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 …
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Jells Park - Oak Picnic Area
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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.
There is a playground with a wheelchair swing.
Adjacent to the playground is a picnic area. It is a flat grassed area with an electric barbecue that's operated by a recessed push button switch. The barbecue has been specially designed for wheelchair users and has a working height of a low 600 millimetres.
There is a “rollunder” drinking fountain, again specifically designed for wheelchair users. There is a picnic pavilion with a level concrete floor and fixed seating picnic tables. There is one table with an extended table top outside the pavilion.
Next to the carpark there is a toilet block that has one unisex disabled cubicle. The door is a swing door that is fitted with a rotating internal lock. The toilet has a seat height of 420 millimetres and is fitted with side and rear grab bars.
The hand basin has clear space under it, no exposed hot water pipes and a push to operate tap. The push required is light.
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