Resources and Tools

Hard copy advocacy kit

Hard copy campaign advocate kits are available upon request. Advocacy kits include:

– Printed versions of the Information & Technical Standard 2017 (8MB, PDF)

– Changing Places DL sized flyers suitable as handouts at exhibitions, fairs etc.

– Changing Places posters

Request your Changing Places Advocacy kit from



Changing Places template presentation for advocates

Download and adapt this presentation to explain the Changing Places concept and need

Changing Places presentation for advocates

Other presentations

Changing Places – Design and Accreditation

Created by Francesca Davenport, HSPC Disability Access consultancy

Changing Places Presentation_Francesca Davenport [HSPC-DAC-20140911]



These sample letters have been provided by Changing Place advocates. If you would like to share your letters as examples to help other advocates, please send them to Please use these letters as guidelines only – the most effective letters are those written in a style and manner which you are most comfortable with.

Sample letter to shopping centre developer

Letter to Mayor Clover Moore City of Sydney

Template introduction letter



Download a copy of the Changing Places campaign video which explains in a nutshell why Changing Places are so badly needed. You can use this for presentations and screenings. You can also approach gyms, independent theatres, shops and other outlets with public screens to ask them to broadcast this as a community service announcement for you. Short and long versions are available for download depending on your requirement. Click the Vimeo link below to download or email for further enquiries or assistance.


Factsheets and other useful information

FACTSHEET ON ACCESSIBLE TOURISM IN AUSTRALIA – handy to explain the economic argument for Changing Places

New Changing Place announcement template release – Adaptable template media release to help announce new Changing Place facilities. Please send final adaptation to for approval PRIOR to distribution.


Local councils

The Changing Places project has received a lot of support from local councils who in many cases have been very willing to install a Changing Place facility once they were made aware of the need. In many instances, contacting your local council and requesting a meeting with the local access officer or equivalent may be your first step to running a successful campaign for a Changing Place facility in your community.

You can find the details of your local council below.