Accessibility information Carpark Opposite the Stringybark Picnic Area is a series of gravel parking areas. These areas have no designated disabled parking. The surface is a hard gravel road base with stone sizes up to 19 millimetres. The area is level and side protection for wheelchair users can be obtained…
Accessibility Park Subotopic Layout
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With sealed paths, accessible picnic facilities and designated disabled parking and toilets, Jells Park is very suitable for visitors with limited mobility.
The Visitor Centre/restaurant building has a good accessible entry, and an open floor plan.
Jells Park was assessed for accessibility in 2012. For detailed information and photos, refer to the links below.
Accessibility information Parking In this area of the park there are three small parking areas. Each contains a designated disabled parking space 3 metres in width. The surface is level and is asphalt. Picnic Facilities There are two pavilions. One on the hill opposite the playground and one located on…
Accessibility information Parking The Oaks Picnic Area has three designated disabled parking spaces each 4 metres wide. One space is near the entrance to the carpark and there are two more in the centre of the parking area. The surface is asphalt and level. Liberty Swing There is a playground…
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03 Dec 2013
Do you enjoy getting out in nature and discovering all that Victoria’s beautiful parks have to offer? Now you have a chance to help shape their future. Victorians are being invited to participate in the first state-wide online survey that has been developed to find out what people value most…