Sauerbier House accessibility guide

Front view of Sauerbier House and gardens

Welcome! Welcome!

Sauerbier House aims to be an inclusive, welcoming, and safe environment. Sauerbier House is a heritage-listed building, so there may be some restrictions, however we will do our best to support you.

Please feel free to contact us before you visit so we are best able to support you when you arrive. We are committed to ensuring our gallery spaces, studios, programs, and events are accessible to everyone.

Entry is free.


Getting here Getting here

We are located at 21 Wearing Street, Port Noarlunga, SA.


Sauerbier House disabled parking

Parking Parking

Parking is free, and located along the southern side of the building. There is disability-designated parking close to the building. Disabled parking in located 10m from the access ramp at the eastern side of the building.


Guide and assistance dogs Guide and assistance dogs

Visitors with guide and assistance dogs are welcome.


Sauerbier House accessibility ramp

Accessibility Accessibility

Sauerbier House is accessible by wheelchair and pram.

There is a ramp on the eastern side of the building that provides entrance through double glass doors into the foyer, providing step - free access.

There is an access toilet at the rear of the foyer.

No baby or adult change facilities available.


Sauerbier House - wash house path

Spaces Spaces

Artist in residence studios and galleries are available through the internal hall doorway (75 cm wide). The galleries and studio floors are timber throughout, the foyer area is polished concrete. The washhouse is an external standalone building accessed by a loose pebble pathway on the western side of the house.