Braeside Park is a good spot for a family day out. Enjoy a picnic at Federation Picnic Area. There are no facilities here. But there …
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Federation Picnic Area
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Braeside Park is a good spot for a family day out.
Enjoy a picnic at Federation Picnic Area. There are no facilities here. But there is a great big grassy area that's perfect for large gatherings. There's plenty of space for the kids to run around.
The Federation Picnic area is a large open grassy area suitable for picnics and family play.
There are no facilities in this part of the park. The surface is cut grass which can be uneven in places. The picnic area is serviced by four carparks: Swallow, Kestrel, Goshawk and Pelican.
Each of these carparks has two designated disabled bays either side of the entrance to the picnic area.
Swallow has two straight bays with an access area in between that would allow for a side loading van.
The other three have wide angled bays to allow easy access.
Photos of the designated disabled parking at each carpark at Federation Picnic Area can be found by clicking the the relevant link on the left hand side menu.
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