Town of Victoria Park

Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church, East Victoria Park

  • A Catholic Church located next to Ursula Frayne Primary School with space at the front of the church to accommodate a wheelchairs and mobility devices
  • There is one accessible parking bay on the road next to the church
  • There is informal parking at the front of the church for people with disabilities
  • There is a female toilet up one step with a grab rail
  • The nearest accessible toilet is Read Park
Church Church entrance
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Location (View Map)
43 Camberwell Street, East Victoria Park, WA 6101 Australia
Opening Hours
  • Weekend Mass times: Saturday 6.00pm,Sundays: 7.30am and 9.30am
  • Weekday Mass times: Monday 7.30am, Tuesday to Saturday 9.00am
  • 08 9361 1167

Closest accessible parking

  • There is an accessible parking bay located on Camberwell Street next to the church.
  • The bay on level bitumen and clearly identified.
  •  The bay is 2.5 metres wide and 6.2 metres long.
  • Vehicle access from: Camberwell Sreet
  • Pedestrian access: There is a raised paved path for pedestrians at the back of the bay which links to the footpath.
Car bay Raised pedestrain path
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There is informal parking on level cement at the front of the church which people with a disability are welcome to use. 
Parking at the front of the church
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External access and entrance
  • There is a gentle slope up to a maximum gradient of 1:19 leading up to the front door.
  • Double doors with D handles are 123cm wide when one door is open. The doors are propped open during service times.  
Front door
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Internal area
  • There is a spacious entrance with a low pile carpeted floor with sufficient space for users of wheelchairs and walking aids to reach all areas of church with designated wheelchair seating at the front of the church.
  • The flooring is a mixture of polished cement and carpet in the aisles. 
  • Seating is on wooden pews with armrests and padded kneelers that can fold up.
  • The sanctuary with the baptismal font is located up three marble steps with colour contrasting step edges. The lectern is a fixed height. There is a screen at the back of the sanctuary which displays the information to assist participation in the service. At the back of the church there is the St Vincent area for votive candles which is spacious.
  • There is a bookshop located through a swing door which is 90cm wide with a D handle. The books are on a trestle table.       
Designated space Steps up to sanctuary and baptismal font Lectern and  screen for service cues St Vincents area Door to bookshop
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Signage, customer displays and customer information
The noticeboard near the entrance is at standing height and most of the information has large clear print in good colour contrast.
Accessible toilet
Accessible Toilet, Hubert Street, East Victoria Park


  • Through double swing doors with low, large D handles, 82cm wide when one door is open.
  • There is a swing door 85cm wide with a knob handle which opens directly from the church.
  • There are plastic trestle tables 74cm high with a knee clearance of 69cm and plastic chairs 44cm high without armrests.
  • The servery is 90cm high.
  • Double swing door to the outside paved courtyard is 81cm wide when one door is open with a finger pull handle.   
Door from church Doors from foyer Hall Door to courtyard
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Information collected by: Town of Victoria Park

Care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this information however no guarantee is given that the facility is fully accessible. Please advise the You're Welcome WA coordinator at the Disability Services Commission of any access changes since publication.