How does it work?

Join the network

Add your location to the Maps Network so your venues and amenities can be displayed on other Access Maps. 

Add more to your map

Add external venues and amenities from the network to provide greater value to your Access Map.

Increase your impact

Start to reach map users from other organisations that share your commitment to accessibility and inclusion.

Leveraging the network

When you add your locations to our network, it opens opportunities for display and promotion by other like-minded groups. This means that organisations in our Map Network can individually upload and manage their data, while still having a centralised platform to showcase all their shared information. By joining forces, we create a powerful network where visibility and accessibility are amplified, benefitting both organisations and users that seek this information.


Graphic of a young woman against a backdrop of a city map. On the map are yellow location markers, displaying a range of venues and amenities that include accessible parking spaces, information centres, transportation hubs, libraries and recreation centres.

Diversifying your map

Access to our Maps Network means you can diversify your map without needing to manage external data. A university, for example, can display an Access Map of its campus for current and prospective students while incorporating external facilities and amenities. This provides users with onsite information (e.g. the location and accessibility of lecture halls, recreation centres and restrooms) as well as offsite information (e.g. local park, accessible parking spaces near campus and transportation hubs).

Graphic of three people as they leave a university campus. The person in the middle wears a blue skirt and uses a mobility cane. The people on either side of her walk without mobility aids and appear engaged in conversation.

Private or public?

Some Access Maps will provide greatest value to a closed group of clients, e.g. residential aged care organisations or disability support providers. Knowing this, we give you the choice to create private and public Access Maps that cater to different clientele: existing and prospective.

Using this model, a public Access Map can help retirement village residents explore and navigate their new communities. In another case, a private Access Map can help a young person with complex disabilities transition to a supported living facility.

Graphic of an older couple, who appear to be aged in their 80s. The person on the right wears pink glasses and a purple jacket. The person on the left wears a charcoal sweater, matching glasses and uses a mobility cane.

Get in touch with the team

Access Maps display public venues, amenities, organisations and events that meet a range of access needs and interests. Each map comes with a set of accessibility reports, custom branding and a quick-launch app to share events and updates with your community easily.

To find out more about Access Maps get in touch with the team at [email protected] 

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