Adult Changing Places

Existing toilet block in Anglesea

Surf Coast Shire Council and Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) have partnered to construct and maintain an accessible change room and toilet for people with high physical support needs. The Adult Changing Places (ACP) facility in Anglesea (at the Four Kings car park) will have an adult change table and hoist.

GORCC already has plans to refurbish the existing toilet facilities at Four Kings, and this work will include upgrading the exterior cladding on the existing block to match the final design of the new Changing Place facility.

There are only 70 ACPs throughout Australia and this facility is designed to provide dignified and equal opportunities for people to experience the beauty of the Surf Coast.

Detailed information on the project

Download the architect's document(PDF, 13MB)

Download an image of the layout plans(JPG, 112KB)

The internal design and structure of the new amenity will comply with the Australian Design Standards for Adult Changing Places. To be eligible for Changing Places accreditation - and to meet funding requirements - facilities must be built using the designs approved by Changing Places. These designs offer the right circulation space and best practice principles to offer the most convenient experience for Changing Places users.

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Winchelsea Changing Places

Council is thrilled to have received funding for a second Changing Place, to be located at 28 Hesse Street at the former Winchelsea Shire Hall.

The existing toilet facility will be upgraded to accommodate a Changing Place for people with high physical support needs, a unisex accessible toilet and a unisex standard toilet. Adult Changing Place facilities include:

  • an adult sized change table
  • ceiling hoist
  • adequate space to allow two support people or carers to provide assistance for the person using the facility.

Download the layout and design(PDF, 557KB)

Construction is due to start in June and to be finished by September 2019.

For more information contact Council's Rural Access Officer on (03) 5261 0600 or via email at

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