Ticket counters are located outside the entry gates to the Oval. There is one accessible ticket counter located near each entrance fitted with hearing loops and accessible height counter.
Alert Ticketek to your hearing access requirement when booking.
Hearing assistance is available in the seating areas via infrared neck loop receivers available at the accessible ticket counters. If you wear a hearing aid, hearing loops are available at the following function rooms and bars: William Magarey Room, Cathedral Room, Premiership Suite, One, Committee Room, SMA Boardroom, Gil Langley Room, Leigh Whicker Room, Ian McLachlan Dining Room and the Phil Ridings Bar.
All main entries to the stadium (South, East, North and West) are accessible for wheelchair users, semi-ambulant visitors and those accompanied by assistance dogs. Ramps and lifts are used extensively around and throughout the Oval to provide safe access for wheelchair or mobility impaired visitors. Ramps are located near all stairs and lifts are located near all escalators.
There are 275 places for wheelchair users with flexible seating for personal assistants, companions or guests. Each accessible space (800 X 1300mm) is ground marked. These seats are distributed in various groupings on all public and corporate levels throughout the Oval.
There are 119 Easy Access seats that provide extra space suitable for people with disability those who use mobility aids, people who require extra space and for those accompanied by assistance dogs.
Easy Access seats are available on the East Stand levels 1,3,5 South Stand, levels 1,3,5, the Northern Mound and in corporate areas.
Ensure that your powered wheelchair or scooter is fully charged as there are no charging points within the public seating areas.
Phone 1300 665 915 for bookings and further details.
To book these seats please inform the ticketing agent of your access requirements
Assistance dogs are welcome at Adelaide Oval. There are 119 Easy Access seats throughout the Oval designed to be able to accommodate assistance dogs.
All concessions, bars and food outlets have accessible height counters and clear signage to indicate location and how to use the facilities.
Unisex accessible toilets are located near all male and female toilets. In total, there are 41 of these facilities. They are signed with raised tactile/Braille signs that also tell which way you can transfer onto the pan. RH means that you can transfer to the right and LH means to the left, so there will be a toilet to suit your requirements.
There are also 77 cubicles within male or female toilets that have extra space with the door opening outwards if you use a walking frame or another mobility aid. These toilets, marked with this symbol, also have short grab rails on both sides of the cubicle to assist in getting on and off the toilet.
Male urinals also have these short support rails at each end to support you and your mobility aid.
The Adelaide Oval has three large video screens for close-ups of the action and all public information messages.
ATMs have overhead signs and accessible features.
There are 11 baby change tables in the public areas mounted at accessible heights. All doors into parenting rooms and toilets have good circulation space.
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