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
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Jells Park - Pines Picnic Area
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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.
There are two pavilions. One on the hill opposite the playground and one located on the far side of the playground. Both have concrete level floors and steel picnic tables with fixed side seating and 450 millimeter on overhangs on the table tops.\
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On the exit side of the playground is a toilet block that is accessed by a short hard packed gravel path from the exit road. It has a unisex disabled cubicle located between the male and female entrances. The room is entered through an inward swinging door that pushes open with minimal force. The room is large with space beside the toilet for a wheelchair. The toilet is set 300 millimetres forward of the rear wall. The seat height is 420 millimetres and there are side and rear grab rails. The flush buttons are located on the rear wall 300 millimetres above the rear grab bar and are large recessed push buttons.
There is a bin in the room. The hand basin has free space underneath it and all pipes and enclosed. The tap it is flick lever type with large single handle.
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