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Gipps Street Ramp

Artist's impression of view platform and all-abilities ramp

Access to the Main Yarra Trail for all

If you have ever lugged your bike or a pram up the Gipps Street steps in Abbotsford relief is on its way.

Parks Victoria is planning an all ability access ramp to replace the Gipps Street steps and give better access for everyone to enjoy the Main Yarra Trail.

Ramp concept design (1mb, PDF)

Have your say

Have your say on our plan to improve cyclist and pedestrian safety and open a new viewing platform for visitors to this stretch of the Yarra River.

Complete the survey.

The survey runs over 4 weeks until Friday 4 August.

The existing 42 concrete steps stop people with prams, those using wheelchairs and all but the fittest of cyclists, who can carry their bikes up the steps, from using this section of the Main Yarra Trail.

Following the four-week public consultation period, Parks Victoria will finalise its plan in response to the community feedback and then continue with the important infrastructure upgrade project.

If you would like more information about this project please email or phone 13 1963.

Artist's Impression of Gipps Street Ramp