Melton City Council is committed to delivering events which are inclusive to all people.
Entry to the event
Footpaths are available surrounding Hannah Watts Park and most entry points are accessible from a footpath.
Access throughout the event
Due to the nature of these spaces, footpaths are not available throughout the event site but most of the park is a flat, grassed surface.
Accessible toilets will be available onsite. Locations will be listed on this website closer to the event.
Guide Dogs & Service Animals
Trained guide dogs and assistance animals are welcome at Hannah Watts Park.
Accessible parking is available within the first Hannah Watts Park carpark. Vehicles displaying their Accessible Parking Permit will be allowed entry.
There are no stairs throughout Hannah Watts Park.
Sensory-Friendly Chill Out Zone
There is a lot happening at this event, and sometimes it can all be a little bit too exciting and we may need a minute or two to step away and chill out.
That's where our Sensory-Friendly Chill Out Zone comes in, away from the noise and accessible for all, it’s the perfect place for a little rest amongst all the action.
This space will be supervised by a member of Melton City Council Families & Children team. The location will be listed on this website closer to the event.
Social stories help parents and guardians prepare children, or those requiring special assistance, about the activities to expect at the event.
You can take a look at the Social Story for Carols by Candlelight(PDF, 2MB).