DBCA adopted its first Disability Services Plan (now called the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP)) in 1995 to address the barriers for people with disability wanting to access the department’s services and facilities. Over the years the agency has achieved some significant accessibility improvements such as the Kalbarri Skywalk in Kalbarri National Park, and the Access for More track, which is a part of the Cape to Cape Track in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.

The DBCA DAIP 2021–2025 replaces the existing DAIPs from each of the four entities – Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, Rottnest Island Authority, Zoological Parks Authority and the former Department of Parks and Wildlife – and will guide the department over the next five years in delivering a whole-of-agency approach to improving access and inclusion.

Please visit the Diversity, access and inclusion page for more information 

The plan is available in alternative formats on request by emailing enquiries@dbca.wa.gov.au

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