We are committed to making our events as accessible as possible for everyone to enjoy.
To discuss your needs, book tickets or provide feedback and suggestions please contact us:

Phone 08 8943 4200
National Relay Service 1800 555 660 (free from landlines) or

Look for the symbols outlined on this page to indicate the accessibility of each event.

Companion Card holders are entitled to concession-priced tickets and a complimentary ticket for their companion.

Festival Program

The Darwin Festival program is available for download in the following formats:

Large print Word

Large print PDF

You can also download and print the full printed Program Guide and useful pages through the links below:

2019 Darwin Festival Program Guide

Festival Venues Map

Daily Diary



If this symbol is not displayed on the event page, access to the venue may be limited. Please contact us for further information.

Detailed information about our venues, including accessibility information, can be found on our Venues page.


Where this symbol is displayed, the venue has an accessible toilet facility.

Darwin Railway Club and Fannie Bay Gaol do not have accessible toilet facilities. Patrons at Brown’s Mart Theatre and Happy Yess will need to use accessible facilities in Festival Park.


100% visual content. Events with this symbol do not contain any music, sound, or dialogue:

Puzzle 拼圖
Fri 16 – Sun 18 Aug
Various locations

All visual arts exhibitions are accessible to Deaf audiences with the exception of Still Lives – A Beautiful Science and Refugia.

View all visual arts.


Events with this symbol are fully subtitled or have minimal dialogue, some background music and/or sounds:

Perhaps, Perhaps… Quizás
Thu 15 – Sun 18 Aug
Happy Yess


Events with this symbol are partially subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds:

Fri 9 – Sun 11 Aug
Studio Theatre, Darwin Entertainment Centre

The Perception Experiment
Tue 20 – Wed 21 Aug
Brown’s Mart Theatre

New Owner
Thu 22 – Sun 25 Aug
Brown’s Mart Theatre


If this symbol is displayed on an event page, an Auslan interpreted performance is scheduled. Please approach venue staff upon arrival at the venue to ensure you are seated close to the interpreter.

These events are being selected in consultation with Deaf NT and will be listed here once confirmed. Please contact or if you have a request.


If this symbol is displayed on an event page, a Relaxed Performance is scheduled. Relaxed Performances are designed to create a safe and welcoming environment for patrons with learning disabilities and/or sensory and communication impairments. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement, some small changes are made to the lighting and sound effects, and audience members can enter and exit the venue throughout the show.

New Owner
Sun 25 Aug, 1pm
Brown’s Mart Theatre

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