External access and entrance
- The approach to the sailing club entrance is via a ramp 1.5 metres wide that narrows to 1.1 metres wide.
- It is about 6 metres long and has an average gradient of 1:19.
- Alternatively there are three steps with handrails on both sides leading to the entrance. Steps have colour contrasting edges with faded white paint.
- There are double doors 81 cm wide when one door is open which is heavy to open and fast to close. Door has a D handle and is usually held open during business hours.
- There is a small lip at doorway.
- Spacious entrance foyer with a tiled floor which leads through a second set of double doors.
- One door is usually held open during business hours creating a gap of 82 cm. It has a D handle and is heavy to open and fast to close.
Bar and Counter
- There spacious dining area has a carpeted floor.
- The moveable tables are round. They are 73 cm high with 71 cm knee clearance.
- Plastic dining chairs do not have armrests.
- The ordering counter and bar is 1 metre high.
- The kitchen counter is over a tiled floor adjacent to the dining area and is 86cm high. There is ample space to approach the counter.
Signage, customer displays and customer information
- Signage throughout the sailing club has clear print in good colour contrast.
Boat Shed area
- The concrete path near the Boat Shed has a left to right camber with an average gradient of 1:19.
- There is a wooden picnic table located at the Boat Shed where people wait during the Sail into Life program. It has fixed bench seats on either side and space at either end for wheelchairs. It is 79 cm high with 76 cm knee clearance, and is set over a concrete pad.
Jetty and Boat Shed Area
- The jetty and Boat Shed are accessed via a concrete path that is approximately 40 metres from the sailing club.
- The path has some uneven sections due to sand and grass. It is 1.8 metres wide and narrows to 1.3 metres in some sections and is generally level.
- A concrete ramp leads from the Boat Shed down to the jetty with an average gradient of 1:10. It does not have handrails.
- The jetty has a wooden decking surface with gaps approximately 1.5 cm wide. It has a gentle slope at the start of the jetty. It has handrails on both sides of the wooden decking section.
- The jetty is approximately 30 metres long and 1.5 metres wide and narrows to one metre wide.
- The end section of the jetty has a porous concrete surface with some uneven sections. This section has a handrail on one side and cannot be accessed by wheelchairs.
- There is an adjacent pontoon that has a U shape and is 1.2 metres wide. It is accessed by a ladder or a hoist.
- The Rotary Sail into Life Program sails from the jetty and adjacent pontoon. The hoist is in operation during the Sail into Life Program and is operated by attendants.
- People participating in the program who have mobility difficulties are assisted into the sailing boats from the pontoon.
Equipment for people with disabilities
- There are two Beach Trekker wheelchairs and specialised sailing boats stored in the Boat Shed for the Rotary Sail into Life program.
- The Beach Trekker wheelchairs can be booked at no charge through Enable South West. They are usually used for Koombana Bay and Jetty Baths but requests for other locations may be considered by Enable Southwest.
- They are specially adapted to be able to travel over sand and through water with an assistant or carer present. They have mesh backing which is designed to be taken into beach environment.
- The Rotary Sail into Life program is also booked through Enable Southwest.