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Sulphur-crested cockatoo
from Hamid Ashouri
 
Kokoda memorial statue
from Parks Victoria
 
Ferntree Gully Education Centre building
from Parks Victoria
 
Young Rosella
from Jessica Campbell
 
Olinda Falls
from Jessica Campbell
 
Olinda Falls
from Geoff Gill
 
Olinda Falls
from Geoff Gill
 
Zoothera lunulata
from Wayne
 
Path
from Wayne
 
Georges Track
from Wayne
 
Vally picnic ground
from Wayne
 
Ferns
from Wayne
 
Cascade Track
from Wayne
 
Fungus
from Wayne
 
Waterfall
from Wayne
 
Lyrebird
from Wayne
 
Kokoda display
from Parks Victoria
 
Ferntree Gully Education Centre - Ferntree Gu
from Parks Victoria
 

Change of conditions

Add change of condition
  • Tree Fern Walk bridge and track in Sherbrooke Forest will be closed until further notice due to tree damage. at Sherbrooke - Sherbrooke Picnic Ground, Wednesday 29 March, 2017
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Barbeque
Cafes/restaurants
Picnicking
Short walk

Doongalla

  • Doongalla is a steeply sloping area at the foot of Mt Dandenong.
  • There is an unofficial parking area on a dirt road beside the picnic lawn and gardens that can be used by visitors with a disability. From this point the site is more easily accessible.
  • No accessible toilet facilities are provided. The Stables Picnic Ground is only a short distance along the road and has water and recently installed accessible toilets.

Valley Picnic Ground

  • Valley Picnic Ground is nestled in the tall wet forest of the Dandenong Ranges.
  • The site has basic picnic facilities and toilets.
  • The carpark is surrounded by a low fence with gaps providing access.
  • The unisex toilet is designated as an accessible facility but is not always operational and has a poor approach path.

Further accessibility information

A detailed assessment of accessibility was completed in 2012 of

  • Grants Picnic Ground
  • O'Donohue Picnic Ground
  • Sherbrooke Picnic Ground
  • One Tree Hill Picnic Ground
  • Fern Tree Gully
  • Olinda Falls Picnic Ground

For information about the accessibility of these areas and photos, refer to the links below.

  • bird feeding area - birds

    Sherbrooke - Grants Picnic Ground Grants Picnic Ground sits within the Sherbrooke Forest, the largest section of Dandenong Ranges National Park. A number of walking tracks, starting from the picnic grounds, enable you to discover…

  • family picnic

    Sherbrooke - ODonohue Picnic Ground O'Donohue Picnic Ground sits within the Sherbrooke Forest, the largest section of Dandenong Ranges National Park. A number of walking tracks, starting from the picnic grounds, enable you to discover…

  • picnic area - table and bbq

    One Tree Hill Picnic Ground One Tree Hill is a small picnic ground at the top of the 1000 steps/Kokoda Track Memorial Walk. Gates close at 5pm. Accessibility information There are two designated disabled parking…

  • dandenong ranges - walking

    Olinda - Olinda Falls Picnic Ground The Olinda section of Dandenong Ranges National Park, covering 790 hectares between Olinda, Kalorama and the catchment of Silvan Reservoir, once formed part of the Dandenong State Forest Reserve. One…

  • dandenongs ranges

    Ferntree Gully Ferntree Gully covers the south western area of Dandenong Ranges National Park, from Upper Ferntree Gully in the south to The Basin in the north. The oldest area of the…

  • picnic area

    Sherbrooke - Sherbrooke Picnic Ground Sherbrooke Picnic Ground sits within the Sherbrooke Forest, the largest section of Dandenong Ranges National Park. A number of walking tracks, starting from the picnic grounds, enable you to discover…

  • All-terrain wheelchair A TrailRider all-terrain wheelchair is available for park visitors with significant physical disabilities to access various walking trails in the park. The chair can be borrowed for free at Grants…

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