The self guided walk departs from the Telford Picnic Area and passes through heathland as well as picturesque ponds. Accessibility Information The Self Guided Trail is best accessed from either the Robin or Magpie carparks. Both have two disabled bays at the half way point of the carpark. The …
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Braeside Park was assessed for accessibility in late 2011.
Braeside Park is accessible from Lower Dandenong Road (Melway 88 D8) and Governor Road (Melway 93 F2). The Governor Road end of the park gives access to the wetlands and bird hide.
Telford, Federation and Redgum picnic areas all have designated disabled parking.
Redgum Picnic Area has an accessible birdhide, roll under picnic tables and partially accessible toilets. The Wetlands Trail is the main attraction at this end of the park, and it has wide and level hard gravel paths.
At Telford Picnic Area there is an accessible visitor centre, a partially accessible unisex toilet and an inclusive playground. A Self Guided Trail departs from this picnic area.
Federation Picnic Area is a large grassy spot that is uneven in places. There are no facilities at this end of the park.
Photos and more information about the accessibility of these areas can be found clicking the links below.
Bring a picnic and use the free electric barbecues or bring your own gas barbecue. Play on the adventure playground. Go on a self-guided trail walk of the heathland. Bring your bike and explore the 7km of trails. This picnic area has carparks, a playground, toilets, shelter and electric …
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