Accessibility InformationCormorant picnic area is located at the southern end of the lake. Parking Disabled parking is available adjacent to the entrance. The carpark is …
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Cormorant Picnic Area
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Accessibility InformationCormorant picnic area is located at the southern end of the lake.
Disabled parking is available adjacent to the entrance. The carpark is fine gravel and a path of a similar surface leads to the lake edge.
Picnic shelter and facilities
There is a picnic shelter available but access to it is over a grassed area.
The shelter contains four tables with access space for two wheelchair users per table.
The lake side trail continues past this area and maintains its wide, fine gravel surface.
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