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Community Facility Projects - Wanneroo - Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre new adult changing place

Suburb Wanneroo
Ward Central
Key Facts

This project has been funded under the Australian Government’s Local Roads & Community Infrastructure Program – Phase 2.

This program supports local councils to deliver priority local road and community infrastructure projects across Australia, supporting jobs and the resilience of local economies to help communities bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The aim of this project is to design and construct the City’s first certified Changing Place facility (without a shower) next to the Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre, in order to improve the accessibility to the City of Wanneroo facilities and provide a Changing Place within the Wanneroo City Centre area.​ 

A Changing Place is a changeroom/toilet that provides suitable facilities for people who cannot use standard accessible toilets. It is specially equipped for people with high support needs and can include, but is not limited to:

  • height-adjustable adult-sized change table
  • constant-charging ceiling track hoist system
  • centrally-located peninsula toilet
  • circulation spaces as defined in the design specifications
  • an automatic door with a clear opening of 950​mm at a minimum
  • a privacy screen

This project will also look at service connections, realignment of the pathways leading to the Changing Place facility and provision of an ACROD bay along Dundebar Road.

Completed Stages


Current Stage
  • Concept
  • Detailed design
Upcoming Stages
  • Contractor procurement
  • Construction
Expected Date of Completion December 2021

Ph: 9405 5000
Email: enquiries@wanneroo.wa.gov.au

Page last updated: 8 June 2021

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