Glenelg Shire Mobility Map - a resource for people with disability, their families and Carers

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The Glenelg Shire Mobility Map has been designed to assist people with a disability, their families and carers to locate designated accessible parking bays and accessible toilets throughout the Glenelg Shire.

If you are a permanent resident of the Glenleg Shire and have a disability, you may be eligable for a disabled persons parking permit.

For further information, contact the Glenelg Shire Council

Telephone: 1300 GLENELG (1300 453 635)

Online: www.glenelg.vic.gov.au

Hearing or speech impaired: Call us via the National Relay Service (www.relayservice.com.au) on 13 36 77 then ask for 1300 453 635


Speak and Listen users phone: 1300 555 727 then ask for 1300 453 635

In Person:
Portland - 71 Cliff St
Casterton - 67 Henty St
Heywood - 77 Edgar St



The Glenelg Shire Mobility Map has been designed to assist people with a disability, their families and carers to locate designated accessible parking bays and accessible toilets throughout the Glenelg Shire.

If you are a permanent resident of the Glenleg Shire and have a disability, you may be eligable for a disabled persons parking permit.

For further information, contact the Glenelg Shire Council

Telephone: 1300 GLENELG (1300 453 635)

Online: www.glenelg.vic.gov.au

Hearing or speech impaired: Call us via the National Relay Service (www.relayservice.com.au) on 13 36 77 then ask for 1300 453 635


Speak and Listen users phone: 1300 555 727 then ask for 1300 453 635

In Person:
Portland - 71 Cliff St
Casterton - 67 Henty St
Heywood - 77 Edgar St



Casterton Mobility Map

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In the region’s north lies the township of Casterton, a special place in Australia’s farming history.

26km north of Casterton is Warrock Station, birthplace of Australia’s Kelpie working dog. The first pup of the breed was born at the sheep station in the 1870s. Casterton is now known as “Kelpie Country” in honour of the working dog’s birth.


In the region’s north lies the township of Casterton, a special place in Australia’s farming history.

26km north of Casterton is Warrock Station, birthplace of Australia’s Kelpie working dog. The first pup of the breed was born at the sheep station in the 1870s. Casterton is now known as “Kelpie Country” in honour of the working dog’s birth.


CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded