Accessibility Information The toilet facilities are to the right of the visitors centre. The large swing door opens outward with light pressure required. The door
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Coolart Public Toilets
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The toilet facilities are to the right of the visitors centre.
The large swing door opens outward with light pressure required. The door handle is horizontal and pushes downwards. It can be operated without finger dexterity. The door has a soft self-closer and the internal lock is a rotating with a wing handle. It can be operated without finger dexterity.
The toilet seat is 420 millimetres high and has side and rear grab rails. The flush is on the back wall and the buttons are set flush with the wall. Some finger dexterity would be required to operate them.
The hand basin has clear space under it with no exposed hot water pipes. Both the hot and cold taps are rotating with levers. They can both be operated without finger dexterity and a light action. There is a soap dispenser with a push-button next to the hand basin.
27 Feb 2014
Improved access to Victoria’s parks for people with a disability is being celebrated during Parks Week from 3-9 March 2014. Parks Victoria Chief Executive Bill Jackson said some innovative strategies were helping people with limited mobility to get out and enjoy Victoria’s parks and connect with nature. “A growing body…