Description: Richard Randall Art Studio is a heritage-listed gallery space, located in the Bamboo Grove at The Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mount Coot-tha.

This venue is accessible by public transport, bus stop ‘Mt Coot-tha Road at Botanic Gardens Stop 19’ is located 100 metres away, adjacent to the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium. The studio has shared on-site parking as well as two accessible parking spaces located a short distance from the front entrance.

The studio consists of a gallery space with kitchenette, a small rear deck and accessible toilet. All doors both internal and external are manual doors and are a minimum of 0.8m wide. The interior has polished timber flooring, the rear deck has carpet and the accessible toilet has vinyl flooring. Handrails are provided on both sides of the entry ramp and tactile ground surface indicators are located at the bottom of the ramp.

The entry ramp leads to the front door of the studio, a swipe card is required for access using the black card reader to the right of this door. Through the front door is a small entry corridor that leads into the studio.

The studio can accommodate up to 16 guests. The studio features an art gallery hanging system, overhead track lighting and remote operated overhead blinds for the large sunlight located at the front of the hall. The studio is air-conditioned. The table and chair storage area are along the front of the studio. The tables fold down and have wheels to make them easier to move and store.

The kitchenette is along the rear of the studio, opposite the entry. It includes a fridge, benchtop microwave, sink, boiling and chilled water tap and a wall-mounted instant boiling water unit. The sink is wheelchair accessible.

To the left of the kitchenette is a brown door that opens to a small exterior deck. To the right is a brown door that leads to the unisex accessible toilet with a left-hand transfer. There is a braille sign adjacent to this door.

This concludes the tour of the Richard Randall Art Studio.