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
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One Tree Hill Picnic Ground
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Wednesday 29 March, 2017 |
One Tree Hill is a small picnic ground at the top of the 1000 steps/Kokoda Track Memorial Walk. Gates close at 5pm.
There are two designated disabled parking spaces next to the park access gate. Both of these spaces are standard width with no loading areas. There is a grass verge beside each that may be used.
There are three accessible picnic tables. They are a square design with one open end. The electric barbecue has a working height of 900 millimetres.
There is a picnic pavilion beyond the barbecue which does not contain any accessible picnic tables.
Down the hill on the left hand side of the barbecue area is an accessible unisex toilet. The room is small but it does have wheelchair space beside the toilet. It is fitted with side and rear grab bars and an accessible hand basin.
The direct path from the parking area contains steps. There is a wider horseshoe path but the surface is rough.
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- Dandenong Ranges National Park - Visitor Guide - South (PDF 3.5 MB)
The southern section of Dandenong Ranges National Park covers Ferntree Gully, One Tree Hill in the west and Sherbrooke area in the east.