Access | Mitchell Conservatorium | Bathurst, Lachlan, Lithgow



Mitchell Conservatorium supports Accessible Arts Australia by promoting a shared vision of a society in which people with disabilities can contribute to and fully experience the arts and cultural life.



Mitchell Conservatorium is committed to ensuring our information and services are provided in a non-discriminatory accessible manner.


Our website has been designed to uphold the four principles that provide the foundation for Web accessibility: perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust. If any information or service provided by the Mitchell Conservatorium is inaccessible to you or you are experiencing problems accessing content for any reason, please contact us on 02 6331 6622 or in writing to PO Box 1387 Bathurst NSW 2795 or by emailing us.

Teaching and Studying
The Mitchell Conservatorium campuses in Bathurst, Lachlan and Lithgow provide teaching for a range of musical instruments. Additional access requirements for a musician teacher or student with a disability can be discussed by speaking with our administration staff.

Concerts and Events

All performances at our campus venues have wheelchair access and if we hire an outside venue for other performances we try to use those with a high level access criteria.

The Mitchell Conservatorium accepts the NSW Companion Card.


The Companion Card allows people with a significant and permanent disability, who require attendant care for the rest of their lives, to participate in community activities and events without discrimination. The card has a photograph of the cardholder and can be presented when you are booking or purchasing a ticket at our events and venues, provided the cardholder requires attendant care support in order to participate at that particular activity. Mitchell Conservatorium will issue the cardholder with a second ticket for their companion at no charge.

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