Have you ever gone on a tactile tour at the Botanic Gardens? Fancy an Auslan tour at the Adelaide Central Markets?  What about a relaxed cinema screening, or going to the theatre! From tours and workshops, arts and sport, to concerts and gigs, for families and kids, to spectaculars and spectacles 30 X 30 will have something for everyone!



It’s always fun to do something new, but too often you can’t experience things the same way as other people do because there is limited access! By offering 30 unique activities with South Australian organisations, Access2Arts aims to work with organisations to provide inclusive services and activities across culture, recreation, leisure and sport.

30 X 30 is all about getting Deaf and disabled people ready for inclusion in cultural life, recreation, leisure and sport. It is about getting get culture, recreation, leisure and sport ready for inclusion.



Access2Arts will ask you to register and create an account. This will be where you can book and modify your events and check what’s coming up next. By creating this account and choosing an event, you are booking your ticket. We will send you a confirmation when you have secured your place to each event.

It’s free and accessible. Deaf and disabled people can bring friends, lovers and family to the experience. So make sure to tell us who you want to experience this with!


Curious to try something new?

Well you can.


Create an account and provide us with information about your access requirements.


Choose your event and book your ticket!


We will confirm your place, and you experience something new!


30 X 30 is a project initiative of Access2Arts supported by the NDIS.



Who is Access2Arts?

Access2Arts (A2A) is a disability led arts organisation with a vision to see Deaf and disabled people contribute fully to the richness and diversity of arts and culture as creators and audiences.

What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing individualised support for eligible Australians with permanent and significant disability.

The NDIS understand that everyone’s needs, preferences and aspirations are different. That’s why they provide to eligible people a flexible, whole-of-life approach to the support needed to pursue their goals and aspirations, and participate in daily life.

The participation and inclusion of people with disability in cultural life, recreation, leisure and sport is supported by Article 30 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and a key policy within the Council of Australian Governments’ National Disability Strategy 2012-2020.