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Access All About Women

The Sydney Opera House is committed to inclusivity by removing barriers for audiences, artists and staff. We place consultation with people who are Deaf and disabled at the centre of our plans for our site, venues, stages, public spaces and the performances and experiences we offer. We are committed to ensuring that creatively we provide a platform and safe space for artists with a lived experience of disability, whether it be through development and mentoring, the selection of stories that are told on our stages and digital platforms or the choice of artists that perform.

Event accessibility

In 2024, All About Women selected sessions will be Auslan Interpreted and Closed Captioned. A dedicated ‘quiet space’  at the festival will also provide an environment for anyone who needs to take time out from the day and for those who have sensory sensitivities.

Download our Social Story for helpful tips for your visit.

Free events and workshops

The art activation narcissus by angela tiatia, the chaotic social lounge foyer activations and taking action on gender based violence workshops are all free events at All About Women.

Watch online, wherever you are

A selection of talks will be available to purchase as a livestream on our digital streaming platform Stream during the festival, so you can join the conversation direct from our stages wherever you are. Selected sessions will be streamed with Auslan Interpretation and all will be captioned. Details about the All About Women livestreamed events will be available on 1 February 2024. 

These will also be made available to rent on demand after All About Women 2024.

Venue accessibility

Our goal at the Sydney Opera House is to provide barrier-free access, making the site, building and the experiences they offer accessible to all people. We provide a range of access services, performances and dedicated programs for people with disabilities.

Getting here

Find the best way to get to the Opera House if you're walking, driving or travelling by bike, public transport, taxi or rideshare.

Getting around the precinct

Access maps for the Sydney Opera House precinct and venues.

Accessible journeys

Videos to assist you in visualising the accessible journeys to the Sydney Opera House.

A woman provides an audio-described tour of the Opera House to hearing impaired patrons.


Sydney Opera House services for people who are blind or have low vision.

Women seated on stage doing a presentation.


Sydney Opera House services for people who are deaf or have hearing loss.


Sydney Opera House services for people with physical disabilities.

Find more information on accessibility at the Opera House, including the best ways to travel to the site.

We actively encourage feedback to continue to improve access.
Phone 02 9250 7777 or send us an email.