A TrailRider all-terrain wheelchair is available for park visitors with significant physical disabilities to access walking trails in the park. The chair can be borrowed for free. Bookings can be made in advance. For all bookings and enquiries please contact Katherine Dyson on 5361 4000. The chair requires …
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Zumstein Picnic Area
Zumstein Picnic Area is currently closed due to damage sustained in severe storms in 2011. The closest toilet facilities are at Smiths Mill campground or Wonderland Carpark.
- The track to the base of MacKenzie Falls is relatively inaccessible due to steep sections, but MacKenzie Falls Loop Walk is a wheelchair accessible track beginning at the car park and winding through the bush to a viewing platform overlooking the Falls.
- The picnic area has a kiosk, picnic benches and accessible toilets.
- The track to Boroka Lookout from the car park is sealed, and is 100 metres return.
- The view is highly recommended, and although there is a constant gradient, accessibility is good.
- Access to toilets is via a sealed path with a short steep gradient.
A detailed accessibility assessment was completed in 2012 that covered the following sites:
- Brambuk - the National Park and Cultural Centre
- Ngamadjidj Aboriginal Art Shelter
- Stapylton Campground
- Plantation campground.
For photos and accessibility information about these sites, click on the links below.
An all-terrain wheelchair is available to visitors with physical disabilities to access the walking trails in the park. For booking information click on the link below.
This campground provides 25 sheltered and open sites. There are basic facilities including toilets, fireplaces and picnic tables. Bring your own drinking water as there is none provided. A camping fee and permit applies to all campgrounds. Each permit allows up to six people and one …
This campground provides 30 campsites in a clearing amongst an old pine forest just outside of park. There are basic facilities including toilets, picnic tables and fireplaces. Bring your own drinking water as there is none provided. A camping fee and permit applies to all campgrounds. …
Aboriginal occupation of the Grampians dates back well over 20,000 years and the area contains the majority of surviving Aboriginal rock art sites in south-east Australia, such as this aboriginal art shelter. Today you can discover this rich heritage through Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre (03) 5361 4000 which is managed by …
Accessibility Information Access to the visitors centre is via the curb cut at the pedestrian crossing. The forecourt provides easy access into the centre and wheelchairs are available for guest use. The forecourt of Brambuk The interior displays provide easy access for wheelchair users. The area is open with a …
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20 Apr 2013
Parks Victoria joins Oxfam Australia in expressing our sadness at the passing of a participant in the Trailwalker Melbourne this weekend. We send our sincere condolences to the participants family and to those affected by this sad news. Oxfam Australia has arranged counselling for anyone affected on 1300 360 364.