Access and Inclusion

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In Moorabool, 1 in 5 people live with a disability. That is 1300 people living in our community. Not all disabilities are visible, and not all are permanent. Council is committed to providing an accessible and inclusive community where people of all ages and abilities are not isolated or excluded from being able to reach their full potential. Council aims to respond and provide for infrastructure, services and facilities for people with disabilities or mobility issues in a co-ordinated and planned way. 

Moorabool Council has an Age Well, Live Well and Access and Inclusion Plan which identifies the committment to ensuring an environment that is accessible and inclusive. 

Disability Access and Inclusion Awards- nominate now


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new way of providing support to people under the age of 65 with a permanent and significant disability to live an ordinary life. Further information can be found on the NDIS website.


The Marveloo will available for hire from December 2018.

Rural Access

The aim of Rural Access is to build the capacity of local communities across rural Victoria so that they are more welcoming and inclusive of people with disabilities. Rural Access is a partnership initiative between the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and Local Government. 


Recharge Scheme

The Recharge Scheme allows people who use scooters or electric wheelchairs to get out and about in their local community without the fear of being stranded by a flat battery.

Last Updated:

Wednesday, 29 August, 2018 - 22:05