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Older people

Find information, resources and services to support older people in our community.


Visit the Multicultural Welcome Hub to find a range of support services, programs and social connections.


Council Link is a council-funded transport service available to:

  • people aged 60 and over
  • people with a disability or mobility impairment (DSP concession card holders)
  • carers and minors accompanying people (carers card or companion card holders).

Council Link services run in designated areas across the region one day per week. Cost is $2 per person for a one-way trip. For more information visit Council Link.

Buses and trains

All trains are fully accessible on the Translink network. If you need assistance please wait at the assisted boarding point and staff will help you board the train. 

New buses are fitted with: 

  • low floor entry 
  • a ramp 
  • allocated space for wheelchairs and mobility scooters

Bus routes on the Sunshine Coast number from 602 to 638.

Visit the Translink website for more information on accessibility and to plan your journey. 

Disability parking permits

Disability parking permits are issued by the Department of Transport and Main Roads

To find out more about where and how you can use your permit visit disability parking permits

Wheelchairs and mobility scooters 

Department of Transport and Main Roads provides information on what to consider when owning a mobility device including a guide for safe travel in Queensland.

Accessible toilets and changing places

Most of the public toilets on the Sunshine Coast are open 24/7. To locate public toilets and changing places visit the National Public Toilet Map

The Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) system allows people with disability access to dedicated public facilities, including facilities in National Parks and many Council municipalities, elevators at railway stations, the new Changing Places facilities throughout Australia, disabled toilets that are locked, and even the Liberty Swing. Visit the Master Locksmith website to find out more and to apply for a key.

Further information

Please email [email protected] or phone  (07) 5441 8401.