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Olinda - Olinda Falls Picnic Ground

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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 of the newer sectiones of the National Park, Olinda boasts relatively undisturbed native habitat.

Three picnic areas are located in the forest. Valley Picnic Ground to the south, Eagle Nest Picnic Ground to the east, and Olinda Falls Picnic Ground to the west.

Accessibility information

Olinda Falls is a small picnic area with a walking trail to the Olinda Falls. There is one picnic table close to the carpark that is of the accessible square design with one open side.

There is a unisex accessible toilet. The cubicle has wheelchair space beside the toilet and side and rear grab bars.

The short path down to the facility is natural earthen with a slope of approximately 1 in 12.

The path to the falls is step free but has gradients exceeding 1 in 10.

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