Accessibility Information The designated viewing area of the Bay of Martyrs is approximately 10 metres from the designated disabled parking bay. The path is sealed and has a small descending slope of approximately 1:16. The viewing area has adequate space for manoeuvrability and has a safety barrier similar in design…
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A detailed assessment of the accessibility of Bay of Martyrs and Bay of Islands was completed in 2012.
For information about the accessibility of these areas and photos, refer to the links below.
Accessibility Information The path entrance to the two Bay of Islands designated viewing areas is near the parking bay and has a surface of compacted small to medium crushed rock. The path is approximately 2.1 metres wide and has a gradual slope to the first designated viewing area of approximately…
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11 Feb 2014
A role-play re-enactment of the horrific Loch Ard shipwreck was just one of the Shipwreck Tales activities for the Summer by the Sea program run for holiday makers along the Victorian coastline. At Loch Ard Gorge in Port Campbell, one of the two survivors from the 1878 shipwreck, Miss Eva…