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 …
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Sherbrooke - Sherbrooke Picnic Ground
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Change of conditions
- A large Mountain Ash tree has fallen across the bridge at Sherbrooke Falls. The bridge has been destroyed and the track blocked. The Falls will remain closed until further notice.
at Sherbrooke - Sherbrooke Picnic Ground
Friday 4 January, 2013 |
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 some of the plants and animals of Sherbrooke.
Sherbrooke Falls Walk
2.4km, 1 hour return. Grade: Easy to Moderate
Tracks leading from Sherbrooke and O’Donohue Picnic Ground provide the easiest walk to the falls through the attractive landscape of tall Mountain Ash and tree ferns. The falls are most inspiring after rain when the swollen Sherbrooke Creek rushes over the rocks.
Sherbrooke Picnic Ground is in a bush setting.
There are no designated disabled parking bays in the Sherbrooke carpark, however all parking is a steep angle parking giving side access to all cars. The carpark is an asphalt surface.
There is an accessible unisex toilet located to the far left of the picnic ground. The room has maneuvering room and wheelchair space beside the toilet. Grab bars are provided on both sides and rear of the toilet. An accessible hand basin is provided. The large door opens out and is fitted with a full width grab rail to aid in closing it.
The picnic area contains accessible picnic tables. They are square with one open side to allow wheelchair users to roll-under the table.
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