External access and entrance
- The site is large with a central car park. The Barracks has seven steps with a handrail to the main entrance. At the top of the stairs there is a ramp up to double entrance door where the payment desk is located.
- The alternative entrance is accessed to the right of the clearly identified Barracks building. There is an unused, sloping bitumen roadway to the rear of the building where a ramp leads to the rear covered verandah and the rear of the entrance area.
- The ramp is 1.2 metres wide with handrails and a gradient of 1:14.
- The entrance is wide with volunteers and staff available to provide directions if required.
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- The payment counter is 90cm high off a wide entrance corridor.
- Most of the galleries are located off the rear verandah up concrete or portable wooden ramps which will be put in place by the staff or volunteers when required. All doors are wide and open at all times.
- Several galleries are in the upper section (floor) of the site and a ramp with handrails and a gradient of 1:14 provides rear access to these galleries.
- There is a lift between the lower floor and upper floor for people with disability. Please request a volunteer to assist in its operation.
- Firm seats with armrests are provided throughout the museum in all galleries. There are long bench seats with armrests along the rear verandah.
- There is a wide path throughout all galleries with displays from sitting height.
- Some displays are in table top cabinets, viewed best from a standing position.
Signage, customer displays and customer information
Directional signage, above the doors into the galleries, are a heritage style with gold fancy print on a wooden surface.
Informative signage is in clear print in good colour contrast, located from sitting to standing height.