For those of you who don’t know Camberwell… it is known for it’s grand, historic residences and tranquil, leafy streets. It is commonly regarded as one of Melbourne’s most prestigious and exclusive suburbs. It is a must-see place to visit for tourists and is very popular amongst locals, well known for it’s Camberwell Sunday Market. It is the perfect place to enjoy a Sunday morning, strolling amongst the market stalls, or a late brunch on a lazy weekend with loved ones!!
Whilst, Camberwell is not 100% accessible for wheelchair users… and for those of you with accessibility needs, we hope this changes… below I will cover 10 restaurants and/or cafes and their accessibility status, with a focus of those most accessible in the community for you to enjoy! 🍔 🍟🍕🧁🍳🍜
Please note, whilst we aim to provide 100% accuracy, we still recommend calling the venue before you arrive and make sure to book in advance!
Reviews come from Google Reviews.
1. Our Little Secret
They are fully wheelchair accessible. They have no steps out the front and enough spaces between the tables. They have a ramp that goes out to the back courtyard where the bathroom is and they have all day parking out the front. Please note: there are not disability designated parking spots in this area.
2. George's Camberwell
Open floor plan, plenty of space amongst the tables to get around and an accessible bathroom. They have parking is out the front but it’s on the side of the road so not always available and no designated disability spots, however there is an under cover and outdoor parking area out the back with designated disability spots. It’s just a little bit further away.
3. Choclatte Camberwell
There is a ramp up and enough space inside the venue for all types of wheelchairs. There is an accessible bathroom but it has no handrails. There is disabled parking in a parking lot next to the cafe.
4. MOB Camberwell
They are wheelchair accessible. If you make a booking they can make even more room. There are no steps, all flat and they have an accessible bathroom. There is disability parking right out the front.
5. Dish & Spoon Cafe
They are accessible for manual wheelchairs and electric wheelchairs with large tyres. They have a ramp out the front but there is a small 2cm bump. Electric wheelchairs with large tyres can get over the bump as well as manual wheelchairs. They have an accessible bathroom with hand rails. Parking is out the front but they have no designated disability parking spots.
6. Santuccis Camberwell
No steps out the front and they can make the front accessible. There is disability parking on Myrniong street. No accessible bathroom.
7. Palace Hotel
Wheelchair accessible, ramp out the front through the bar main entrance, not the pokies entrance. Can bring a ramp out to bring you to the Bistro, as there is 1 step or they can bring a table up to the TAC area where there is no steps. Disabled toilet in the gaming area, needs to be over 18. Disability parking in the customer car parking.
8. Italy 1 Camberwell
They are wheelchair accessible accept for the bathroom. There is a small bump (.5cm) at the front but they have had people in electric wheelchairs get over the bump. There is a massive car park out the back and a big ramp leading from the carpark to the entrance.
9. Collective Espresso
They do have a 10cm step at the front entrance but they have informed me that wheelchair users (manual and electric) have been able to get over that step. They do not have an accessible bathroom. They have on-street disability parking near the front of the cafe.
10. Prohibition Food and Wine
Does have a ramp out the front and can give you a table that is closer to the door. There is no accessible bathroom and the parking out the front is on a main road, and only for 1 hour. With a disability sticker this will be 2 hours and there is designated disabled parking in the back behind the arcade.
If you don't own a vehicle, why not hire one of our wheelchair accessible vehicles for the day... and be chauffeured around Camberwell! 😍
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