Accessibility and Inclusion

Light Up Windsor is a community event and welcomes everyone. We are always working on ways to improve our Street Fair and the experience for all, including our guests with disabilities and limited mobility.

Light Up Windsor is held through Windsor Mall and George Street. The venue is fully navigable for people with mobility disabilities. The venue consists of footpaths and natural mixed terrain. During peak periods the street fair can be very crowded.

We welcome and encourage all feedback and suggestions from our attendees. For any accessibility related questions please email us at


The accessible amenities are accessible port-a-loo’s.


We have a designated accessible parking area at Kable Street carpark access via Kable Street and Macquarie Street. Kable Street Car Park. 26 The Terrace, Windsor

The accessible parking area will be displayed on the event map.

Chill out Zone

The chill out zone are available for visitors who need some time out space from the crowds.

Hawkesbury Regional Museum - located at 10 Baker Street, Windsor.
Light Up Windsor will be a highly stimulating and exciting night, if you would like to have a rest or need a quiet space to relax during the event please come to the Museum garden, for some time out at the Hawkesbury Regional Museum. It is an outdoor grassed area where you can sit and take a breath before returning to the lively Christmas celebration.

Disability Inclusion Action Plan

Hawkesbury City Council is committed to fostering a community that is inclusive for all people who live, work, and visit our region. This means ensuring all people with disabilities and diverse needs have every opportunity to fully connect, participate and enjoy the community, social and business life of the Hawkesbury region.

As part of this commitment, Council has developed the Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2023-2026. A number of the principals contained within the Plan help guide the Events team to create more accessible and inclusive events.

Disability Inclusion Action Plan