menus, however the vendors listed below offer that little bit more.

Please notify the food vendor about any allergies or dietary requirements before ordering.

Click here to download the 2021 Dietary Requirements Listing

There is parking for people with disabilities in the Adelaide Showground carpark on Rose Terrace. They are available on first come, first serve basis. Parking is $28 per car, per day.

All areas of the venue are accessible by ramps and lifts, and there are wheelchair-friendly toilets, located throughout the venue.  Disabled parking bays are also available.

Those requiring mobility assistance see heading Mobility Scooters and Wheelchair Hire.

Wheelchair viewing platforms have been placed in both the Public Grandstand and Members Grandstand areas, as well as the Vili’s Dog Pavilion.

Toilets for visitors with a disability are situated:
northern entrances to the Goyder and Jubilee Pavilions (male and female) (M3, N3)
inside the southern entrances to Goyder and Jubilee Pavilion (male and female) (L7, O7)
north east side of the Stirling Angas Hall (G6)
in the Members Bar (unisex) (F12)
in the Atrium Plaza adjacent to the Food Court and Showbag Pavilion (male and female) (M8, O8)
near the Leader Street Gate (female)  (E15)
in the Dog Pavilion (male and female) (B3)

Lost children or lost vulnerable adults should be taken to the Police Station (northern side of the Public Grandstand).

Wristbands are available at all Show Kiosks, the Show Police Station, BankSA Farmyard Nursery and the Royal Adelaide Show office. Wristbands for children and vulnerable adults need to have the parent or guardian’s phone number written on the wristband before putting them on. Police suggest that parents/guardians take a picture of their child/vulnerable adult upon entry to the Show so they have a record of what the child/vulnerable adult was wearing.

Wheelchair viewing platforms have been placed in both the Public Grandstand and Members Grandstand areas on the Main Arena, as well as the Vili’s Dog Pavilion.

Mobility Scooter Hire: $100 per day

Bookings: online @ www.showlockers.com.au/

Wheelchair Hire: $50 deposit (returnable) + $4/hour

Stroller Hire: $30 deposit (returnable) + $4/hour

Lions International will again operate this hire service from the rear of the Ringmaster’s building which is between the Members Grandstand and the BankSA Farmyard Nursery.

Wheelchair viewing platforms have been placed in both the Public Grandstand and Members Grandstand areas, as well as the Vili’s Dog Pavilion.

There is also plenty of space for those in wheelchairs to enjoy our world-class entertainment on the Goyder Stage, as well as the Golden North Stage.