Accessibility Information Picnic Facilities There are two picnic areas near the park entrance carpark. One is in the middle of the two parking areas, the
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There are two picnic areas near the park entrance carpark. One is in the middle of the two parking areas, the other is at the far end of the carpark. Neither are accessible for wheelchairs. There are no designated paths to the picnic area. The ground leading to the picnic tables is grassed, uneven and on a significant slope.
There is a unisex designated accessible toilet next to the old information centre.
The entrance is accessible and there is adequate manoeuvring room for a wheelchair within the cubicle. There are grab rails positioned beside and behind the toilet but the side grab rail is positioned close to the sink.
The sink has knee clearance but the soap dispenser is not accessible from a seating position.
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