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Naked In The Sky, Fitzroy, Melbourne
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Wheelchair accessible bars in Melbourne

Which venues tick the boxes for guests with wheels?

Written by
Kaitlyn Plyley
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Melbourne’s bar scene is legendary, but wheelchair accessibility isn’t always top of the list of design features for venues situated in cobbled lanes, down narrow or nonexistent footpaths, inside tiny holes-in-the-wall, and hidden up flights of stairs. But when you're after a drink in this city of great booze, these venues are easy to access.

Wheelchair accessible bars in Melbourne

The Village Belle Hotel
  • Bars
  • St Kilda

A heritage two-storey pub that is completely step-free throughout with lift access? The Belle has done it. Roll on from lunch through to cocktail hour.

  • Bars
  • Melbourne
  • price 2 of 4

With disability parking right at the door and kerb ramps galore, it’s a breeze to roll up Embla’s step-free entrance and relax in this quintessentially Melbourne wine bar.

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Chato
  • Restaurants
  • Thornbury
  • price 1 of 4

Enter step-free from the grungy end of High Street, where Chato offers a low-lit sanctuary with concrete floors as polished as their bar service.

The Corner Hotel
  • Bars
  • Pubs
  • Richmond

Access the Corner Hotel via their exclusive wheelchair entrance, and take the lift to the rooftop bar to enjoy classic Australian pub vibes that are wheelchair-friendly.

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Naked in the Sky
  • Bars
  • Fitzroy

Ask the staff at street-level Naked for Satan for lift access, and ascend to sparkling rooftop views of the cityscape.

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