Curry Reserve Water Play Space - Wet Play Wheelchairs and Adult Change Facilities

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Camden Council has three wet play wheelchairs available for use at Curry Reserve Water Play Space.

The child and adult size all terrain wheelchairs were designed by a team of specialist paramedics and tested and approved by people with restricted mobility.

The wet play wheelchairs will provide and improve access to the water play area for children and people living with disability.

Hirers will need to follow safety procedures, instructions for use and sign a hire and indemnity form.

Council is excited to be able to provide a variety of Wet Play Wheelchairs, including a small, medium and large chair to meet the needs of the community.

These chairs are available for outdoor use only and are only to be used within the Curry Reserve Water Play Space.

A carer will need to assist in using the wet wheelchair and must be with the user at all times.

Adult change facilities

As part of Council’s overall strategy to encourage and improve accessibility and inclusiveness for people with disability; Council provides temporary and permanent access codes for people with disability to access the Adult Change facility at Curry Reserve Water Play Space.

Curry Reserve Water Play Space offers an accessible Change Facility with adjustable Adult Size Change Table, Hoist, Toilet, Shower and space for two carers to support a person with disability.

The facility can only be accessed by an MLAK Key or an Access Code. MLAK Keys and Permanent access code holders will have 24/7 access to this facility.


How do I get a Temporary Access Code?

For people that do not have a MLAK key and need immediate access to the facility; a temporary access code can be provided by calling Council on 4654 7777.


How do I get a Permanent Access Code?

Application forms are available at John Oxley Visitor Information Centre next to Curry Reserve, at Camden Council’s Administration Building or at one of the Customer Service Centres at Camden and Narellan Libraries. Alternatively you can complete an Access Code online form

Important links:

Wet wheelchair instruction manual

Safety procedures

Interactive booking form

For more information contact Council’s Community Development Team on 4645 5009 or email