Accessibility information Carpark The visitors centre is at the top of a hill. There are two designated disabled parking spaces in the small carpark …
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Jells Park - Visitor Centre, Cafe & Conference Area
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The visitors centre is at the top of a hill. There are two designated disabled parking spaces in the small carpark on the southern side of the centre. The bays are 4 metres wide, have an asphalt surface and are level. There are directly opposite the paved pathway to the centre.
There are automatic electronically operated doors at the entrance of the vistors centre. Immediately to the right is a disabled toilet facility. The door swings inwards and can be opened either manually with a large lever handle or electrically via a switch on the wall to the right of the door.
There is ample maneuvering room inside the room and space beside the toilet for a wheelchair. The toilet is fitted with a full side grab bar and a small vertical bar on the rear wall. The seat height is 420 millimetres. It is set approximately 300 millimetres from the rear wall. The flush buttons are located directly behind the toilet and are large push buttons with a very light action.
The hand basin is a vanity type with clearance underneath it. There are no exposed hot water pipes and the tap is operated through a large lever. It is light to turn both on and off. There is a bin within the room.
The cafe had indoor and out door seating.
The entrance is level and all tables have movable chairs. Opposite the cafe is a small courtyard with picnic tables. They are the fixed side seating type with a 300 millimetre overhang at either end.
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